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Chantelle Benjamin

Chantelle Benjamin

    DA to receive more spy tapes documents
    DA to receive more spy tapes documents
    The DA will spend the next week analysing more documents relating to a 2009 decision to drop corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma.
    The dark side to resuming mining
    The dark side to resuming mining
    Eskom may not have enough power during peak hours for platinum mines in the Rustenburg area to resume operations when the strike is finally resolved.
    Local may be lekker for Gordhan
    Local may be lekker for Gordhan
    Observers say the ex-finance minister is the right man to implement the NDP at municipal level.
    Mines minister faces uphill Amcu-platinum belt battle
    Mines minister faces uphill Amcu-platinum belt battle
    The new mineral resources minister begins his tenure with a difficult task - seeking a solution to the country's longest ever mines strike.
    Knock-and-drop case is big news
    Knock-and-drop case is big news
    The outcome of a newspaper dispute is expected to set a precedent on predatory pricing practices.
    Regulatory changes push up costs for retirement fund members
    Regulatory changes push up costs for retirement fund members
    PwC research indicates that compliance with the latest changes in industry regulation will result in an increase in costs for pension fund members.
    Labour Court judge returns to negotiation table with Amcu, miners
    Labour Court judge returns to negotiation table with Amcu, miners
    Some say the decision by a judge to take the labour deadlock back to mediation with her as mediator is "highly unusual".
    Lonmin dismisses hundreds of 'absent' workers
    Lonmin dismisses hundreds of 'absent' workers
    Lonmin says it has fired 235 of its workers "who have been absent since January 23" - ​the day Amcu members downed tools demanding a higher salary.
    Platinum strike numbers to emerge in court
    Platinum strike numbers to emerge in court
    The cost of Amcu's 15-week wage strike and the data gathered from the mining companies' SMS polls will be made public at the Labour Court.
    DA's disagreements necessary - but it needs to self-assess
    DA's disagreements necessary - but it needs to self-assess
    The cracks between Helen Zille and Lindiwe Mazibuko began showing themselves a while ago. Is a difference in opinion between members good for the DA?
    Barclays banks on Africa dream
    Barclays banks on Africa dream
    It has cut jobs and reduced its investment arm – now the group is looking south for a lifeline.