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Breitling announces new partnership with Etihad Airways
Breitling announces new partnership with Etihad Airways
Breitling has announced a new partnership with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. With an equal passion for...
Banks bungle sale of houses
Banks bungle sale of houses
“My father came home with a letter from the bank that he has finished paying his house,” recalls Ntombikayise Mthimkhulu*. “We were all...
Now is the time of monsters
Now is the time of monsters
Water cannons and stun grenades were used outside of the World Economic Forum Africa (WEFAfrica) meeting in Cape Town this week against womxn...
Violence exacts huge toll on lives and a R1bn loss in the freight sector
Violence exacts huge toll on lives and a R1bn loss in the freight sector
Thirty-seven-year-old Charles Ntini was shot and killed while driving a truck on the N12 last month.
DTI yet to pay, despite court order
DTI yet to pay, despite court order
The Pretoria high court has ordered the department of trade and industry (DTI) to pay Murendi Properties and Building Suppliers, a company in its...
Tito tackles the water crisis
Tito tackles the water crisis
This week about 2 500 residents in Tshwane experienced what could be a daily occurrence in South Africa should the country leave its water...
Africa needs a green new deal
Africa needs a green new deal
Earlier this year, Tropical Cyclone Idai tore through Southern Africa, killing hundreds, injuring thousands and displacing even more. In Mozambique, as much as half of all annual crops and critical infrastructure were destroyed. In total, more than three million people in the region...
GDP and the valium economy
GDP and the valium economy
You could almost hear the nation holding its breath this Tuesday as the gross domestic product (GDP) figures for the second quarter were released....
Economy rebounds but hold the champagne for now
Economy rebounds but hold the champagne for now
South Africa’s economy rebounded in the second quarter with Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) recording an increase of 3.1% in gross domestic...
Central banks are waking up to climate change dangers. It’s about time
Central banks are waking up to climate change dangers. It’s about time
The impact of climate change on the stability of individual financial institutions and the financial system in general is growing. It influences...
Amcu in the clear as labour registrar decides not to strip it of union status
Amcu in the clear as labour registrar decides not to strip it of union status
The registration of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) is no longer in jeopardy....
IMF bailout not wise – or needed
IMF bailout not wise – or needed
There is no debating that South Africa’s fiscal finances are in a dire state.
Where Aarto now for motorists?
Where Aarto now for motorists?
A war is now raging over the new road traffic law signed by President Cyril Ramaphosa last week.
Shareholders lose out as Moyo vs Old Mutal drags on
Shareholders lose out as Moyo vs Old Mutal drags on
There’s a clear loser in the no-holds-barred war between the Old Mutual board and its twice-fired chief executive, Peter Moyo: the shareholders...

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