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SAA creditors back business rescue, financing details to follow SAA creditors back business rescue, financing details to followDate: 15/07/2020

SAA’s creditors have given the stricken state-owned airline’s revised business rescue plan the green light, with 86% of them...

Visit Knysna launches ‘sneak peak’ virtual tours with local tourist guides Visit Knysna launches ‘sneak peak’ virtual tours with local tourist guidesDate: 14/07/2020

Visit Knysna, the Destination Marketing Organisation for the greater Knysna area recently nominated Mark Dixon of Sedgefield...

Former skipper Burger Odendaal ditches Bulls for Lions Former skipper Burger Odendaal ditches Bulls for LionsDate: 14/07/2020

In a significant boost to the Lions midfield, former Bulls captain Burger Odendaal has signed a one-year deal with the side...

Alcohol industry shocked by government’s U-turn Alcohol industry shocked by government’s U-turnDate: 14/07/2020

The embattled liquor industry says President Cyril Ramaphosa’s immediate decision to ban the sale of alcohol will lead...

Coronavirus: South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat Covid-19 Coronavirus: South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat Covid-19Date: 13/07/2020

South Africa has introduced new restrictions, including another ban on alcohol sales, to help contain the spread of coronavirus...

City Power backtracks on shock prepaid charge (again) City Power backtracks on shock prepaid charge (again)Date: 13/07/2020

The City of Johannesburg has backtracked on a contentious R200 per month capacity charge for all residential prepaid...

Total will continue with its exploration in offshore SA Total will continue with its exploration in offshore SADate: 09/07/2020

The leopard, or rather the Luiperd-1, is the next well that will be drilled 175km off the southern coast of South Africa by French

‘Reckless’ and ‘irregular’ new hires at nuclear plant during lockdown ‘Reckless’ and ‘irregular’ new hires at nuclear plant during lockdownDate: 08/07/2020

Nuclear Energy Company of SA (Necsa) seems to be getting back on its feet after the appointment of Dave Nicholls as chair...

Outa takes Sanral to court Outa takes Sanral to courtDate: 08/07/2020

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) suspects long-distance toll concessionaires may be making excessive profits and...

Covid-19: Salary cuts and tax impact Covid-19: Salary cuts and tax impactDate: 06/07/2020

Unlike public sector entities, most private sector companies have been forced to reduce their salary bills in order to keep...

Get ready for an August peak in stock prices Get ready for an August peak in stock pricesDate: 06/07/2020

The coronavirus crash and rebound have stumped many professional fund managers, with some suggesting it is the so-called...

Hoteliers plead for Covid-19 business interruption insurance payouts Hoteliers plead for Covid-19 business interruption insurance payoutsDate: 02/07/2020

Battle lines have been drawn in a David and Goliath clash between distressed tourism and hospitality businesses and insurance...

New Brakpan mall will be ‘a breath of fresh air’ New Brakpan mall will be ‘a breath of fresh air’Date: 02/07/2020

Eateries like Mugg & Bean, Steers/Debonairs and Piccolo Family Kitchen are further attractions along with more special...

Tax season changes taxpayers should take note of Tax season changes taxpayers should take note ofDate: 01/07/2020

Taxpayers who aren’t sure whether their auto-assessed tax return is accurate should get advice from a registered tax...

Tobacco wars: behind the scenes of Batsa’s urgent court application Tobacco wars: behind the scenes of Batsa’s urgent court applicationDate: 01/07/2020

The urgent application brought by British American Tobacco South Africa (Batsa) to have a ban on the sale of tobacco products...

Restaurants ‘bewildered’ by booze ban, to challenge Patel for reasons Restaurants ‘bewildered’ by booze ban, to challenge Patel for reasonsDate: 30/06/2020

The Restaurant Association of SA wants to know why alcohol cannot be sold to sit-down customers...

June the last month for UIF payouts June the last month for UIF payoutsDate: 30/06/2020

This is because the payments were intended as a stop-gap measure for a period of three months or until such time that lockdown...

LEILA FOURIE: Covid-19 offers chance to build back better than before LEILA FOURIE: Covid-19 offers chance to build back better than beforeDate: 29/06/2020

Our next threat is climate change and inexorably rising temperatures, but in trying to flatten the infection curve we...

Court blow for Steinhoff shareholders Court blow for Steinhoff shareholdersDate: 29/06/2020

The court’s decision prevents a Steinhoff shareholder from launching a class action intended to get compensation for the losses...

Job losses and site closures hit retail motor sectorDate: 24/06/2020

Motus retrenches 2 000 people, while Combined Motor Holdings slashes its headcount by 15% with plans for more cuts...

SAA rescue plan faces pushback from competitor and labour SAA rescue plan faces pushback from competitor and labourDate: 23/06/2020

A vote to accept or reject South African Airways’s (SAA) rescue plan is due to take place on Thursday, but not without hurdles...

Historic Edward and Mount Grace hotels to reopen under Tsogo Sun Historic Edward and Mount Grace hotels to reopen under Tsogo SunDate: 22/06/2020

This comes after Marriott International terminates management agreement in the wake of Covid-19 economic fallout...

Municipal manager gets 48% increase during lockdown Municipal manager gets 48% increase during lockdownDate: 22/06/2020

Municipalities are sheltering behind three-year agreements concluded in 2018 with the SA Local Government Association that...

Mboweni warns of debt crisis unless South African budget is cut Mboweni warns of debt crisis unless South African budget is cutDate: 19/06/2020

South Africa must cut spending to avoid a sovereign debt crisis within the next four years, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said...

Government expected to support restructured SAA until March 2024 Government expected to support restructured SAA until March 2024Date: 17/06/2020

On top of being expected to raise R10.3 billion for the restructured South African Airways (SAA), the rescue practitioners...

Joburg city councillors want to give themselves ‘outrageous’ increases Joburg city councillors want to give themselves ‘outrageous’ increasesDate: 15/06/2020

Residents of Joburg are being asked to comment on the city’s latest budget proposals – and they probably should...

Coronavirus crisis could see number of extreme poor rise to 1.1bn worldwide – researchers Coronavirus crisis could see number of extreme poor rise to 1.1bn worldwide – researchersDate: 12/06/2020

The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic could plunge an extra 395 million people into extreme poverty and swell...

Fita: Tobacco is a stimulant, much like coffee Fita: Tobacco is a stimulant, much like coffeeDate: 11/06/2020

In what might be the biggest court battle between the government and corporate South Africa amid the pandemic, the Fair Trade...

Hackers strike at Life Healthcare, extent of data breach yet to be assessed Hackers strike at Life Healthcare, extent of data breach yet to be assessedDate: 09/06/2020

Admissions systems, business processing systems and e-mail servers have been taken offline by the Life Healthcare Group, which...

It just got much harder to litigate consumers into bankruptcy It just got much harder to litigate consumers into bankruptcyDate: 09/06/2020

One of the most shocking legal abuses in the country is the practice of suing consumers in the high courts for the recovery...



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