Machanik’s fraud case postponed

Former estate agent Wendy Machanik's case was postponed by the Johannesburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Monday, her lawyer said.

Massmart: Does the product sell, that is the question

The Competition Tribunal's hearings into United States retailer Walmart's planned acquisition of Massmart started in Pretoria on Monday.

Shell is creating the ‘wrong impression’

Shell is creating the wrong impression by saying shale gas mining is good for South Africa, the Treasure Karoo Action Group said on Tuesday.

Eskom works to weed out corruption

Eskom is partnering with the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to fight corruption in its ranks, the parastatal said on Wednesday.

We need single-mindedness on jobs, says Gordhan

South Africans need to become as single-minded about creating jobs as they are about cricket and soccer, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said.

Karoo gas project uses safe method, says Shell

Shell South Africa's exploration for shale gas in the Karoo will use a safe technique not known to harm the environment, a senior executive said.

Gordhan: Nationalisation is not govt policy

Nationalisation is not government policy, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Friday.

Consulting engineers say their hands are clean

The consulting engineering industry was not being investigated for collusive practices, said Consulting Engineers SA's president Zulch Lötter.

Unions press minister over ‘decent work’

Trade unionists attacked Labour Minister Nelisiwe Oliphant on Monday over the government's stance on "decent work".

‘Job creation an overriding priority for govt’

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant on Monday added her voice to the debate on "decent work", at the annual labour policy conference in Pretoria.

Wendy Machanik loses court bid

Wendy Machanik is not allowed to operate as an estate agent as she is a member of a close corporation prohibited from doing business.

SA mine deaths down in 2010

One-hundred-and-twenty-eight mine workers died in 2010, which was a 24% improvement over the previous year, the Chamber of Mines said on Tuesday.

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