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Carin Smith

Carin Smith

    Pace of land reform weak and pathetic, says Cronin
    Pace of land reform weak and pathetic, says Cronin
    The pace and quality of land reform in South Africa has been weak and pathetic, deputy minister of public works Jeremy Cronin said on Wednesday....
    R100 000 bet on SAA's future
    R100 000 bet on SAA's future
    South African Airways chief executive Vuyani Jarana announced on Monday that he is taking up a R100 000 challenge proposed by the Free Market...
    SAA CEO: All we ask is three years - and money
    SAA CEO: All we ask is three years - and money
    SAA has reached the point where some hard decisions have to be made, CEO...
    Ex-ACSA legal head wants CEO Maseko to feel the Blade
    Ex-ACSA legal head wants CEO Maseko to feel the Blade
    A request for a high court interdict that would prevent minister of transport Blade Nzimande from reappointing Bongani Maseko as CEO of Airports...
    Markus Jooste no 'puppet master'
    Markus Jooste no 'puppet master'
    Allegations that former Steinhoff chief executive Markus Jooste is still a de facto director at Mayfair, or plays any role in decision-making or...
    Interest rates likely unchanged until late 2019 - Nedbank
    Interest rates likely unchanged until late 2019 - Nedbank
    Interest rates in South Africa will remain unchanged into late 2019, Nedbank Group's Economic Unit forecasted on Monday.
    Expect average pay increases of 3% or less in 2018
    Expect average pay increases of 3% or less in 2018
    Employees can expect an average salary increase of about 3% in 2018, according to the 2018 Compensation Best Practices Report by American company...
    Steinhoff to sell part of stake in KAP to help settle debt
    Steinhoff to sell part of stake in KAP to help settle debt
    Steinhoff announced in a statement to shareholders on Tuesday that it has decided to sell part of its stake in KAP Industrial Holdings.
    Moody's raises red flags over Cape Town water crisis
    Moody's raises red flags over Cape Town water crisis
    Due to the marked income inequality in the City, Cape Town's water crisis poses a possible threat to social order, according to a report released...
    Court rules in favour of Comair in SAA anticompetition case
    Court rules in favour of Comair in SAA anticompetition case
    The South Gauteng High Court has ruled in Comair's favour in a case initiated against SAA 14 years ago over the national carrier's anti-competitive...
    SAA needs to ensure continuity in order to receive a bailout, says Pravin Gordhan
    SAA needs to ensure continuity in order to receive a bailout, says Pravin Gordhan
    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan made no bones about the financial quagmire South African Airways (SAA) finds itself in during an...
    SAA gets brief reprieve in its bid to avoid being deregistered in Hong Kong
    SAA gets brief reprieve in its bid to avoid being deregistered in Hong Kong
    The authorities in Hong Kong have granted South African Airways (SAA) an extension until September 30 to submit regulatory documents and prevent...