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Blow for Standard Bank, Waco as Constitutional Court rules in competition watchdog's favour

Feb 23 2020 16:31

The Constitutional Court has set aside an earlier decision by the Competition Appeal Court ordering the Competition Commission to grant access to its investigation records before the respondents in two high-profile collusion cases answered the case against them.

    Companies

    State companies cling to cash as financial challenges bite, Treasury warns

    Feb 23 2020 15:09

    National Treasury warned Parliament's Standing Committee on Appropriations on Tuesday morning that a number of state-owned entities were accumulating cash from departmental transfers as operational challenges hurt their revenue.

    ICT

    WATCH: EU privacy body warns of risks in Google, Fitbit deal

    Feb 23 2020 12:59

    Alphabet Inc-owned Google's $2.1bn bid for fitness trackers company Fitbit could pose privacy risks, the European Data Protection Board warned on Thursday.

    Companies

    Government 'must come to the party' on SA Express, says union

    Feb 23 2020 09:42

    The South African Transport and Allied Workers Union has slammed what it claims is the "hands-off approach" of the Department of Public Enterprises regarding state-owned airline SA Express.

    Industrial

    PRASA: Our assets will not be attached, we've paid our attorneys

    Feb 21 2020 18:52

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa says it does not owe a service provider Mbita Consulting R22m and plans to take the matter to the supreme court of appeal.

    Industrial

    'I have very limited means', pleads Myeni - but OUTA lawyer says she earned R7m

    Feb 21 2020 16:29

    It would be unfair on her husband and children to use funds to travel to Johannesburg for an SAA court case that should not have anything to do with her, says Dudu Myeni.

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    WATCH: Amazon's Bezos announces new $10bn climate fund

    Feb 20 2020 20:44

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will commit $10bn to fund scientists, activists, nonprofits and other groups fighting to protect the environment and counter the effects of climate change, he announced.

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