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Nehawu threatens rolling mass-action

May 05 2016 20:02

Parliament’s presiding officers have until mid-May to meet the demands of Nehawu before the union starts mass strike action across the country.


Private sector output falls further

May 05 2016 14:09

Activity in private sector has contracted again in April, albeit at a slower pace than it had in the previous month, as output and new orders fell and companies cut jobs.


KZN toll road construction begins - Sanral

May 04 2016 16:45

South African National Roads Agency CEO Nazir Alli has announced that construction of the Wild Coast toll road, in KwaZulu-Natal, had officially started.


Sanral needs R197bn for roads, says CEO

May 04 2016 18:54

South African National Roads Agency CEO says the backlog of maintenance and road networks was sitting at R197bn, up from R149bn in 2010.


Ratings cuts could lead to capital outflows - Sarb

May 03 2016 18:51

The impact of a possible further ratings downgrades on the economy and financial system could lead to increased capital outflows, warns the SA Reserve Bank.


NeneGate: Bearish economist warns optimistic investors

May 03 2016 21:30

Boasting that South Africa’s economy has rewound to pre-NeneGate is unwise, as economists’ risk narrative of South Africa on December 8 was not exactly peachy.

Travel & Leisure

Tourism in SA recovering rapidly, says Hanekom

May 03 2016 17:35

The tourism sector expects strong growth in 2016 after strict new visa rules reduced the number of arrivals in the previous year, says Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom.


Momoniat: No shareholders have control over Sarb

May 03 2016 15:06

The South African Reserve Bank has full operational autonomy when it sets monetary policy, says Ismail Momoniat, a deputy director general at National Treasury.


SA's super rich increases, rich declines - report

May 01 2016 21:00

The number of so-called ultra-high net worth individuals - or super rich - in South Africa has increased by 18% since 2007, according to a report.


Future of Gauteng tourism could lie in shopping

May 01 2016 15:26

The future of Gauteng's tourism might very well lie in shopping and South Africa must roll out the red carpet for regional tourists, says a tourism expert.

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SA's mines dispute takes a twist

Apr 29 2016 21:30

The National Empowerment Fund wants to take part in a legal dispute over black ownership of mines - a move which could possibly further postpone the case.


Starbucks to pump R130m in South Africa

Apr 29 2016 19:42

Starbucks will invest R130m in South Africa over the next two years as the company starts its expansion in the continent’s most developed economy.

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