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Has online grocery shopping peaked?

30 May 2020  / Spencer Soper and Matthew Boyle, Bloomberg 
Americans, it turns out, would rather visit a store than buy food online.

Concern over worker safety grows

29 May 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
As employers fail to comply with Covid-19 regulations. From June 1 most of South Africa's industries can return to full operation.

Batsa continues legal fight to lift tobacco ban

29 May 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
Group says it must stand up for its customers, suppliers and employees.

PIC CFO suspension extended as disciplinary clears her of Ayo charges

29 May 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
Board says it will be "ill-advised" to reinstate suspended PIC CFO Matshepo More

Sars versus taxpayers

29 May 2020  / Barbara Curson
Revenue service responds to Moneyweb reader experiences.

UIF to employers: Let us pay Ters benefits directly to employees

29 May 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
While commissioner lambasts rumours that the fund is not paying foreign workers.

LIVE ARCHIVE: Economic cluster detail Level 3 regulations

29 May 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of SABC
Briefing due at 2pm on Friday.

Business in Level 3 – what you need to know

29 May 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
Workplace plans, agreements and hypervigilance.

Simon’s weekly wrap-up: changing trends

29 May 2020  / Simon Brown
A look at no-name brands and industrial mineral mining gaining traction, rand theories and Curro’s online school offering.

Covid-19: Taxpayers can apply for a tax debt deferment

29 May 2020  / Amanda Visser
Up to 35% of an employer’s total employee PAYE tax liability may be deferred as well as 35% of its provisional tax liability.

SA's plan to regulate cryptocurrency

29 May 2020  / Adriaan Kruger
Proposals aim to severely limit anonymous transactions in cyberspace.

Nissan tight-lipped about strategy for Africa as it ‘transforms’

29 May 2020  / Roy Cokayne
After announcing R3bn investment in its Rosslyn plant for the new Navara pickup last year.

Arrowhead and Exemplar deliver better than expected results

29 May 2020  / Suren Naidoo
But Covid-19 presents risks for the property sector.

Embattled tourism industry wants to start ‘opening up’ in Level 3

29 May 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Declares it will have stringent protocols in place to deal with Covid-19.

South Africa has backlog of about 80 000 Covid-19 tests

29 May 2020  / Amogelang Mbatha, Bloomberg 
As a shortage of kits hinders testing.

Will the township economy survive Covid?

28 May 2020  / Nompu Siziba
We need to have an entrepreneurial revolution in SA, one of self-reliance, where people begin to accept they need to look after themselves: Khandani Msibi.

PIC proposes converting Eskom bonds into equity - chairman

28 May 2020  / Alexander Winning, Reuters
'It's still at the conceptual stage, but it's a concept that we want to believe ... could serve as a chopping block for thinking,' Khoza said.

The inescapable truths investors face now

28 May 2020  / Keith Wade
Covid-19 reality: What the combination of higher savings rates and lower capital investment means for global growth.

Live archive: Trade in alcohol allowed

28 May 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of SABC
Limited to Monday to Thursday.

Check your insurance policy

28 May 2020  / Adriaan Kruger
Ombud for short-term cover warns that paying your premium is not the only requirement.

SAA's ex-chair Dudu Myeni banned from directorships

28 May 2020  / John Bowker and Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg
For life, and ordered to pay legal costs.

Can you buy shares in a listed company that wants to delist?

28 May 2020  / Mauro Forlin
And what happens to those shares if the company does delist? ...

Rand climbs to 9-week high vs dollar

28 May 2020  / Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Reuters
As optimism over recovering global growth boosts sentiment.

Preference shareholders bail out Ecsponent

28 May 2020  / Suren Naidoo
In R2.3bn debt-for-equity agreement. But it’s uncertain whether they will get to recoup their investment.

GEPF head appointed CEO of PIC

28 May 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
Public Investment Corporation has not had a permanent chief executive since the resignation of Dan Matjila in December 2018.

Pepkor 'confident' it will gain market share amid pandemic

28 May 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
As it continues to provide discounted products for babies and children.

Covid-19 adds to SAA costs

28 May 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
Unused tickets which could become due for refund this year amount to R3bn.

SA's latest Covid-19 stats: The good and the bad

28 May 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Highest number of tests done in a day, but infections also reach a new daily peak.

PSG Group to offload 28.11% stake in Capitec to shareholders

27 May 2020  / Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
Post-unbundling it will retain a 4.3% shareholding in the bank.



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  Yip, SARS has an answer to everything. The processes allow them to keep on asking for requirements, therefore delaying payments (Tax returned) forever. I've been busy for 5 years. SARS can answer all they like, the fact of the matter is that they have the upper hand. You cannot sweeten a t...  


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