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Moyane’s legal bills pile up as he forges ahead with 'unnecessary' court battles

Dec 13 2018 06:32

Axed SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane faces a growing legal bill as he heads to the Constitutional Court again. Here's how much his legal battles could be costing.


WATCH: Macron's protest concessions blow a hole in France's budget

Dec 13 2018 07:16

France's 10-year borrowing costs climbed to their highest level compared with Germany in a year and a half on Tuesday, as French President Emmanuel Macron announced spending measures in a bid to restore calm after weeks of violent protests.


Hanekom: SA scaling up efforts to address climate change

Dec 12 2018 22:30

Despite experiencing "slow and fragile" economic growth, SA is scaling up its efforts to address climate change, Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom tells COP24.


Adopt renewables with caution, says IPP head

Dec 12 2018 21:28

Head of the Department of Energy’s Independent Power Producers Office Karen Breytenbach said the department was working on a transition to renewables that would best benefit the country.


Pilot association bolts to SAA CEO's defence

Dec 12 2018 21:17

The South African Airways Pilots’ Association credits South African Airways CEO Vuyani Jarana with addressing challenges at the carrier's technical and operations divisions.


Pound rallies despite Brexit fears as May faces confidence vote within hours

Dec 12 2018 18:16

Theresa May is set to face a vote of confidence in her leadership of the Conservative Party, as the embattled UK prime minister warned the rebels who want her out that they will be putting Brexit at risk.



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