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SA ducks colonial vibe: Turkey’s goose is cooked
SA ducks colonial vibe: Turkey’s goose is cooked
South Africans may have inherited many festive season traditions from the colonising north, including Santa, pine trees with tinsel, crackers and...
Money issues bedevil climate talks
Money issues bedevil climate talks
Money is a major sticking point in international talks about addressing climate change. But South Africa’s head of delegation, Minister of...
Acsa spreads its wings over Africa
Acsa spreads its wings over Africa
The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) is taking advantage of the opportunities that Africa’s growing economies offer as revenue from its local...
Moyane’s legal bills pile up as he forges ahead with 'unnecessary' court battles
Moyane’s legal bills pile up as he forges ahead with 'unnecessary' court battles
Axed South Africa Revenue Services (Sars) Commissioner Tom Moyane faces a growing legal bill as he heads to the Constitutional Court again, this...
October retail sales accelerate to 2.2%
October retail sales accelerate to 2.2%
Retail sales picked up in October, reflecting year-on-year growth of 2.2%, according to data from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA).
November inflation ticks slightly higher to 5.2%
November inflation ticks slightly higher to 5.2%
November inflation ticked up to 5.2%, according to data released by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) on Wednesday.
Ramaphosa: 'Historic' minimum wage to come into effect on January 1 2019
Ramaphosa: 'Historic' minimum wage to come into effect on January 1 2019
The national minimum wage of R20 per hour will be effective from January 1 2019, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced at a ceremony on Friday in...
Struggling investments sting PIC
Struggling investments sting PIC
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) is “assessing its options” regarding the Independent Media stable after the Government Employees...
Eskom aims to shed its debt load
Eskom aims to shed its debt load
Economists say Eskom’s suggestion to shift a portion of its debt on to the government’s balance sheet would do little to solve the structural...
Eskom casts a pall over growth
Eskom casts a pall over growth
There was good news this week when gross domestic product (GDP) figures released by Statistics South Africa for the third quarter showed positive...
It’s time to #PayBackTheMoney
It’s time to #PayBackTheMoney
South Africans watched helplessly as former president Jacob Zuma and his cronies allegedly looted state resources, without any apparent consequences, but now there are several moves underway to get back some of the money....
Gupta looters leave SA in the dark
Gupta looters leave SA in the dark
The latest round of load-shedding could have been avoided if money specifically set aside by Eskom for maintenance had not been diverted to...
Eskom sweats as Trillian buys time
Eskom sweats as Trillian buys time
A delay in Eskom’s battle to claw back the millions of rands it lost to Gupta-linked Trillian could further hurt the ailing power utility, the...
Gordhan cancels Christmas break for Eskom execs
Gordhan cancels Christmas break for Eskom execs
Eskom management will be working throughout the festive season to resolve the operational challenges which have resulted in stage two electricity...

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