Anathi Madubela

10 years later, not all Marikana widows have received promised houses

Eight out of the 44 widows are still waiting for their houses but Sibanye-Stillwater says they are ‘under construction’

MTN and Vodacom will make up 80% of the market if Telkom deal succeeds

MTN’s potential takeover of Telkom might not raise issues of competition, say communication experts

From South Africa to the world: Could Tashas be the next Nando’s?

Natasha Sideris, the founder and chief executive of Tashas Group, details the group’s expansion plans in the United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom

State will be out of the telecoms industry if the MTN, Telkom transaction succeeds

The notion of governments owning and fiddling in telecoms is outdated and unnecessary, according to communications experts

MTN announces bid to buy Telkom

Discussions are at an early stage and there is no certainty that the transaction will be consummated, both companies say

Discovery sticks to its guns on mandatory vaccination policy

The financial services group says the basis for the continued policy is to provide the safest possible working environment for all employees

Standard Bank repeals controversial Covid-19 vaccination policy

Financial sector union wants employees who were fired for not being vaccinated to be reinstated

Eskom and unions reach wage agreement, workers back at work

The power utility warned that the system would take some time to recover because maintenance work had been postponed because of the unprotected strike

Why government would fall short of cash if the fuel levy is scrapped

But restructuring the Road Accident Fund levy would reduce pressure on consumers

Petrol to cost a record high R27.74 a litre from Wednesday

The steep increase is despite the treasury’s decision extend the reduction in the general fuel levy by 75 cents a litre

Hawkers struggle after Soweto mall looted, vandalised

Informal traders selling their wares outside Jabulani Mall are worried about further unrest as unemployment and the rising cost of living fuel public anger

Spaza shops take centre stage in township economy

Consumers living in such areas are spending more at spazas than big retailers, according to a report

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