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Mantashe takes on mining laws
Mantashe takes on mining laws
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has moved to settle disagreements about mining legislation and push through the Mining Charter and the...
Zwane and his charter may be toast
Zwane and his charter may be toast
Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane’s will be among the first to go when President Cyril Ramaphosa reshuffles his Cabinet, and will take...
No place in the sun for BEE funds
No place in the sun for BEE funds
Most people buy into the idea that a more inclusive economy is one that is stable, better geared for growth and yields more wealth. But when did...
Small firms hit by new BEE codes
Small firms hit by new BEE codes
The amended broad-based black economic empowerment (BEE) Codes of Good Practice have moved the goalposts for business and placed more emphasis on...
ANC leaders are 'bodyguards of capitalism' - EFF
ANC leaders are 'bodyguards of capitalism' - EFF
The ruling party is the "bodyguard of capitalism" in the country, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) said on Monday.
Editorial: We can do without this kind of BEE
Editorial: We can do without this kind of BEE
The Mail & Guardian's revelation this week that Lonmin paid a king's ransom to Cyril Ramaphosa's company at a time when the mining house was...
'Busy' Mbete drops bribery beef
'Busy' Mbete drops bribery beef
ANC chairperson and parliamentary speaker Baleka Mbete has withdrawn her complaint to the press ombud that an amaBhungane article in July 2013 about...
Long-awaited BEE ombud still a work in progress
Long-awaited BEE ombud still a work in progress
After spending more than 18 months going through approval processes, the now-entrenched Broad-Based Black Empowerment Amendment Act calls for the...
BEEing the owners we want
BEEing the owners we want
Black economic empowerment has come a long way since South Africa emerged from the first democratic elections in 1994. And thankfully so, because...
‘We simply have to deliver’
‘We simply have to deliver’
Twenty years is a significant chunk of time to evaluate the progress we have made towards achieving economic transformation.
Khaya Dlanga: Affirmative action is here, deal with it
Khaya Dlanga: Affirmative action is here, deal with it
We are still discussing affirmative action years after it has been implemented. It is an incredibly emotional and difficult subject in South...

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