Lloyd Gedye is the Mail & Guardian's business and arts reporter.
Many legal practitioners argue that just a month to comment on the 68 submissions is not adequate
Critics warn the law will be struck down, but its defenders say lawyers fear being sidelined
The financial health of the country’s parastatals is so important that the budget review document has a new chapter dedicated to it.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene described the increase in the road accident fund fuel levy as “substantial”.
The construction of an R19-billion new railway link to Swaziland is in the concept stage.
MTN could outsource management of its retail stores and field staff, with an industry insider suggesting a deal with Brightstar is on the cards.
Rivals say the taxi service is using illicit loopholes to dodge paying tax and other regulations.
Body corporates and other communal living schemes will get their own CCMA to keep the peace in the form of the Community Schemes Ombud Service.
The Competition Tribunal is finally throwing the law book at steel firms for alleged price fixing
At last, television viewers in South Africa are being given real alternatives to the fare forced on them.