Business (South Africa)

Mugabe dismissed as Zanu (PF) leader

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe attends a university graduation ceremony in Harare, Zimbabwe, on November 17, 2017. Picture: REUTERS/PHILIMON …

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Fin24.com | Friends & Friction: Confidence is the best asset we can give our kids

In business, as in sport, there are many young people who promise the world on their debuts, only to disappear like mist. They aren’t entirely …

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NUM union delays coal strike notice after new wage offers made

Most read<p>1.<p>Give Mugabe asylum in SA, says the EFF<p>National<p>2.<p>Zuma launches 'one stop shop' to facilitate ...<p>National<p>3.<p>Michael Sachs to join the Gauteng …

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Fin24.com | Capturing the Eskom inquiry? Bongani Bongo's 'bribe'

State Security Minister Bongani Bongo is accused of offering a bribe to advocate Ntuthuzelo Vanara, who is the evidence leader of Parliament’s …

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Sell your CV digitally

Related Links<p>Professional social-media network LinkedIn was founded in 2004 and is the largest of its kind in the world.<p>Its founding mission is to …

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Maimane welcomes tough contest for DA’s Gauteng leadership

Heightened contestation for positions in the Democratic Alliance signals a changing and growing organisation, DA leader Mmusi Maimane said on …

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SA should play the get out of jail card

THE South African economy is said to be between a rock and a hard place. Tax revenues are not sufficient and raising tax rates on earnings will …

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Sasol Khanyisa under fire

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission has raised issues related to Sasol’s new Khanyisa empowerment scheme, Sasol company …

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Bongani Bongo ‘tried to bribe’ state capture lawyer

Bongo is accused of offering a bribe, in a form of 'blank cheque', to the evidence leader of parliament’s state capture inquiry<p>19 November 2017 - …

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We'll fight 'corporate pirates'

Just over two years ago, on November 12 2015, Blue Label Telecoms (BLT) made a direct offer to Oger Telecoms on behalf of itself, management and …

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Other countries’ SOE disasters are cautionary tales

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ALERT: Gauteng, Western Cape and KZN tops list for card fraud

Cape Town - Gauteng, the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal are the hot spots for card fraud in South Africa, according to a report on global fraud …

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Six hundred African migrants rescued near Spain

Around 600 African migrants were rescued off the coast of Spain in 24 hours, a sea rescue patrol said Saturday.<p>The Guardia Civil and Salvamento …

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Eskom 'going down and under very, very fast'

With a new report detailing how Eskom is wasting billions of rands constructing power stations to supply electricity for which there is no demand, …

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Fin24.com | Rich get richer as poor suffer

The number of super-rich South Africans has increased this year, while the average local person has got poorer, according to the latest Global Wealth …

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Sassa contract: CPS rejects report questioning millions

Johannesburg - Net1 UEPS Technologies, a unit of which distributes welfare payments in South Africa, understated its profit from the government …

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Zimbabwe’s ruling party to expel Mugabe, war vets head says

Protesters gather calling for Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe to step down, in Harare, Zimbabwe. Picture: REUTERS/PHILIMON BULAWAYO

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Give Mugabe asylum in SA, says the EFF

The EFF has called on the ANC to be decisive "for once in their lives" and grant Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe asylum.<p>"This will advance peace …

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Old Mutual unit in racism row

A number of workers at an Old Mutual subsidiary have accused their colleagues of rampant racism.<p>Black employees at African Infrastructure Investment …

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Zuma launches 'one stop shop' to facilitate foreign investment

President Jacob Zuma realised one of his presidential prerogatives on Saturday when he launched a one stop shop to encourage more foreign and local …

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US tech giants the new robber barons? Europe turns on Facebook, Google

Brussels - They have revolutionised the way we live, but are US tech giants the new robber barons of the 21st century, banking billions in profit …

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Alternative-exchange listings are booming

The three alternative stock exchanges could see their total listings double from the current 10 to almost 20 by the close of 2018.<p>New stock exchange …

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From coffee pot to the fuel tank - Coffee set to power London buses

London - London's caffeine habit could soon provide an eco-friendly energy kick to its buses, including its iconic red double decker.<p>Some six …

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Fin24.com | Davis: It is not about Moyane

The recommendation by the Davis Tax Committee (DTC) that the SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner “urgently” receive more oversight has nothing to …

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Make Black Friday work for you

iStock<p>On Friday, retailers will be offering discounts in a major sale ahead of the festive season.<p>The concept derives from the US, where sales start …

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Cooperative banks ease access to capital

Accessing capital is a major struggle for black businesses across southern Africa.<p>Two financial institutions, Khanya Cooperative Bank (KCB) and …

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Apple pushes back release of HomePod speaker to 2018

A prototype of Apple's HomePod displayed during the 2017 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference in June. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP)<p>San …

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Fin24.com | Drought in the Cape could see 50 000 jobs lost and food prices spike

Drought gripping the three Cape provinces will see up to 50 000 farm workers lose their jobs amid rising inflation, while the after-effects of …

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Stellenbosch University gets first female dean of economics

Cape Town - Professor Ingrid Woolard is the first woman to lead Stellenbosch University's (SU) faculty of economic and management sciences and she …

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Fuel costs car buyers more than firms

Every new-car buyer in countries following Europe’s car industry legislation is paying far more for their fuel than they expected, according to a new …

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