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Paul Vecchiatto

Paul Vecchiatto

    Zuma seeks advice of chief execs to avoid junk status
    Zuma seeks advice of chief execs to avoid junk status
    The president will reportedly look to patch up ties with business leaders on Tuesday – just two days before the State of the Nation address.
    Argus tour 'boosted W Cape economy by R450m'
    Argus tour 'boosted W Cape economy by R450m'
    The Cape Argus Cycle Tour held this past weekend was estimated to have contributed R450-million to the Western Cape's economy.
    Private sector needs to step up, says Gordhan
    Private sector needs to step up, says Gordhan
    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has urged the business sector to get more involved in the economy through infrastructure and job creation projects.
    DA targets Ebrahim Patel over Canyon Springs scandal
    DA targets Ebrahim Patel over Canyon Springs scandal
    The DA has accused Sactwu of shielding Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel from the fallout of R100-million worth of workers' pension funds.
    Cosatu calls for protests over solar sector jobs failure
    Cosatu calls for protests over solar sector jobs failure
    Cosatu is planning protests over what it says is government's failure to implement job commitments with the importing of solar panel components.
    DA's annual Cabinet report card hands Zuma an 'F'
    DA's annual Cabinet report card hands Zuma an 'F'
    The DA's Cabinet report card has given President Jacob Zuma an 'F' while giving Cabinet a 'D', saying Zuma has failed to defend the Constitution.
    You might need to apply for an extra day of leave ...
    You might need to apply for an extra day of leave ...
    People who think they only need three days' leave between Christmas and New Year's Day are in for a shock -- they actually need to apply for four.
    Local business gets a boost through procurement regulation
    Local business gets a boost through procurement regulation
    Government has made regulations effective allowing the trade and industry department to designate that only locally produced services are procured.
    Zuma announces member of arms deal commission
    Zuma announces member of arms deal commission
    President Jacob Zuma has appointed Free State High Court Judge President Hendrick Mmoli Thekiso Musi as a member of the arms deal commission inquiry.
    SA won't be spared from eurozone fallout, warns Zuma
    SA won't be spared from eurozone fallout, warns Zuma
    The eurozone crisis poses a serious threat to the SA economy, President Jacob Zuma says, and it will take a collective effort to cushion the country.
    Market inefficiencies compound SA woes
    Market inefficiencies compound SA woes
    SA's current fiscal predicament is partly due to the severity of economic shocks but also because of the inefficiency of product and labour markets.