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Concern over worker safety grows

29 May 2020 /  Tebogo Tshwane   2
As employers fail to comply with Covid-19 regulations. From June 1 most of South Africa's industries can return to full operation.

PIC CFO suspension extended as disciplinary clears her of Ayo charges

29 May 2020 /  Tebogo Tshwane    2
Board says it will be "ill-advised" to reinstate suspended PIC CFO Matshepo More

Old Mutual hopes to make announcement on new CEO soon -chairman

29 May 2020 /  Emma Rumney, Reuters   2
The 175-year-old insurer has been led by acting CEO Iain Williamson since June last year.

South Africa’s trade balance swings to R35bn deficit in April

29 May 2020 /  Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Reuters   1
Imports were down 6.5% to R88.03 billion

LIVE ARCHIVE: Economic cluster detail Level 3 regulations

29 May 2020 /  Footage: Courtesy of SABC   2
Briefing due at 2pm on Friday.

South African Airways administrators seek more time for rescue plan

29 May 2020 /  Alexander Winning, Reuters   2
If the delay in publication is approved, they will start those talks on June 1, they said in the letter, dated May 28.

Batsa continues legal fight to lift tobacco ban

29 May 2020 /  Melitta Ngalonkulu   9
Group says it must stand up for its customers, suppliers and employees.

SA’s plan to regulate cryptocurrency

29 May 2020 /  Adriaan Kruger   6
Proposals aim to severely limit anonymous transactions in cyberspace.

Rand falls, focus on Trump’s Hong Kong response

29 May 2020 /  Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Reuters   4
In fixed income, the yield on the 10-year government bond was up 2.5 basis points at 8.96%.

South Africa has backlog of about 80 000 Covid-19 tests

29 May 2020 /  Amogelang Mbatha, Bloomberg    5
As a shortage of kits hinders testing.

Sars versus taxpayers

29 May 2020 /  Barbara Curson    23
Revenue service responds to Moneyweb reader experiences.

UIF to employers: Let us pay Ters benefits directly to employees

29 May 2020 /  Melitta Ngalonkulu   12
While commissioner lambasts rumours that the fund is not paying foreign workers.

Embattled tourism industry wants to start ‘opening up’ in Level 3

29 May 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   17
Declares it will have stringent protocols in place to deal with Covid-19.

Business in Level 3 – what you need to know

29 May 2020 /  Tebogo Tshwane   8
Workplace plans, agreements and hypervigilance.

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