South Africa's largest gold miner AngloGold (ANG) has budgeted R25,8-million for its group HIV/Aids programme in South Africa in 2003 from R16,2-million in 2002, the company's HIV/Aids manager Dr Petra Kruger said on Tuesday.
At the halfway mark in the Super 12 there is a familiar look to the log. Four New Zealand sides occupy the top four positions, two Australian sides complete the top half and the four South African franchises run (and in some cases, limp) from
seventh to 10th place.
Pick 'n Pay CEO Sean Summers said on Thursday that Pick 'n Pay would have no alternative but to comply with the South Africa's new legislation on plastic bags that comes into effect on 9 May that forces consumers to pay for their bags.
The chairman of Australian mining group Continental Goldfields, John Stratton, said on Tuesday an application had been made to the Western Australian Court to have a legal action brought by South Africa's Durban Roodepoort Deep group "knocked out".
The announcement of the appointment of Santam (SNT) CEO Johan van Zyl as the new head of Sanlam (SLM) on Friday ends months of uncertainty and speculation about the future of the financial services giant following the sudden departure of Leon Vermaak late last year
The government has established a database of corrupt businesses that departments are banned from using, while a plan for the blacklisting of corrupt employees from the public service has been approved.
Extensive flooding in South Africa's Western Cape, sparked by very heavy weekend rains, has caused extensive damage to about R12-million worth of wine at Van Loveren Wines, the family-owned wine producer located outside of Robertson.