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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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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.

Economy

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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Economy

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.

Retail

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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Marketing is a big concern in SA's small business community, followed by a lack of confidence and partnering with the wrong people, according to a survey.
 

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