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State still SA's cushiest employer
State still SA's cushiest employer
If you want to work in South Africa, the government remains the place to be. This is one of the themes that emerged from an annual report examining...
Sasol fracks with freed slave history
Sasol fracks with freed slave history
Sasol's planned ­$21-billion gas-to-liquids plant in the United States will displace a community founded by freed slaves 224 years ago.
Rushed Minerals Bill triggers wave of public disquiet
Rushed Minerals Bill triggers wave of public disquiet
The breakneck pace at which the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) has processed changes to the country's mining and petroleum legislation...
Consumers uninspired by good news
Consumers uninspired by good news
The heat of last week's debate that South Africa is experiencing an "economic bubble" about to burst could be slightly tempered by...
Climate peril requires policy unity
Climate peril requires policy unity
Deteriorating levels of trust between economic actors is stymying efforts to address climate change in South Africa. 
Business elites mint it as workers, shareholders lose out
Business elites mint it as workers, shareholders lose out
The average South African earned about R81 300 a year in 2012, and the median salary was less than half of that, according to an Institute...
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