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We will persevere and hope he will grow up to hold his head high, says a user.
Workers at the Lanxess chrome mine in Rustenburg are still on strike, the mine says.
Three trade unions have submitted their wage demands to Eskom, which include six months' maternity leave on full pay, free solar geysers and a phone allowance.
A two-day strike at Mercedes Benz SA's plant has ended, but industrial union Numsa has demanded a hefty pay hike for the sector.
The search for Royal Dutch Shell's next chief executive is under way after CEO Peter Voser's surprise announcement that he will step down in early 2014.
Tshamano Mohau Frederik will be replacing Cyril Ramaphosa as the joint chairperson of Mondi, the company says.
Golden Arrow Bus Services is turning to the Supreme Court of Appeal to challenge a high court ruling relating to the MyCiti bus service expansion in Cape Town.
Thousands of striking workers are expected to return to work following a call by the National Union of Metalworkers of SA for workers to halt protest action.
Thousands of striking workers are expected to return to work after Mercedes-Benz obtained a court interdict against their protest.
The National Energy Regulator of SA has granted Eskom a licence for its Sere wind farm in the Western Cape, the power parastatal says.
Miner and equipment leaser Protech Khutele's headline earnings per share grew to 3.9 cents per share from a loss of 1c per share in the year to February.
SA Roadlink has reached a settlement with FirstRand bank and will not be liquidated, it was reported.
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The registration of two debt counsellors has been cancelled after an official probe.
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The Dudula Rail consortium has withdrawn its legal action against the Passenger Rail Agency of SA over a tender, according to a report.
Industrial group Barloworld boosted first-half profit by a third, as a solid results in its Russian mining equipment business offset slack demand at home.
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