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Teigue Payne

SA car sales hinge on US decision

But Congress has good reason not to favour the extension of a one-way deal.

Shotgun approach hurts co-ops

The department and unions gunned blindly for suspect worker groups, causing collateral damage to all.

Co-ops could be a stitch in time

Worker-run clothing factories have the potential to compete with regular companies.

Municipalities get green light to cut through surplus power’s red tape

Nersa says that municipalities may buy surplus power generated by small energy suppliers without getting a licence for each one.

Durban pioneers electricity scheme

But the municipality's plan for feed-in from small energy suppliers could be snuffed out by Nersa.

Top nosh grown from ground up

A dynamic NGO is helping landed communities take the agribusiness industry by storm.

Biofuel firms’ perseverence set to pay off

The announcement of the construction of two factories producing bioethanol from sorghum, costing about R1.6-billion each, appears to be imminent.

Farm-style estate plants growth seed

Eastern Cape development milks an existing dairy farm to lower costs and raise benefits.

Balfour stands, but fails to deliver

Despite its excellent location, investors are giving the Mpumalanga town a wide berth.

Labour policies trouble little enterprises

Despite the state supporting them in theory, small firms are battling in a tough environment.

Sappi scores on cellulose demand

The forestry giant has expanded aggressively to make itself the world market leader.

Textile labour leader does U-turn

Leon Deetlefs has switched sides and is working for companies that don't comply with bargaining council wage rates.

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