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Joburg wants 20% of living spaces set-aside in new residential developments

Rental income from 'inclusionary housing' capped.

Introduction of minimum wage delayed, ministry says

Supporters of the minimum wage say it will reduce inequality and stimulate economic growth.

Eskom gets workaround to tackle coal shortages

While the immediate shortage is related to Tegeta-owned mines, the problem is more deeply rooted - UCT professor.

Unions to protest against Steinhoff ahead of AGM

This is the first time investors will be addressed after Steinhoff's recent accounting scandal.

Ramaphosa, ANC to decide North West leader’s fate amid protests

Demonstrators in the provincial capital have resorted to setting buses on fire and looting shops in retaliation to a lack of service delivery.

SA to charge Zuma’s son over car crash death

Duduzane will be charged with homicide after a 2014 car crash that left one woman dead.

Ramaphosa cuts short Britain trip to deal with protests

Protesters are calling for the North West premier to step down.

Talks between PSA and government stall

The public sector union is demanding a 12% wage increase.

New Sassa cards to be launched in May

Worcester beneficiaries in the Cape among first group to get new cards.

Pioneer Foods flags higher H1 profit

Headlines are expected to increase to between 309.1 cents and 334.5 cents.

Pick n Pay FY profit up 7.1% on costs cuts

A reduced labour force has resulted in improved efficiency and productivity over the last year.

Ramaphosa touts ‘new dawn’ in SA to lure R1.2trn

Aims to address land ownership without endangering economic growth.

Ramaphosa woos investors with vow to tackle corruption

President says South Africa emerged well from power transition.

CPI falls to 7-year low as rains ease food prices

Double digit tariff increase by Eskom a big risk to CPI.



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