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    Those who now pay the price for opposing a corrupt system shall rise again, says Solly Moeng.

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    Successful people are humble in their aspirations and resilient in failure, says Ian Mann.

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SA’s producer inflation slows to 7.2% y/y

Sep 29 2016 13:01

South Africa's producer inflation slowed to 7.2% year-on-year in August from 7.4% in July, Statistics South Africa has said.


Reality: salaries down -0.4% so far this year

Sep 28 2016 20:03

For the first eight months this year real take-home salaries in South Africa have declined by -0.4%, shows the latest BankservAfrica Disposable Salary Index.


Business satisfaction improves slightly

Sep 28 2016 19:50

Business people's satisfaction with prevailing business conditions has improved slightly in the third quarter of 2016, according to the FNB/BER index.


Prasa owes suppliers R796m - minister

Sep 28 2016 19:18

Cash flow problems at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa have made it difficult for the parastatal to pay service providers on time.


Competition Commission raids shipping companies suspected of collusion

Sep 28 2016 18:07

The Competition Commission has carried out a search and seizure operation at six global shipping companies on suspicion of price fixing and collusion.


Sale of SA oil reserves 'careless' - regulator

Sep 26 2016 20:11

South Africa’s Strategic Fuel Fund has failed to notify the National Treasury of a sale of crude oil reserves and to properly safeguard the assets, the Auditor-General has said.


SA earns R2.2trn from manufacturing

Sep 26 2016 10:55

The country's total income derived from the manufacturing industry has risen by 9.4% from 2011 to 2014, but the sector has also recorded a loss of 246 000 jobs.


Zuma faces court action if he sits on banks bill

Sep 23 2016 11:48

President Jacob Zuma is caught between court action if he doesn’t sign a bill to help fight money-laundering, or flak from a business body if it isn’t constitutionally tested.


South Africa faces severe crisis, warns business body

Sep 23 2016 08:41

Business Leadership South Africa has yet again appealed to the government to deal with concerns about threats to the Treasury and the financial sector.


Sugar tax could cause over 70 000 job losses - report

Sep 23 2016 07:34

The proposed tax on soft drinks may generate only R4.4bn of the R7.5bn that was estimated and could result in up to 70 700 job losses, according to a report.

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Sarb rate decision timeous boost for home owners

Sep 23 2016 06:00

The decision by the SA Reserve Bank to keep the repo rate unchanged sends a positive message to home buyers and the residential property market in general.


Court orders department to pay up in eNaTIS case

Sep 22 2016 18:30

The Department of Transport must urgently pay about R5.3m to technology firm Tasima, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ruled.

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