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Zuma: Transformation of SA economy should have started in 1994

President Jacob Zuma said the past two decades had been an absolute waste, adding that the South African economy could have and should have been transformed by now.

Anglo American and Atlatsa agree on Restructure Plan

Atlatsa Resources Corporation has entered into a letter agreement with South African mining giant, Anglo American Platinum.

Job creation under sharp focus at BRICS Trade Union Forum

The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) said its expectations were high, ahead of the BRICS Trade Unions Forum, set to take place in China from July 24.

Brown: Carbon emissions can be reduced without shedding jobs

Public Enterprises Minister, Lynne Brown, said the single greatest challenge facing her department right now, was finding a way to reduce carbon emissions without compromising the country's development goals.

Eskom CFO cops to signing Tegeta guarantee

Eskom CFO Anoj Singh on Wednesday admitted to signing a billion rand guarantee to Absa Bank for a company owned by the Gupta family.

R990 000 for a parking bay 'all relative'

A parking bay in Clifton, Cape Town, is currently on the market with a price tag of R990 000.

Fitch says policy implementation the problem in SA

Ratings agency Fitch has shared its views on the country's economic plan presented by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba last week, and does not believe it will succeed.

Numsa strike update

A decision on whether a strike in the metal and engineering industry by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa will go ahead will be made known on July 21.

Matheson takes over Global Resources at Nike

Nike's Monique Matheson will take over at the helm of the company's Global Human Resources, succeeding David Ayre, who retires from the company this year.

Vodacom tightens its grip on Kenyan mobile market

The minority shareholders at Vodacom have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the proposed acquisition of a 35 percent stake in Kenya's Safaricom.

Brown refusing to talk Eskom bailout

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown is refusing to comment on whether or not Eskom will receive a government bailout.
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