A taste for the Spur (franchise) life


Court scraps 'monopolistic' piped gas price

Manufacturers vindicated, Nersa back to the drawing board.

A small change in legislation could earn Sars R5bn

An amendment to the Tobacco Products Control Act could potentially put a stop to the rampant trade of illicit cigarettes in SA.

Red flags in the longest bull market

There are many concerning global factors at the moment.

Barloworld reports solid first-half earnings as mining picks up

Significant revenue contributions came from its equipment businesses in Southern Africa.

SA civil servants to get above-inflation pay rise

Salaries to increase by as much as 7%, bargaining council says.

Innovate for change

Aspiring social entrepreneurs have to see familiar problems in a fresh way, and find the earning potential in that problem.

Suburbs with good schools command a premium price

The North Coast property belt is developing at a relentless rate putting pressure on the schools in the area.

How much is 'just enough for' elderly care?

Based on calculations, pensioners require R20 500 per month for essential expenses.

Sleepy pupils in the picture at high-tech Chinese school

Cameras using artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology can identify expressions of students in class, to make sure they pay attention.

Can you dismiss an employee for posting a racist comment on Facebook?

You need to ask if the statement made has a pejorative context that a reasonable person would ascribe as being racist or derogatory.

How will technology affect Africa’s continuing growth?

Education will ensure that the requisite skill levels are available so that Africa can benefit from new technologies.

How will increased VAT affect your property purchases?

Rate-specific rules apply to residential properties, including existing dwellings, the land on which it is built, and plots or plan deals on the land purchased.

Zara concept store greets shoppers with robots and holograms

Robot arms get garments into shoppers' hands at online-order collection points and iPad-wielding assistants help customers in store.

High data costs continue to hamper SME growth

South Africa needs more investment in communication and data infrastructure in order to improve accessibility.

Just who does a company auditor really serve?

'The thrust of reform should be on making auditors see that their client is the investor and not the company executive.'

Steinhoff begins creditor talks on restructuring ailing retailer

Steinhoff International's 10.4 billion euro debt is due in August.

Magda Wierzycka grills the JSE on investor protection

This 'monopoly' must review its regulations.

Murray & Roberts negotiating to take over Aveng

Aveng to be delisted if deal succeeds

Steinhoff sees first-half loss as retailer investigates accounts

Steinhoff has been selling off assets to boost liquidity but has reached the point where that strategy is unsustainable.


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