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Zuma: Economy remains racial

Mar 03 2015 13:26

President Jacob Zuma has told the presidential black economic empowerment council it must deal with historical issues hindering economic transformation.


Business confidence up despite uncertain outlook

Mar 03 2015 12:38

Business confidence in SA edged up in February although the outlook for the rest of the year still remains uncertain, a survey shows.


National toll road tariffs rise by 6%

Mar 02 2015 21:30

Toll tariffs on national roads will increase by 6.017%, the SA National Roads Agency Limited says.


Vehicles sales up 1.1% yr-on-yr in February

Mar 02 2015 20:07

New vehicle sales have risen 1.1% year-on-year in February to 52 368 units, data from the trade department has showed.


Judgment in Zuma Aurora claims expected

Mar 02 2015 20:45

Judgment will be handed down in the North Gauteng High Court in an urgent application by Khulubuse Zuma to have claims of over R1.5bn against Aurora Empowerment Systems set aside.


What would Nene do if he had real shareholders?

Mar 02 2015 13:31

Entrepreneur Herman Mashaba wonders what shareholders would do to a CEO who dropped his growth target 25% just five months after setting it.


Medupi produces its first power

Mar 02 2015 12:17

The first power has been produced out of Medupi’s unit 6, making it the first of the power station’s six units to be synchronised, according to Eskom.


Eskom hopes to avoid load shedding

Mar 02 2015 11:19

Eskom is hopeful that it will not have to implement load shedding on Monday and possibly not even for the rest of the week, a spokesperson has told Fin24.


No sugar-coated pill

Mar 02 2015 07:32

The cost of uninformed medical consent runs into billions, says Mandi Smallhorne.


Mining bill faces another hurdle

Mar 01 2015 20:00

It will be several more months before the major overhaul of South Africa’s mining law is finalised, making new investment in the sector more or less impossible.

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Zuma stands by his JSE remarks

Mar 01 2015 15:18

President Jacob Zuma has reiterated his assertion pinning black ownership of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange at three percent.


DA: Oliphant adviser must pay back the money

Mar 01 2015 17:56

The DA says Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant must force two former Nedlac executives - one who is now her special adviser - to repay R2m following a graft report.

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