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SAA creditors give go-ahead on rescue plan

Unions and staff representatives have agreed to severance packages for about 2 700 employees who will lose their jobs.

SAA rescue costs us social reforms

As with the ban on SAA flying to the United States in 1986, political pragmatism will eventually be trumped by economic realities

SAA workers told not to return to work next month

The airline’s employees in Durban have been told to join the unemployment queue on March 1 because the city’s route will be closed at the end of February

Manuel: Moyo is welcome… to drink coffee

The on-again-off-again Old Mutual chairperson does not have access to his office

Old Mutual says Moyo can’t return because he is busy suing them

The financial services company seeks to overturn Moyo’s reinstatement as CEO, citing the breakdown of relationship between Moyo and the board

Estina trial adjourned, magistrate set to decide on lengthy postponement

They were arrested and charged with fraud, theft, conspiracy to commit fraud and theft as well as contravening several Acts

Agency moves in on parastatals

With ‘political support’ and free of budget constraints, the companies registrar is making trouble for supposed untouchables

​An old lie catches up with SAA’s Dudu Myeni

The registrar says the SAA chair contravened the Companies Act by misrepresenting a board decision

CSA’s Khan: board has time to learn Companies’ Act

Cricket SA's (CSA) acting president, AK Khan, says the federation's board has not left it too late to familiarise itself with the Companies' Act.

CSA’s tearful Majola only followed Bacher ‘precedent’

CSA chief executive Gerald Majola broke down several times as he gave evidence to the ministerial committee on Tuesday.

Banks buckle under weight of new rules

Standard Bank's Sim Tshabalala explains how 150 non-banking laws and Basel III are strangling banking.

New Companies Act could yield more lawsuits

More litigation around the fair value of offers could be seen due to the takeover regulations of the new Companies Act, say attorneys.

‘Compliance must not overlook rural branches’

Compliance with data protection legislation has come under the spotlight since the implementation of consumer protection and personal protection Acts.

Sascoc advises CSA about audit findings on Majola

Cricket South Africa has been advised on how to tackle the findings of a forensic audit, Sascoc chief executive Tubby Reddy says.

Unease over Canyon liquidation delay

Concerns have been raised about why the office of the Master of the High Court did not appoint a liquidator to take over Canyon Springs Investments 12

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