May 28, 2017

Black Business Council fights for a seat at Nedlac

Some BBC leaders see Business Unity SA chair Jabu Mabuza as being anti black.
May 28, 2017

Gordhan warns that inequality could lead to revolt

Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan has highlighted that one of the dangers of an unequal economy is that the population could rise up in protest.
May 28, 2017

African Bank spends R72m on building transactional banking

African Bank has spent R72 million of its R225 million budget on building a transactional banking unit as part of the company’s plan to double its client base over the next three years.
May 28, 2017

SA to be more transparent about nuclear build, says Kubayi

Energy minister concedes her department could have done better when it came to nuclear agreements.
May 28, 2017

PE to feel the pain as GM exits

‘This is going to affect me big time since I am the sole breadwinner’ – 54-year-old worker Mlamli Vellem.
May 26, 2017

Edcon: No plans to pay back the money

Edcon, the country’s biggest clothing retailer, has said it has no plans to pay back the millions of rands in fees it allegedly illegally charged its club card members since 2007.
May 26, 2017

The battle to get SA’s R117bn property portfolio in safe hands

Management by the state of the country’s largest property portfolio – at R117 billion – is showing signs of a turnaround after being in a shambolic state and prone to abuse and corruption.
May 25, 2017

Beekeeping goes digital

A KwaZulu-Natal beekeeper is bringing the fourth industrial revolution to the ancient art of beekeeping, with plans to use technology to uplift emerging black beekeepers.
May 24, 2017

Gigaba has dropped ‘radical’ from his economic transformation. Here’s why

The term “radical economic transformation” has become a catchphrase. It is ubiquitous in the discourse surrounding South Africa’s political economy.
May 25, 2017

Friends and friction: Business lessons we can learn from trees

Autumn is here, and the trees are giving free business lessons for everyone who has the time to appreciate them.
May 23, 2017

Gordhan launches shock attack on Eskom

In an unprecedented move, former finance minister Pravin Gordhan has accused Eskom of state capture while climbing into Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and Eskom chair Ben Ngubane.
May 23, 2017

Job losses imminent with General Motors’ exit from SA

The hundreds of General Motors employees who will be retrenched by July may be hit with a double whammy.
May 21, 2017

VR Laser Asia eyes R2 billion from Denel

Arms manufacturer locked in a court battle with Treasury to approve lucrative deal with a Gupta-linked company.
May 25, 2017

Jonas: Don’t tamper with economic policies

Former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas has advised that tampering with government’s macroeconomic policies would be detrimental to the country.
May 21, 2017

GM’s exit won’t spark more divestment

The withdrawal of General Motors (GM) from South Africa is unlikely to be the harbinger of a larger divestment from the heavily incentivised automotive sector.
May 21, 2017

African Bank looks to fire 652 staff

African Bank this week issued notices to its staff related to a restructuring plan that will see as many as 652 staff members retrenched, a source told City Press.
May 21, 2017

How Eskom bent the rules

In determining its intended R30m payout to Brian Molefe after he resigned as CEO, Eskom treated the calculation as if it were a retrenchment
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May 21 2017