Government must distribute state-owned property to the people, says Martin van Staden.
To remain relevant, unions must fight for the rights of those who remain mired in poverty.
We are witnessing the greatest improvement in global living standards - ever, says Ian Mann.
The Federation of Unions of South Africa will join Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's delegation on an overseas trip to sell the country as an investment destination.
Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies says his department has been hard at work for the upcoming launch of a R4bn titanium beneficiation project.
The Competition Tribunal has confirmed that two pipes manufacturers colluded between 2007 and 2012 to divide markets in South Africa.
The stepdaughter of Eskom’s acting CEO, Matshela Koko, has brought in at least R1bn in contracts awarded to her company in the past 11 months.
After being hijacked several times, traumatised employees are having to cope on their own, writes Steve Kretzmann.
Eskom’s acting CEO, Matshela Koko, says he is not responsible for R310.8 million in irregular expenditure that was incurred by the power utility on an unapproved project.
The two largest Brazilian meat companies implicated in the country’s so-called weak flesh scandal both export chicken meat to South Africa.
Various local organisations are pulling together in a bid to stop Eskom from building a nuclear reactor close to a sleepy Eastern Cape town.
Progressive Professionals Forum (PPF) president Mzwanele Manyi may have resigned from his position as head of policy at the Black Business Council (BBC) because of the outcome of a meeting with National Treasury earlier this month.
Major fresh-produce market agents this week lashed out in response to accusations that they were operating a cartel to push out small competitors and fix the commissions they charged South Africa’s farmers.
The labour movement in South Africa is poised for change and political and business leaders better tighten their seat belts, says Zwelinzima Vavi.
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The majority of South Africans must get a sense that they are part of, or beneficiaries of the changes in the economy, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Conflicting information has emerged from Parliament's public hearings on the state of South Africa's poultry industry.
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