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Fuel price to impact consumers' vehicle choices

Aug 01 2014 22:00

The current high fuel prices will keep consumers focused on buying more fuel efficient vehicles, say experts in their outlook for the auto industry.


New vehicle sales drop

Aug 01 2014 17:13

Naamsa says new vehicle sales has dropped by 1.5% in July, compared to July last year and said strikes had made a significant impact.


Nene: Nigeria's success a warning to SA

Aug 01 2014 16:33

The success of Nigeria and other African countries should serve as a warning to South Africa, says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.


New vehicle sales slightly lower

Aug 01 2014 16:00

Data from the trade and industry department shows new vehicle sales fell 1.5% to nearly 58 000 units in July.

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Commission approves 3 large mergers

Aug 01 2014 15:00

The Competition Commission says it has approved three separate large mergers involving the telecoms, chemical and property sectors.


More gloom amid bigger electricity hikes

Aug 01 2014 13:51

An additional increase in electricity tariffs on top of the 8% already granted to Eskom is unlikely to aid economic growth, says an expert.


DA asks Madonsela to probe pensioner case

Aug 01 2014 13:06

The DA says it has asked Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to investigate the alleged maladministration of Transnet pensioner funds.


Jimmy Manyi, Adam Habib debate transformation

Aug 01 2014 15:37

First class education for all children is non-negotiable and to compromise on this in the name of transformation is a disservice to SA, a debate has heard.


Davies: SA at root of US, Africa trade

Aug 01 2014 09:55

South Africa has been at the centre of exploring trade opportunities between the United States and Africa, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.


Sanral Winelands secrecy bid worries NGOs

Aug 01 2014 08:56

Two non-governmental organisations have raised concerns about Sanral's application for certain court documents and court hearings to be kept secret.



No politics in R80bn Transnet pensioner suit

Aug 01 2014 07:35

The R80bn class action suit of Transnet pensioners is devoid of political affiliation or involvement, say the pensioners' attorneys.


Malema: EFF will take on 'the big boys'

Jul 31 2014 19:37

The Economic Freedom Fighters are not frightened of taking on “the big boys”, who have robbed the economy of billions, says its leader Julius Malema.

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