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We were all ‘duped’ by Steinhoff, says former PIC CEO Dan Matjila We were all ‘duped’ by Steinhoff, says former PIC CEO Dan MatjilaDate: 17/07/2019

The state asset manager increased its investment in the entity that imploded in December 2017, rather than pulling out...

State approves Tormin’s massive West Coast mining expansion State approves Tormin’s massive West Coast mining expansionDate: 17/07/2019

Government has given Australian-owned Tormin mine the go-ahead to vastly expand its current extraction of mineral sands...

Petrol to go up while diesel goes down Petrol to go up while diesel goes downDate: 16/07/2019

The AA predicts a 7 cent per litre increase for petrol, with a 20 cent decrease for diesel in August...

Black Business Council welcomes Patel’s R40bn cash injection for black industrialists Black Business Council welcomes Patel’s R40bn cash injection for black industrialistsDate: 16/07/2019

The Black Industrialists Programme aims to unlock the potential of industrialists in key sectors of the economy...

Coal, nuclear and fracking back on the table as energy debate continues Coal, nuclear and fracking back on the table as energy debate continuesDate: 15/07/2019

The Integrated Resource Plan, which details the country’s future energy needs in all forms, is being finalised and will then...

Jacob Zuma could expose his accusers at Zondo inquiry Jacob Zuma could expose his accusers at Zondo inquiryDate: 15/07/2019

Former president Jacob Zuma, who has been central to allegations of state capture, will address the Zondo commission of inquiry...

Fuel levy stuffs govt coffers, but bleeds motorists dry Fuel levy stuffs govt coffers, but bleeds motorists dryDate: 11/07/2019

Government is using the fuel levy to boost its coffers, and motorists are bearing the brunt. In 2009, R1.77 for every litre...

Eskom has yet another headache: A R11.5 billion annual carbo Eskom has yet another headache: A R11.5 billion annual carboDate: 10/07/2019

South Africa’s troubled state-owned power utility has yet another thing to worry about - a big carbon tax bill expected to kick...

Nuclear chair resigns as governance crisis boils on Nuclear chair resigns as governance crisis boils onDate: 08/07/2019

Rob Adam’s resignation has been welcomed by labour, which regarded his appointment as irregular and illegal, and is also...

Embattled Tongaat to slash R1bn in cost-cutting drive Embattled Tongaat to slash R1bn in cost-cutting driveDate: 08/07/2019

Tongaat Hulett has outlined an ambitious cost-cutting drive to save roughly R1bn, Business Day has learnt, as part of efforts...

Landmark ruling stops banks from raiding your accounts Landmark ruling stops banks from raiding your accountsDate: 03/07/2019

Common law set-off has allowed banks to debit any amount they consider to be validly due to them without notifying...

Ministers from Africa’s largest oil and gas nations to meet at Africa Oil Week in Cape Town Ministers from Africa’s largest oil and gas nations to meet at Africa Oil Week in Cape TownDate: 02/07/2019

Tunisian Energy Minister Slim Feriani will be joining the government speaker line-up for the first time in AOW’s history...

Lynne Brown plans to clear name with Zondo Lynne Brown plans to clear name with ZondoDate: 25/06/2019

Babadi Tlatsana named several prominent ANC members while detailing the alleged capture of her company...

Compliance with national minimum wage ‘to be strictly enforced’ Compliance with national minimum wage ‘to be strictly enforced’Date: 25/06/2019

The department of labour was speaking addressing Chinese employers at a stakeholder engagement in Mahikeng...

Ramaphosa’s supporters need to leave Busi alone, advises analyst Ramaphosa’s supporters need to leave Busi alone, advises analystDate: 24/06/2019

Mkhwebane herself is being probed for her fitness to hold office at a time when she is getting deeper into what happened...

EDITORIAL: SABC crisis a result of state meddling EDITORIAL: SABC crisis a result of state meddlingDate: 20/06/2019

When the new non-executive and executive directors took their seats for the first time in 2018, hopes were high that these...

SABC on the brink of a switch-off SABC on the brink of a switch-offDate: 19/06/2019

The SABC is on the brink of collapse, warning that it could be forced to go off the air as soon as “tomorrow” unless the...

Steinhoff takes first steps toward recovery as losses narrow Steinhoff takes first steps toward recovery as losses narrowDate: 19/06/2019

Steinhoff International Holdings said losses in the year through September were almost a quarter of what they were in the...

eSwatini calls for solar power bids to ease reliance on Eskom eSwatini calls for solar power bids to ease reliance on EskomDate: 19/06/2019

The kingdom of eSwatini has called for bids to build 40MW of solar power capacity to reduce reliance on SA’s troubled state...

‘Fewer but newer’ nuclear arms in the world – report ‘Fewer but newer’ nuclear arms in the world – reportDate: 18/06/2019

The drop in recent years can mainly be attributed to the US and Russia, whose combined arsenals still make up more than 90...

Sanral remains the victim of lazy analysis and shoddy reporting Sanral remains the victim of lazy analysis and shoddy reportingDate: 18/06/2019

SANRAL was again the recipient of this hurried analysis in an article republished in The Citizen and written by Moneyweb this...

SA SA's bank transactions a good sign for growth - maybeDate: 13/06/2019

Economic transactions increased again in May across all measurement periods, according to the BankservAfrica Economic...

Comrades winner Edward Mothibi to pay off his house with his winnings Comrades winner Edward Mothibi to pay off his house with his winningsDate: 12/06/2019

Edward Mothibi’s first act of financial prudence after winning the Comrades Marathon at the weekend is paying off the house...

Fat pensions were the reason why 9 ANC MPs resigned Fat pensions were the reason why 9 ANC MPs resignedDate: 12/06/2019

Ministers pocket more than R2.4 million per year, while ordinary members of parliament earn less than a chief magistrate...

SA risks losing drivers and exports if truck torchings continue SA risks losing drivers and exports if truck torchings continueDate: 12/06/2019

There will be dire consequences for economic growth and investment should there not be any intervention from the authorities...

eSwatini calls for solar power bids to ease reliance on Eskom eSwatini calls for solar power bids to ease reliance on EskomDate: 11/06/2019

The kingdom of eSwatini has called for bids to build 40MW of solar power capacity to reduce reliance on SA’s troubled state...

Thousands to lose jobs as Standard Bank shuts down Pretoria branches Thousands to lose jobs as Standard Bank shuts down Pretoria branchesDate: 11/06/2019

More than 100 branches are set to be affected, but employees will be receiving severance packages that exceed labour relations...

SAA appoints Zuks Ramasia as interim CEO SAA appoints Zuks Ramasia as interim CEODate: 10/06/2019

The SAA board on Friday announced the previous general manager as the interim CEO while they look for a replacement...

SA SA's public enterprises: Millions wasted and almost no permanent CEOsDate: 10/06/2019

President Cyril Ramaphosa recently met with chief executives of 20 state-owned companies to discuss the challenges plaguing...



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