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WATCH: US, China tiptoe around holes in trade deal

Jan 17 2020 18:41

The United States and China signed an initial trade deal on Wednesday that will roll back some tariffs and boost Chinese purchases of US products, defusing an 18-month row between the world's two largest economies but leaving a number of sore spots.


'There's not a lot we can do': Unions await clarity on R2bn for SAA

Jan 17 2020 18:32

Unions say they are still none the wiser on what government plans to do to secure R2bn to help aid the business rescue process at embattled airline, SAA.


Deloitte: We deny any association or involvement in state capture, corruption

Jan 17 2020 10:29

Auditing firm Deloitte says that it disagrees with 'allegations, inferences and speculation' made about its consultancy contracts with Eskom in two articles by investigative journalism group amaBhungane.


Solidarity demands 'reckless' Telkom retrenchments be put on ice

Jan 17 2020 06:00

Solidarity CEO Dirk Hermann said in the statement that there was no evidence that cutting thousands of jobs could secure Telkom’s financial stability and that evidence pointed to such a move potentially having the opposite effect.


4 charts showing the Reserve Bank data that triggered a cut

Jan 16 2020 22:10

Two months can be a long time in central banking, and if you are the South African Reserve Bank, it can mean bringing an interest rate cut forward and a move to signaling even more.


WATCH: Why TVs have become so inexpensive

Jan 16 2020 21:40

In this video, Cheddar explains the mystery of why TV's have suddenly dropped so sharply in price, when you're getting so much more bang for your buck.



Former municipal workers fight labour broker issue

Jan 16 2020 16:12

The case of about 200 former Ekurhuleni municipal workers who claim that they should have been made permanent employees was heard at the Labour Court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, on Tuesday.

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