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Beer craze may boost Aussie barley shipments to India

6 Dec 2020 /  Sybilla Gross, Bloomberg   1
After its biggest buyer China all but halted imports this year.

SA to review petroleum product supplies

5 Dec 2020 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters  
After refinery shutdown.

Government asked, again, to mandate safety rating labelling on cars

4 Dec 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   4
WATCH: Crash test results show differences in South Africa vs other markets' car models.

Competition settlement: Only two construction firms up to date on payments

30 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   3
'Each company must plead its own case for deferment' – Safcec.

Construction sector collusion and bid-rigging settlement agreement in trouble

27 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   3
Stefanutti Stocks wants to negotiate a deferment of this year’s instalment with government.

Export taxes becoming more prevalent globally

27 Nov 2020 /  Amanda Visser   12
SA is following the trend by introducing an export tax on scrap metal exports in 2021.

Aveng to embark on rights offer to raise R300m minimum

26 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   12
Capital raise is part of a plan to restructure its debt and recapitalise the group

PPC forensic investigation report takes centre stage in court case

26 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne  
Former employee wants a copy for her unfair dismissal case and a defamation case launched against her by PPC and its former CFO.

Protests disrupt, halt operations at cement industry transport companies

25 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   10
Transport drivers' union claims it's engaging with the firms on compliance with bargaining council agreement.

Supreme Court rules in favour of Sanral after contractors claim force majeure

23 Nov 2020 /  Ciaran Ryan   4
This follows community activists disrupting construction work on the Wild Coast Mtentu bridge project.

Cement imports surge to near record highs amid SA shortages

23 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne  
Industry still waiting to hear outcome of application for tariff protection against imported cement.

SA court declares 2015 oil sale from national reserves invalid

20 Nov 2020 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters  
Central Energy Fund and subsidiary are taking legal advice.

Manufacturers call for tax changes to boost new vehicle sales

19 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   12
Sector proposes various tax-based support measures to stimulate sales post Covid-19 – including pausing the carbon tax.

WBHO plans to retain Aussie presence, despite massive loss-making contracts

18 Nov 2020 /  Roy Cokayne   1
Group reports R549m after-tax loss, with potentially R396m in unrecoverable Covid-19 costs.

Green cars aren’t that clean in SA

17 Nov 2020 /  Adriaan Kruger   17
Eskom's high emissions, together with high import taxes and steep prices, detract from the allure of electric vehicles.

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