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SA's R100bn industrial action plan
SA's R100bn industrial action plan
South Africa's industrial policy has come up against heavy weather as it battles the economic downturn, spiralling internal input costs such as...
Pinnacle points finger at Absa
Pinnacle points finger at Absa
It was a luxury golfing resort development group that catered for the affluent, yet R250-million of clothing workers' pension funds was mysteriously sunk into the AltX-listed Pinnacle Point Group before it was liquidated last year....
Zuma, Lazarus Zim and the pricy New Age breakfast
Zuma, Lazarus Zim and the pricy New Age breakfast
In what appears to be clear case of a conflict of interest, Telkom is sponsoring presidential breakfast briefings hosted by The New Age...
Cosatu raises red flag on Guptas
Cosatu raises red flag on Guptas
Cosatu will bring the ANC's lack of consultation on key state appointments into the spotlight at this week's alliance summit, which started on...
Steel of a deal for Zuma Jnr
Steel of a deal for Zuma Jnr
Duduzane Zuma and the Guptas are at it again -- they will benefit from a proposed multibillion-rand Indian steel investment bolstered by government...
Afripalm signs with India's Sail for steel mill
Afripalm signs with India's Sail for steel mill
Afripalm Resources signed a memorandum of understanding with Steel Authority of India to build a steel mill in South Africa, Business Day...
Lazarus Zim appointed Telkom chairperson
Lazarus Zim appointed Telkom chairperson
Lazarus Zim will replace Jeff Molobela as chairperson of Telkom with immediate effect for a one-year period as part of his three-year tenure as a...
Lazarus Zim resigns from Kumba
Lazarus Zim resigns from Kumba
Lazarus Zim has resigned as chairperson and non-executive director of Kumba Iron Ore with effect from December 14 2010, the company said in a...
New Age to launch in December
New Age to launch in December
The long-awaited print launch of New Age will take place on December 6, the newspaper's editor Henry Jeffreys confirmed on Tuesday.
Anglo too white for govt
Anglo too white for govt
Government has slammed Anglo American for failing to put black South Africans in top-tier management positions.
Govt takes aim at mine managers
Govt takes aim at mine managers
South Africa, the world's largest producer of precious metals, plans to extend its crackdown on mine safety and may prosecute mine managers if...
Kumba CEO begins secondment with Eskom
Kumba CEO begins secondment with Eskom
Kumba's chief executive officer Ras Myburgh will resign from his position to begin a secondment with Eskom for two years, the iron ore company...

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