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State champs at its border Bill bit
State champs at its border Bill bit
The clashes between police and immigrants during raids for counterfeit goods in Johannesburg’s city centre last week have added fuel to government’s fervour to institute the Border Management Authority Bill....
PIC inquiry focuses on Steinhoff deal
PIC inquiry focuses on Steinhoff deal
Dan Matjila was approached by former trade unionist and businessperson, Jayendra Naidoo prior to the Public Investment Corporation’s (PIC)...
You too can win on the JSE
You too can win on the JSE
Like to have had a 12.2% return on a JSE investment during the second quarter of this year? Well, you should have thought of wheat. It eclipsed...
'Kingdom of heaven' is 47% increase for platinum miners
'Kingdom of heaven' is 47% increase for platinum miners
Citing the bible, Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) president Joseph Mathunjwa defended the union’s wage demand of R17 000...
Matjila denies responsibility for billions lost in Ayo transaction
Matjila denies responsibility for billions lost in Ayo transaction
Former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) chief executive Dan Matjila has accused former PIC colleagues, who have pointed fingers at him for...
Trump’s twitchy Twitter fingers add to SA woes
Trump’s twitchy Twitter fingers add to SA woes
Business Unity South Africa (Busa) president Sipho Pityana, whose prescient warning, “Wake up, the cows are being stolen,” when the state...
Why the gender pay gap persists
Why the gender pay gap persists
‘I thought I was a feminist before I was a working mother, but all I was before this was a man with tits.”
Clover sale cheeses off unions
Clover sale cheeses off unions
The proposed acquisition of dairy company Clover by Tel Aviv-based consortium Milco is being opposed by two unions, the General Industry Workers...
Bond auction underwhelms
Bond auction underwhelms
Initial results from the first government bond auction after the treasury announced it would be increasing debt issuance to fund the Eskom bailout,...
The ‘drug’ that’s killing Eskom
The ‘drug’ that’s killing Eskom
Before Eskom started building new capacity, the “drug” I’m referring to was a mild sedative, so no one was worried. And, full disclosure, I...
Privacy watchdogs warn Facebook over Libra currency
Privacy watchdogs warn Facebook over Libra currency
Global privacy regulators joined forces Tuesday to demand guarantees from Facebook on how it will protect users' financial data when it launches...
HSBC boss in shock exit as bank warns of 'challenging' times
HSBC boss in shock exit as bank warns of 'challenging' times
HSBC on Monday announced the shock exit of chief executive John Flint, but denied talk of a management split as it also axed 4 000 jobs and warned...
Unemployment in South Africa is worse than you think
Unemployment in South Africa is worse than you think
Statistics South Africa’s (StatsSA) quarterly labour force survey for the second quarter of this year shows that the country’s unemployment...
Eskom needs ‘fire and thunder’
Eskom needs ‘fire and thunder’
‘For it is not the light that is needed, but fire. It is not a gentle shower but thunder. We need a storm and we need earthquake, that is what...

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