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Food, tobacco take PPI higher

Aug 28 2014 15:31

The producer price index for final manufactured goods climbed by 0.5% from June to July and was led by food products, beverages and tobacco products, data shows.


E-toll funds improve Gauteng roads - Cesa

Aug 28 2014 14:43

Setting aside e-tolling as a method of funding would jeopardise projects to improve Gauteng freeways, claims the Consulting Engineers SA.


Copper theft drops - Sacci

Aug 28 2014 15:00

The Copper Theft Barometer has dropped in July, says the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


Sanral loses secrecy bid for Cape tolls

Aug 28 2014 12:49

Applications to keep certain court documents on the N1/N2 Winelands Toll Highway project secret have been dismissed by the Western Cape High Court.


Headline producer inflation slows

Aug 28 2014 12:13

South Africa's headline producer inflation has slowed year-on-year in July from 8.1% in June, says Statistics SA.


Ramaphosa: SA must save during good times

Aug 28 2014 11:51

Government will pursue a fiscal policy of saving during good times and spending to stabilise the economy during downturns, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.


E-tolls 'only effective' funding option

Aug 28 2014 10:54

E-tolling is the only effective funding model to improve Gauteng's road infrastructure, says an engineering body.


Judgment expected in Sanral secrecy case

Aug 28 2014 07:41

The Western Cape High Court is expected to hand down judgment in Sanral's application to keep aspects of the Winelands project confidential.


Public consultation on shale gas

Aug 27 2014 19:30

Public consultations on draft regulations for shale gas exploration will begin in September, the mineral resources department says.


Refund e-toll users, says Fedusa

Aug 27 2014 18:57

E-tolling should never have been implemented and those who have paid their e-toll bills should be refunded, the Federation of Unions of SA says.



E-tolls an immoral project - Cosatu

Aug 27 2014 16:30

E-tolls will add to the burden of the poor, who will be forced to pay more to travel on highways which were previously free of charge, says Cosatu.


Survey to measure poverty in SA

Aug 27 2014 15:41

Statistics SA will conduct a survey to measure the level of poverty and inequality in the country.

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