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How to rescue SA’s ailing economy

2020 was a challenging year for everybody, with no growth forecast in the economy, fears of a deep recession and a jobs bloodbath. Three experts contextualise this situation, focusing on what can be done in 2021 to slow down the spiral into an economic abyss

SIU wont relent as Lepelle Northern Water pushback against corruption probe

The SIU is investigating a water project in Giyani which was cost between R1.2-million and R1.4-million to drill a borehole

Ramaphosa gives go-ahead for new SIU probes

President Ramaphosa has authorised the Special Investigations Unit to look into corruption in a few government sectors

RAF mum on mystery payments

There is allegedly no record for why the acting chief executive paid SAP R10-million last year

Software giant SAP faces charges over Gupta-linked payments

A recently-concluded internal SAP investigation found irregularities in the management of third party transactions

Editorial: Putting ethics ahead of profits

The inclination to further entrench the reach of the private sector to plug the gaps left by the government will be our doom

Leading African growth

As the HR manager for SAP Africa, Queen Mokonoto is responsible for supporting the SAP business interests across the continent.

Knowing the right people

People are crucial to SAP's continued success.

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Can you get reinfected with Covid-19? SA has ‘4 000 potential reinfections’

Although the new strain 501Y.V2 of the virus has spread 50% more rapidly, current evidence shows that it is not more severe than the one experienced in the first wave

Luxor Paints loses CCMA case, must pay workers R40-m in back pay

Some of the 181 workers were dismissed for carrying sticks during a strike, others were dismissed even though they weren’t at the picket, but were deemed guilty by association

Pay-TV inquiry probes the Multichoice monopoly

Africa’s largest subscription television operator says it is under threat amid the emerging popularity of global platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime

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