Ebrahim Patel

 
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...
Patel: Deconcentrate markets to give black entrepreneurs more opportunities
Patel: Deconcentrate markets to give black entrepreneurs more opportunities
The draft Competition Amendment Bill is one of the ways government seeks to bolster economic inclusion by allowing more players in the market, said...
'Something has got to give' with development finance
'Something has got to give' with development finance
The role of development finance to assist in the aims of radical economic transformation has come into sharp focus on the sidelines of the ANC...
Blurred lines: e.tv admits eNCA series involved advertising money
Blurred lines: e.tv admits eNCA series involved advertising money
e.tv has acknowledged that money was involved in a the controversial infrastructure series that was produced by eNCA earlier this year, apparently...
Government wants more payments from colluding World Cup builders
Government wants more payments from colluding World Cup builders
South Africa's government is putting pressure on construction companies to make further payments as punishment for rigging contracts to build...
Rand leads currency drop as Zuma replaces finance minister
Rand leads currency drop as Zuma replaces finance minister
South Africa's rand led declined in major currencies a day after President Jacob Zuma replaced Pravin Gordhan as finance minister and appointed new...
Quest for a balanced approach
Quest for a balanced approach
South Africa has the twin challenge of getting more minerals out of the ground and adding greater value to our raw materials base. Infrastructure...

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