In City Press Business: NUM threatens no vote over Eskom split, COJ paralysed woman-owned business, a sheik between the Hilton and a tour firm

2019-02-10 06:38

Here are some of the headlines in your City Press Business section today:

NUM threatens no vote over Eskom's split

Trade unions are vehemently opposed to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement, made during Thursday’s state of the nation address (Sona), that Eskom will be split into three units – while business and the renewable energy sector largely back this move.

COJ paralysed woman-owned business

A multimillion-rand tender with the City of Johannesburg (COJ) – that had the potential to be one of the good stories of government’s vision to empower black women – has gone sour and the city is being sued R8 million for not honouring the contract.

A sheik between the Hilton and a tour firm

A small Durban tour operator is turning to the courts to block the Hilton Durban from terminating a transport contract signed in 2017.

Mentu Bridge project faces delays after contractors' exit

The building of the R1.6 billion Mtentu megabridge in the Eastern Cape faces significant delays following a decision by the builders to end their involvement in the venture.

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May 19 2019