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New bill takes away foreign investors' leverage

Aug 02 2015 15:54

The Department of Trade and Industry is forging ahead with a plan to annul agreements from the 1990s that, in theory, give foreign companies massive leverage over South Africa’s economic policies.


The inequality of employment equity

Aug 02 2015 15:23

The BMF notes with disappointment – again – the release of the 15th employment equity report, which is increasingly becoming an annual ritual of disappointment and missed opportunities. Bonang Mohale - president of the BMF - unpacks the BMF position.


(Nuclear) physics of learning in Russia

Aug 02 2015 15:19

Mapheto Masibane boasts an impressive CV, having matriculated when he was only 15 and getting 100% for maths to boot


Manuel: Africa has a lot going for it

Aug 02 2015 11:43

Africa and South Africa face investment challenges SA, but there are key drivers of economic opportunity, says former Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel.


Medical aid fraud could total R13bn per year

Aug 02 2015 10:36

It is estimated that at least 7% of medical aid claims are fraudulent and the figure might be as high as 15%, according to the Board of Healthcare Funders.


Anticipated fuel price drop could be short-lived

Jul 31 2015 13:37

If the rand keeps trading at its current level, motorists could be looking at a substantial fuel price hike next month, cautions a debt expert.


Montana cries foul about Prasa tender company

Jul 30 2015 17:31

The former CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA has laid a claim of fraud against a security company with ties to Prasa, reports Netwerk24.


Eskom, Transnet and SAA praised for raising the bar

Jul 30 2015 11:40

State-owned companies often come under fire for poor performance and operational issues, but they have been praised for raising the bar with their integrated reports.


Load shedding hits SA food production

Jul 29 2015 17:00

The biggest problem for primary food production in SA is the uncertainty around the load shedding schedule, warns an energy expert.


Public, private sector take hands for tourism growth

Jul 29 2015 13:57

Key role players in the Western Cape’s tourism industry have committed to working together to address economic growth.

Inside Fin24.com


Credit growth slows in June

Jul 29 2015 10:53

Private sector credit demand has slowed year-on-year in June compared with 9.42% expansion in May, South African Reserve Bank data shows.


Appeals court dismisses apartheid case against Ford, IBM

Jul 28 2015 10:20

A US court has declined to revive a lawsuit against Ford and IBM in which the companies were accused of aiding human rights abuses in South Africa decades ago.

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