After the tech euphoria of 2013, the fast-moving sector has hit a speed bump.
Changing the money creation system may be simpler than we think, says Edward Ingram.
Telkom’s cellular play is good news for local industry, says Rob Lith.
Print media readership remained stable in the last six months of 2012, with 47.8% of adults reading a newspaper, according to the All Media and Products Survey.
A website showing the Western Cape's capital infrastructure investment and delivery in municipalities has been launched by Premier Helen Zille.
Provinces have asked Sanral to take over certain roads as they recognised their own limitations and challenges, says Transport Minister Dipuo Peters.
Talks to end the protracted wage strike in the platinum sector have continued behind closed doors, with no indication of how it is proceeding.
The defence force does not deploy itself, Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has said in asking for a bigger budget for the SANDF.
The government remains fully supportive of Icasa's work, because the costs of communicating have to drop, says Communications Minister Yunus Carrim.
Headline consumer inflation rose to 6.0% year-on-year in March, slightly above market expectactions, from 5.9% in February, says Statistics South Africa.
Amcu members have been told to prepare for a central mass meeting this week, as talks to end the platinum sector strike are set to resume.
With stockpiles depleted and most miners in desperate financial straits, a settlement to the crippling platinum sector strike is likely within the next week.
Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has indicated that he does not owe Numsa for its support to have him reinstated, according to a report.
Corruption Watch says it will urge the police to investigate bribery allegations relating to a social welfare grant tender allocated to Cash Paymaster Services.
A Fin24 user wants to know the tax implications of becoming an independent contractor.
Debt hunger has become stronger even as many people face insolvency, says an expert.
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Taxpayers must ensure their Sars affairs are in order.
Advice for a Fin24 user on how to deal with an incompetent debt counsellor.
A user has observed shrinkflation since the1970s and says it's nothing new.
A Fin24 user overcame his unemployment crisis by taking matters into his own hands.
Advice for a user who is battling with clients paying late or withholding payment.
Consumers who are neck deep in debt are set for another windfall, with legislation in place to make it illegal to collect debt that is more than three years old.
Discussions between Amcu and platinum producers to resolve a crippling pay strike are expected to continue, says the Chamber of Mines.
The land reform process is being done according to the law and the Constitution, says President Jacob Zuma.
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