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Corruption in state-owned companies hurts low skilled workers the most

24 Sep 2021  / Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu, Martin Henseler, Helene Maisonnave and Ramos Emmanuel Mabugu
This is how.

Why you should get vaccinated

23 Sep 2021  / 
It’s important to get 250 000 unvaccinated people to pitch up every workday till the end of the year to avoid the infection numbers seen in the second and third Covid waves: David Harrison – Vaccination Demand Task Team Lead, Department of Health.

Rewarding academic achievement in schools creates barriers: a South African perspective

24 Sep 2021  / Shakira Akabor
Schools tend to reward in ways that are both traditional and unique.

Zimbabwe had a bumper harvest: what went right and what needs work

24 Sep 2021  / Eness Paidamoyo Mutsvangwa-Sammie
The harvest of maize and other grains is capable of feeding the country’s 14.65m people for the next year.

Repo rate stays at 3.5% as expected

23 Sep 2021  / Suren Naidoo
And the prime lending rate of commercial banks remains at a five-decade low of 7%.
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Spur posts full-year profit, despite group revenue declining

23 Sep 2021  / Akhona Matshoba
The group says the improved performance is a sign of a slow but positive recovery.

LIVE ARCHIVE: Sarb Governor on MPC interest rate decision

23 Sep 2021  / Footage: Courtesy SARB
Watch as Lesetja Kganyago delivers his statement.

The herd of elephants in the value-added tax room

23 Sep 2021  / Amanda Visser
The withholding of legitimate Vat refunds can have a catastrophic impact on businesses.

France’s Canal+ buys an even bigger stake in MultiChoice

23 Sep 2021  / Duncan McLeod, TechCentral
Taking its shareholding to 15%.

Children’s first thousand days are critical, for SA’s future too - First Lady

22 Sep 2021  / Fifi Peters
‘We have to break the cycle of poverty in our society, the inequalities, by prioritising children in disadvantaged low-income families’: Dr Tshepo Motsepe – South Africa’s first lady and patron of the Early Care Foundation.

How can I invest R2.5m in such a way that it's all gone when I die?

23 Sep 2021  / Elke Brink
And how much can I draw down from this investment?...

Clicks CEO Vikesh Ramsunder resigns to take up top job in Australia

23 Sep 2021  / Akhona Matshoba
Group appoints Bertina Engelbrecht as its first black female CEO, with her appointment being effective from January next year.

Sasol maps out its future

23 Sep 2021  / Adriaan Kruger
Moving from dirty and harmful coal to zero emissions by 2050.

Stanlib’s head of listed property Keillen Ndlovu resigns

22 Sep 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Nesi Chetty to take over top post upon Ndlovu’s departure at the end of October.

Contract to operate the Gautrain post 2026 to go out on tender

23 Sep 2021  / Roy Cokayne
Gauteng government wants ‘competitive procurement’ rather than an extension of the Bombela concession.

South African positives to reflect on and look out for in late 2021

23 Sep 2021  / Simon Brown
Alexander Forbes executive chief economist Isaah Mhlanga considers recent constructive changes in the SA economy, US interest rates, local government elections and the medium-term budget policy statement.

SAA takes to the skies after being grounded for 544 days

23 Sep 2021  / Akhona Matshoba
The once-dominant national carrier is on the back foot as it resumes operations with a modest fleet.

Statistics say ‘Get the jab’

23 Sep 2021  / Ryk van Niekerk
The more people are vaccinated, the faster lockdown regulations can be lifted.

Remgro ‘still trading at a significant discount’ – Durand

23 Sep 2021  / Suren Naidoo
But share price hits 52-week high as investments in RCL, Distell, TotalEnergies and RMI Holdings boost full-year earnings.

How NFTs are making millionaires out of content creators

23 Sep 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Chris Becker, blockchain lead at Investec, explains how digital art, once considered a free giveaway, is suddenly making fortunes for artists thanks to the technology of blockchain.

Sibanye bets big on lithium demand rising

22 Sep 2021  / Fifi Peters
‘The real demand for battery metals is only beginning. I think you can see a doubling or even a tripling in the lithium price over the next four or five years, which is why we are making our entry now’: CEO Neal Froneman.

‘Damning’ high court judgment sets aside Mining Charter’s re-empowerment obligations

22 Sep 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Court finds that the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act does not empower the minister to make law.

Does a divorced spouse benefit from the sale of a deceased ex's property?

22 Sep 2021  / Rick Briers-Danks
Both parties are still registered as co-owners of the property. ...

Corporate taxpayers on their experiences with Sars

22 Sep 2021  / Barbara Curson
PwC survey indicates that more businesses expect to be audited.

Outa asks Nersa for reasons behind approving Karpowership’s generation licences

22 Sep 2021  / Suren Naidoo
The energy regulator approved seven emergency power generation licence applications on Tuesday as part of the government's Risk Mitigation Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme.

FSCA’s warning on Binance is the latest salvo against crypto operators

22 Sep 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, has come under regulatory scrutiny in several countries.



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