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Restructuring for the Differently-Abled Restructuring for the Differently-AbledDate: 10/11/2021

Establishments that have been affected by the covid regulations can restructure their businesses to accommodate the...

Bitou Municipality Supports SMMEs Bitou Municipality Supports SMMEsDate: 14/10/2021

The Acting Executive Mayor, Cllr Sandiso Gcabayi has congratulated small business owners who have received financial assistance...

Update on the restoration of Plettenberg Bay Airport to accommodate commercial flights by Cemair Update on the restoration of Plettenberg Bay Airport to accommodate commercial flights by CemairDate: 09/09/2021

Bitou Local Municipality and CemAir (Pty) Ltd are in the process of entering into a binding agreement to restore the...

Nova has sold more than half of its investment properties Nova has sold more than half of its investment propertiesDate: 22/04/2021

The Nova Property Group continued to sell its investment properties during its latest financial year, and only 11 of the 28...

Drinks company wary of more alcohol bans for South Africa Drinks company wary of more alcohol bans for South AfricaDate: 21/04/2021

The Distell Group has published a voluntary performance update for the nine months ended 31 March 2021, detailing how South...

Mminele exit: Absa board faces serious questions Mminele exit: Absa board faces serious questionsDate: 21/04/2021

On Friday, Business Report hinted at a disagreement between the former CEO and the board. “Heated talks” last week failed...

My planned solar system upgrade My planned solar system upgradeDate: 20/04/2021

After nearly 10 years living off-grid and some 240 months not paying the municipality or Eskom a cent for electricity...

6 new developments which will create more than 5,000 jobs in South Africa 6 new developments which will create more than 5,000 jobs in South AfricaDate: 15/04/2021

Deputy Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition, Nomalungelo Gina, says that the government’s Special Economic Zones...

SA faces sugar shortage as local producers hit ‘slight supply dip’ SA faces sugar shortage as local producers hit ‘slight supply dip’Date: 14/04/2021

The Association of Southern Africa Sugar Importers (Asasi) chairperson and Super Syrups founder Chris Engelbrecht told Business...

Powerships: Consumers will carry the risk Powerships: Consumers will carry the riskDate: 13/04/2021

The government’s proposed deal with Karpowership SA to buy electricity generated on its three floating power stations over...

Phumelela Gaming’s old Nelson Mandela Bay racecourse on the auction block Phumelela Gaming’s old Nelson Mandela Bay racecourse on the auction blockDate: 13/04/2021

The sale of prime land forms part of the business rescue plan of SA’s largest horse racing and tote-betting operator...

‘Local bonds offer investors significant opportunity’ ‘Local bonds offer investors significant opportunity’Date: 12/04/2021

For foreigners, it’s a no brainer for local investors to invest in SA bonds: PortfolioMetrix’s Philip Bradford...

Activists in renewed battle with Eskom over new nuclear plant Activists in renewed battle with Eskom over new nuclear plantDate: 09/04/2021

CIVIL organisations renewed their long-running battle with Eskom after the state-owned parastatal filed response to the Nuclear...

South Africa to set up new land court – which will allow ‘hearsay’ evidence on land claims South Africa to set up new land court – which will allow ‘hearsay’ evidence on land claimsDate: 09/04/2021

A draft copy of the new Land Court Bill has been published, detailing the government’s plans to establish a specialist Land...

‘End of Eskom’: Expert says power utility is lying about Oracle plan B ‘End of Eskom’: Expert says power utility is lying about Oracle plan BDate: 08/04/2021

Oracle claims it is owed money by the utility, initially R7.3 billion, but reduced to ‘just under R400 million. However, Eskom...

Businesses in these areas in South Africa are under the most financial pressure Businesses in these areas in South Africa are under the most financial pressureDate: 08/04/2021

First-quarter 2021 data from FNB’s Commercial Property Broker Survey shows which major metropolitan areas in the country...

Petrol and electricity price hikes are a double blow for stressed consumers Petrol and electricity price hikes are a double blow for stressed consumersDate: 07/04/2021

CONSUMERS will be digging deep into their pockets for petrol and electricity as prices soar to their highest in spite...

Construction industry to bounce back in 2021 Construction industry to bounce back in 2021Date: 06/04/2021

South Africa’s construction industry is expected to bounce back in 2021 after being the sector with the poorest performance...

Bitou deputy mayor lends a helping hand to the needy Bitou deputy mayor lends a helping hand to the needyDate: 29/03/2021

The office of the Bitou deputy mayor, Sandiso Gcabyai, has run several humanitarian outreach and relief programmes to improve...

Businesses are worried about a third Covid-19 wave and another lockdown for South Africa Businesses are worried about a third Covid-19 wave and another lockdown for South AfricaDate: 25/03/2021

The trade sector experienced a tough start to the new year, and much of the performance of the sector still largely reflects...

Hack of Hack of '150,000 cameras' investigated by camera firmDate: 10/03/2021

A hack of up to 150,000 security cameras installed in schools, hospitals and businesses is being investigated by the firm that...

Eskom board investigates racism allegations made against CEO Eskom board investigates racism allegations made against CEODate: 09/03/2021

The board of power utility Eskom says it will be investigating its group CEO André de Ruyter, regarding an allegation of racism...

Where does plastic pollution go when it enters the ocean? Where does plastic pollution go when it enters the ocean?Date: 08/03/2021

Of the hundreds of millions of tonnes of plastic waste we produce each year, it’s estimated that around ten million tonnes...

Covid-19 claims Absa deputy CEO Peter Matlare Covid-19 claims Absa deputy CEO Peter MatlareDate: 08/03/2021

Peter Matlare, the Absa banking group’s deputy CEO and head of its Africa regional operations, died of Covid-19 complications...

Standard Bank customers furious as transactions ‘deducted more than once’ Standard Bank customers furious as transactions ‘deducted more than once’Date: 04/03/2021

Standard Bank customers are fuming after transactions went off more than once. Some who were trying to make payment had...

Planned business laws for South Africa will give government ‘sweeping powers’ over contracts: analysts Planned business laws for South Africa will give government ‘sweeping powers’ over contracts: analystsDate: 04/03/2021

Analysts have raised concerns around the National Small Enterprise Amendment Bill and the potentially harmful effect it could...

Yet another fuel price hike for consumers Yet another fuel price hike for consumersDate: 03/03/2021

The Energy Department has announced that the price of petrol will increase by 65 cents on Wednesday, 3 March...

Google wants to give Africans R1.3m each for news-business ideas, amid Australian war Google wants to give Africans R1.3m each for news-business ideas, amid Australian warDate: 26/02/2021

Applications have just opened for a new round of a Google-funded scheme to help media organisations in the African region...

Budget 2021: Here Budget 2021: Here's how much less income tax you'll pay - and all the other big tax changesDate: 25/02/2021

A sharp increase in tax payments from mines (thanks to booming commodity prices), and a faster-than-expected recovery in VAT...

Big investments coming to the auto sector in 2021 Big investments coming to the auto sector in 2021Date: 24/02/2021

The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa) is anticipating another very good year of capital...



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