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Is SA’s proposed electricity industry reform lost in translation?

14 Aug 2022 /  Stephen Labson
Three years have passed since its energy roadmap was published; these outcomes will not be achieved in time.

Bain ‘ashamed’ of serious mistakes made with SA work

13 Aug 2022 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg
The comments come after Ismail Momoniat, the acting director general of the Treasury, called for a halt to business with Bain and urged the country’s government institutions to investigate.

Five easy ways to use less water at home

13 Aug 2022 /  Niko Wanders
And not just in a drought.

Striking Sars employees return to work

12 Aug 2022 /  Akhona Matshoba
Opting to suspend strike action, allowing unions and Sars to go back to the negotiating table.

SA government, business agree new push for growth pact

12 Aug 2022 /  Paul Vecchiatto, Bloomberg
'There is no definite time frame, but we want the process to be completed before the State of the Nation Address that will be delivered by the president' in February, said Matthew Parks said.

Oil rig is headed to drill in SA’s litigious waters

12 Aug 2022 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg
Eco Atlantic’s Gazania-1 prospect is targeting a 300-million-barrel light-oil resource in Block 2B, 25 kilometers (15.5 miles) offshore the Northern Cape Province, the company said Friday.

Spain investigates corrupt ‘too-tall trains’ sale, while SA has taken no action

12 Aug 2022 /  James Stent, GroundUp
Five years of 'disturbing' inaction by the Hawks and NPA.

Private rail operators question Transnet ‘profit’

12 Aug 2022 /  Ciaran Ryan
A decade of underinvestment on maintenance and profits that rely on a revalued profit portfolio hide a multitude of problems.

Denel settles outstanding salaries, eyes R12bn order book

12 Aug 2022 /  Ciaran Ryan
The arms manufacturer was ordered by the courts to pay outstanding salaries to workers, some dating back to 2020.

[TOP STORY] SA agriculture has improved, but still faces challenges

11 Aug 2022 /  Simon Brown
Wandile Sihlobo of Agbiz on grain imports, vegetable prices, fruit exports, livestock concerns and wool to China.

Africa CDC in discussions with potential buyers for Aspen’s Covid vaccines

11 Aug 2022 /  Promit Mukherjee and Bhargav Acharya, Reuters
Aspen said that its vaccine production capacity might go idle soon if it doesn't get orders.

Construction on KZN’s new mini city Westown to finally begin

11 Aug 2022 /  Akhona Matshoba and Suren Naidoo
After Covid-19-related hiccups and Tongaat Hulett’s financial woes saw an almost four-year delay to the development in sugarcane fields in Shongweni.

We are becoming even poorer …

11 Aug 2022 /  Adriaan Kruger
Expenditure is increasingly exceeding income, and many expect to feel even less in control of their finances going forward.

What Financial Action Task Force greylisting would mean for SA

11 Aug 2022 /  Bongiwe Kunene
The country's banks reported over 394 000 suspicious transactions and over 4.85m large cash transactions to the Financial Intelligence Centre in 2021.

Will Sanral receive any bids for the Gauteng open road tolling tender?

11 Aug 2022 /  Roy Cokayne
If the collection and management of e-tolls is removed it's 'a very different contract', says Outa.

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