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Tebogo Tshwane is a curious and enthusiastic journalist with an interest in public policy and labour. She started her career at Eyewitness News as an intern and then moved to the Mail and Guardian where she was a business reporter underneath the Adamela Trust before joining Moneyweb in 2019.

Stage 2 load shedding not over yet – Eskom

As of 17:00 on Thursday Eskom believed it could downgrade load shedding to Stage 1 on Friday but this has been derailed.

Treasury moves mini budget date – again

This is the second time that the MTBPS has been moved.

How businesses can use social media to boost customer engagement

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn are forcing businesses to reimagine customer interaction – ‘adapt or die’.

Blockchain and the healthcare sector

Yes – blockchain, not bitcoin.

How blockchain can benefit healthcare

Blockchain technology could revolutionise the way the healthcare market stores and transfers patient data in a decentralised, secure way – improving access to patient records.

Only two provinces have above-average living conditions – report

New index finds they are the usual culprits: Gauteng and the Western Cape.

CCMA saw ‘unanticipated’ increase in case load in 2018/9

Legislative changes and large-scale retrenchments the leading causes.

Gems 2019: Digitising towards universal healthcare

Government Employees Medical Scheme COO Dr Stan Moloabi outlines the scheme’s strategy for 4IR and where it fits into the NHI fund.

Amcu issues stern warning to corporates that ‘steal from workers’

The union has launched a theft and profit-shifting case against chrome miner Samancor.

Private healthcare market is ‘failing consumers’ – CompCom

Members pay high prices that aren’t matched by a demonstrated improvement in health outcomes: report.

Climate change could drive the next financial crisis

SA urged to respond as UN report calls for drastic action to fund new global green deal.

Nando’s takes the country’s creative heritage to the world

Global fast-food chain says it is now the biggest exporter of South African design.

Social partners grapple with the future of Nedlac

Council held its 24th Summit under the theme ‘Creating jobs together, preparing for the future of work and the fourth industrial revolution’.

Basa urges unions to call off banking strike, return to drawing board

Cosatu to appeal court decision and resubmit Section 77 strike certificate.

Banks and unions should tackle underlying issues to job cuts

Over 40 000 workers could embark on a national strike on Friday to stop retrenchments in the industry.
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