Ebrahim Patel

 
Internet access has become a human right, data inquiry hears
Internet access has become a human right, data inquiry hears
The need to communicate and access the internet has become a human right in South Africa and should be treated as such, Media Monitoring Africa has...
Ramaphosa: Jobs Summit critics must eat their words
Ramaphosa: Jobs Summit critics must eat their words
In his closing address at the Jobs Summit, President Cyril Ramaphosa hit back at critics saying those who said it was just another talk-shop should...
New leaders, same goals, new stimulus
New leaders, same goals, new stimulus
In 2012, the Mail & Guardian sat down with Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel in his office at 120 Plein Street, Cape Town,...
Gordhan: Stimulus plan all about implementation
Gordhan: Stimulus plan all about implementation
President Cyril Ramaphosa's newly-announced economic stimulus package has a specific focus on implementation, say economic cluster ministers Pravin...
Infrastructure at the heart of Ramaphosa’s plan to boost the economy
Infrastructure at the heart of Ramaphosa’s plan to boost the economy
A renewed focus on infrastructure will form the backbone of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s economic stimulus package, which was announced at the...
Legal wrangle over Gupta-linked Shiva Uranium loan still ongoing — Patel
Legal wrangle over Gupta-linked Shiva Uranium loan still ongoing — Patel
Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel has told Members of Parliament that the court action to recover millions from Shiva Uranium has yet to...
No more yellow cards for cartels
No more yellow cards for cartels
The government is rolling out a new arsenal to tackle corporate market dominance and cartels.
Government, business gather to unlock $100-billion investment for Ramaphosa new dawn
Government, business gather to unlock $100-billion investment for Ramaphosa new dawn
The World Economic Forum (WEF) and South African stakeholders are hosting a meeting in Johannesburg with various stakeholders and businesses,...
China adds fuel to refinery ire
China adds fuel to refinery ire
China, which is criticised for its high levels of air pollution at home, could help to resolve South Africa’s oil-refinery pollution woes.
​Cabinet reshuffle: A new dawn in the economic cluster
​Cabinet reshuffle: A new dawn in the economic cluster
Less than two weeks after he hinted that change was coming, President Cyril Ramaphosa made sweeping changes to his cabinet, including the return of...
From inspirational to ‘more of the same’- opposition poke holes in Ramaphosa’s SONA
From inspirational to ‘more of the same’- opposition poke holes in Ramaphosa’s SONA
After years of booing and grumbling, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s maiden speech was celebrated by many as the dawn of a new era in South Africa....
Bill raises fears for industrialists
Bill raises fears for industrialists
Proposed changes to the Competition Act have sparked concerns in the government that they may inadvertently limit industrial development policy...

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