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Cracks appear in government’s e-toll user-pay principle

27 Sep 2021 /  Roy Cokayne   5
Proposed SABC household levy sending 'a mixed message' on the user-pay principle – Outa.

Nersa proposes complete overhaul of Eskom price determination

27 Sep 2021 /  Moneyweb   8
Regulator still has to decide how to deal with next year’s tariffs.

Sars claims ‘astronomical’ R19bn in taxes from company accused of tobacco smuggling

27 Sep 2021 /  Ciaran Ryan   13
Fears the company is spiriting trucks and other assets across the border to evade paying tax.

Fishing communities fear their livelihoods are threatened by Karpowership plan

26 Sep 2021 /  Liezl Human, GroundUp   10
Gas energy generation licences approved despite environmental concerns.

Delta variant extinguishes Beta in SA, study shows

25 Sep 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   1
The more infectious nature of the delta mutation of the coronavirus has seen it almost completely displace the beta variant in SA.

How to buy an affordable home in the Western Cape

25 Sep 2021 /  Tertuis Simmers   4
Finance Linked Individual Subsidy will no longer be dependent on bond approval.

Activists urge Ramaphosa to move N2 Wild Coast Toll Road

25 Sep 2021 /  Daniel Steyn, GroundUp   4
The road will bring destruction to the Wild Coast, they say. But SA National Roads Agency disagrees.

Turnover is high in South Africa’s higher education sector …

25 Sep 2021 /  Annette Snyman   2
What could turn the tide?

US billionaire plans SA Covid-19, cancer vaccine plant

24 Sep 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   14
NantAfrica wants to tap SA medical expertise in treating diseases prevalent in the country.

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   7
This is how.

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

24 Sep 2021 /  Shakira Akabor   22
Schools tend to reward in ways that are both traditional and unique.

Singing and dancing as SA’s national airline returns to the skies

23 Sep 2021 /  Sisipho Skweyiya, Reuters   5
'After so many months we've been waiting for this moment, I am so excited. I am over the moon,' Mapula Ramatswi, an SAA flight said.

Repo rate stays at 3.5% as expected

23 Sep 2021 /  Suren Naidoo   9
And the prime lending rate of commercial banks remains at a five-decade low of 7%.

Billionaire to back cancer, Covid vaccines in SA

23 Sep 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   1
ImmunityBio company is conducting trials of its Covid-19 vaccine in SA and has held talks with Cape Town’s Biovac Institute to potentially set up vaccine production facilities.

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