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SA’s R100bn industrial action plan

The South African government's latest three-year strategy has aimed to boost manufacturing capacity and create jobs but business is sceptical.

Pinnacle points finger at Absa

Luxury resort development group to explain what happened to millions of clothing workers' pension money after it was liquidated.

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 <i>The New Age</i>.

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.

Steel of a deal for Zuma Jnr

Duduzane Zuma and the Guptas are at it again -- they will benefit from a proposed Indian steel investment bolstered by government intervention.

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.

Lazarus Zim appointed Telkom chairperson

Lazarus Zim will replace Jeff Molobela as chairperson of Telkom with immediate effect for a one-year period.

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.

New Age to launch in December

The long-awaited print launch of <em>New Age </em>will take place on December 6, the newspaper's editor Henry Jeffreys confirmed on Tuesday.

‘People not knowingly sent into mines to die’

The mining industry does not knowingly and willingly send people into mines to die, Chamber of Mines outgoing president Lazarus Zim said on Tuesday. Speaking at the chamber's annual general meeting, Zim said the mining sector shares concerns about the escalating accident and fatality rate at South African mines.

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