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Sibanye-Stillwater warns of possible job cuts

The gold producer is locked in an ongoing wage dispute with AMCU and is facing ongoing losses at its gold operations

Microplastic pollution on tap in SA

Particulates, prevalent in cosmetic and household products, and are now in our food chain

High hopes, not much dope in marijuana beer and gin

It’s now okay to smoke cannabis, or at least it’s legal as long as you don’t buy your supply. But what about drinking it?

Skint citizens shun market darlings

Unemployment, state debt and public sector burden and structural rigidities will affect growth

Illicit cigarette trade threatens 8 000 farm jobs

Even though there has been commitment to halt the production of illicit cigarettes, it is not happening fast enough

G&Ts will never be the same again

The South African gin industry has taken off and consumers are now spoilt for choice

Water stress sees tank sales soar

Figures supplied by the industry body, the Association of Rotational Moulders of Southern Africa, shows that growth last year was 28.7%.

Your guide to surviving 2019

Here’s our round-up of the outlook for electricity, taxes, fuel, wages and the economy

SA ducks colonial vibe: Turkey’s goose is cooked

The turkeys that make it to our shores are frozen, mostly from Brazil, but also from Canada, the United States and Chile

Eskom casts a pall over growth

'Electricity problems raise the risk that the growth we saw in the third-quarter will be short-lived'

The manufacturing sector helps lift SA out of a recession

The 2.2% growth in the gross domestic product in the third quarter equates to an annualised 1.1% improvement from a year ago

Taxes to ashes: The smoking gun

A new reports shows that the illegal cigarette trade is costing the fiscus — and the health department — billions

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