From Zuma to Moyane: The legal cases ensnaring prominent SA officials

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A slew of legal cases involving politicians and officials, including former President Jacob Zuma, are working their way through the courts, with some prominent public figures at risk of being jailed or losing their jobs.


Zanu PF aims to move Zim from pariah to global partner

May 22 2018 06:32

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu PF says that if it is re-elected in the forthcoming elections, it will focus on opening the country for business, fighting corruption and making land productive again.


Business debt stress in SA continues to improve – index

May 21 2018 18:32

Business debt stress conditions in South Africa continued to improve in the first quarter of 2018, according to the latest Experian Business Debt Index.


Top 5 on Fin24: Govt says unions agree to wage deal 'in principle' and rand back to bad old ways

May 21 2018 18:00

A roundup of Monday's top economic and finance reads on Fin24.


Dlodlo a no show at wage briefing, govt still getting union signatures

May 21 2018 12:57

While the department of public service and administration has said that unions have “in principle” agreed to the public sector wage agreement, at least one union says it is not backing the offer.


SA more relaxed ahead of S&P credit rating

May 21 2018 11:40

Last year everybody was an expert on it. Now some of the pros don’t even mention that S&P Global Ratings will be announcing its latest assessment of South Africa’s debt this week.


UAE to allow 100% business ownership to foreign investors

May 21 2018 15:39

The United Arab Emirates plans to allow full foreign ownership in companies and grant long-term visas to some investors and professionals as the Gulf economy seeks to attract more investments.


Government wage deal to go ahead, despite urgent call for more consultation

May 21 2018 08:22

The Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council will present the wage deal to unions and government to be signed, as Fedusa seeks more time to consult with members.


E-commerce not biggest disruption in township retail - marketing specialist

May 20 2018 19:15

From a township retail point of view, the biggest disruption is a shift in power, according to Lemok Group founder Lebogang Mokubela.

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How Ramaphosa’s superwomen hope to change the economy

May 20 2018 06:06

The call came on her birthday. President Cyril Ramaphosa wanted businesswoman Phumzile Langeni to join his presidential special envoy to travel the world wooing investors.


Russia unveils world's first floating nuclear plant

May 20 2018 13:02

Built in Saint Petersburg, the Akademik Lomonosov has arrived in Murmansk where it was moored in the port and presented to the media.

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