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Teigue Payne

Teigue Payne

    SA car sales hinge on US decision
    SA car sales hinge on US decision
    The motor industry in South Africa is supported by large government subsidies and it has grown strongly since 2000 because of steeply climbing...
    Co-ops could be a stitch in time
    Co-ops could be a stitch in time
    The recent development of worker co-operatives in South Africa’s clothing industry theoretically has the potential to save many jobs —...
    Municipalities get green light to cut through surplus power's red tape
    Municipalities get green light to cut through surplus power's red tape
    In an article carried in the Mail & Guardian of June 21, "Durban pioneers electricity scheme", there was confusion among...
    Durban pioneers electricity scheme
    Durban pioneers electricity scheme
    Ethekwini municipality is leading the way among local municipalities in offering to buy the surplus power generated by businesses and even...
    Top nosh grown from ground up
    Top nosh grown from ground up
    Food & Trees for Africa is helping a black community that dates back to trekker times to turn its farm near Cullinan in Mpumalanga into a...
    Biofuel firms' perseverence set to pay off
    Biofuel firms' perseverence set to pay off
    The projects, which will usher in the first large-scale production of bioethanol in South Africa after many years of preparation, will follow...
    Farm-style estate plants growth seed
    Farm-style estate plants growth seed
    Golf estates, horse estates and other property developments that promise gracious living in safe environments are nothing new in South Africa. But...
    Balfour stands, but fails to deliver
    Balfour stands, but fails to deliver
    Residents of different political persuasions in Balfour in Mpumalanga say the town's municipal services have continued to deteriorate, despite...
    Labour policies trouble little enterprises
    Labour policies trouble little enterprises
    'Economic conditions, labour relations and labour policies are biased against employers and small and medium enterprises [SMEs]." This...
    Sappi scores on cellulose demand
    Sappi scores on cellulose demand
    A vast project is under way to modernise and change the Sappi Ngodwana mill near Nelspruit to produce higher-value export cellulose products rather...
    Textile labour leader does U-turn
    Textile labour leader does U-turn
    Leon Deetlefs, who for 10 years was national compliance manager of the bargaining council, is now chief executive of the non-compliant KwaZulu-Natal-based United Clothing and Textile Association....
    Labour: Bargaining council barneys
    Labour: Bargaining council barneys
    A victory in the labour court in December challenging the extension of bargaining council agreements in the metal and engineering industry to...