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Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Court overturns Necsa board suspension, Please Call Me inventor expects more in compensation, driver demerit system is signed into law and more.

Greenpeace says SA is no 2 sulfur dioxide hotspot

Two areas in the country are among the top-10 global emitters of the sharp-smelling gas.

Please Call Me inventor wants more than R10bn

Nkosana Makate heads back to court to challenge the R47m settlement offered by Vodacom.

Government sets up demerit system for drivers

Outa is concerned the act could be used to force motorists into paying e-tolls.

Hey! Big Businesses! Pay your suppliers!

Pay entrepreneurs on time, and make the need for legislation in this regard unnecessary.

South Africa’s construction industry could become safer. Here’s how

Uniform policies around health and safety management within the construction industry is lacking.

Old Mutual board throws jabs at Peter Moyo’s bid to censure its conduct

The 14-member board asks the High Court in Johannesburg to dismiss Moyo’s application to have its conduct declared in contempt of court.

Banks worried over new SA law giving clients debt relief

The banking industry, clothing retailers and the DA are opposing the bill.

Kholofelo Maponya demands opportunity to clear his name

Says multiple attempts to appear before the inquiry were ignored despite serious allegations being made against him.

Public protector hit with second punitive costs order

Mkhwebane's office ordered to pay 85% of costs of the DA and Casac.

SA debt ‘becoming uncomfortable’, but no bailout requested – IMF

SA's debt approaches 60% of economic output.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Choppies to exit SA market, Gold Fields results, who will take Eskom's top job, IDC results and more.

Ramaphosa’s dependence on the left stymies reforms

The president's lack of decisive action is stifling the economy.

PIC’s security swop in Steinhoff deal was sensible ‘at the time’

A few months after trading its security for funds, the share collapsed.
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