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SAA needs R2.2bn to pay for voluntary severance packages

More than 3 000 employees out of 5 000 have accepted the packages. The state-owned airline, which went into business rescue, is likely to retain 1 000 workers

Whistleblower: Misrule at trade commission

The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa’s senior executives are facing allegations of financial mismanagement and victimising employees

Covid wave brings second quarter slide

The gross domestic product numbers are likely to be gloomy, but the economy is not at ground zero

Auditor general flags Ithala Bank’s digital deal

The Prudential Authority has given Ithala Bank until June 2021 to submit its application for a banking licence in terms of the Banking Act

What cyberhacking data means for you

About 24-million people and almost 800 000 businesses were affected when hackers stole information held by Experian credit bureau. The M&G examines how you can protect yourself

UIF resumes relief payments after investigation delay

Temporary relief payments were suspended pending an investigation, but the UIF says it’s back on track

UN: SA recovery only in five years

The latest report shows the South Africa’s women will be the hardest hit demographic of the economic downturn

Sewage threatens world heritage site

Years of pollution in the rivers flowing through the Cradle of Humankind, and Mogale City’s inaction — are a risk to the environment, our health and — cultural status.

Crazy-rich Africans fear instability

The Standard Bank’s Wealth Report for Africa for 2020 shows that the continent’s wealthiest individuals worry about what impact volatile political environments will have on their wealth

Kaya FM whistle-blowers say they are being victimised

Former and current employees claim the radio station’s management has begun a witch-hunt to weed out whistleblowers after reports of financial and sexual misconduct

Long road ahead for tourism-sector recovery

The pandemic has caused 50 000 businesses in the sector to temporarily close, putting 600 000 jobs at risk

Cosatu proposes interventions to tackle Covid-19 procurement graft

In light of irregular spending on Covid-19 procurement, Cosatu recommends that politically connected people be barred from doing business with the state

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