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Intelligent building design promotes energy efficiency

WSP Group Africa wins the Business Award.

Extended producer liability at heart

PET Recyling Company wins the Business Award.

Change is a conscious decision

Old Mutual is the first long-term assurance company to achieve level 2 broad-based BEE status and has maintained this status for three years.

Building businesses

Companies supporting the growth of small black businesses receive up to 15 BEE points on the generic scorecard.

Social standings

The focus on socioeconomic development shifts to the mining industry.

The power of buying black

Most of the leading companies score high in procurement scores for broad-based black economic empowerment.

Skilful success

Skills, training and education are close to the top of the South African agenda.

Slower growth predicted for South Africa

The Reserve Bank says South Africa is likely to see slower economic growth for the rest of 2012 but inflation is likely to remain within target.

Amplats fires 12 000 workers ahead of talks

A new round of talks between the platinum industry and unions got off to a rocky start, as Amplats announced it had fired 12 000 striking workers.

Robinson speaks of SA’s good and bad at Mandela lecture

South Africa had to realise its opportunities before its humanity would to fully emerge, Mary Robinson said at the Annual Nelson Mandela lecture.

Coal mooted as a strategic resource

Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba says the government is considering declaring coal a strategic resource.

South African women’s gripes with ‘too many rights’

A report has shown that some of the basic human rights enshrined in the Constitution are still contested in communities across South Africa.

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