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THE rising price of potatoes could drive a wedge between local restaurant owners and customers as menu prices increase.

Little faith in cost of potatoes

The rising price of potatoes could drive a wedge between local restaurant owners and customers as menu prices increase.

AHEAD OF THE GAME: From left, quarry manager Divan Swanepoel, ECDC chief executive Buhle Dlulane, ECDC deputy chairman Loyiso Jiya, Emalahleni mayor Nomveliso Nyukwana, Marius Prinsloo from Tau Pele, Mcebisi Limba and Moss Magwebu, both directors of Blue Crane Resources and Minerals Picture: SUPPLIED

Quarry to pave new roads

The state’s own road-building programme in the Eastern Cape will be the biggest beneficiary of a R200-million aggregate quarry in Indwe.

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ONCE BITTEN: Deputy governor Kuben Naidoo says the Reserve Bank is tightening up its supervision of appointments of bank executives and board members
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Lessons learnt from bank’s fall

The Reserve Bank is tightening up its supervision of appointments of bank executives and board members based on lessons learnt…

VIEW FROM THE TOP:  Sam Nassimov, managing director of Premier Hotel has a perfect vantage point Picture: STEPHANIE LLOYD

Humble start for EL’s hotel king

“One man with a dream” is how East London businessman Sam Nassimov describes his journey to build up the Premier…

BURNING ISSUE: The Department of Trade and Industry’s MacDonald Netshitenzhe is to address reckless lending  Picture: TREVOR SAMSON/ BUSINESS DAY

State fights reckless lending

The days of reckless credit providers going unpunished could be numbered‚ as the Department of Trade and Industry plans to…

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Beating odds to achieve dream

The most telling thing I notice about Zintle Tshem is the way she signs off her e-mail to me –…

POSITIVE FEEDBACK: Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says  government and the mining industry are making good progress with  the new draft Mining Charter after addressing a Chamber of Mines annual general meeting Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Light at end of tunnel for mining charter

The government and the mining industry had reached agreement on most of the sticking points in the new draft Mining…

VIEW FROM THE TOP:  Sam Nassimov, managing director of Premier Hotel has a perfect vantage point Picture: STEPHANIE LLOYD

Humble start for EL’s hotel king

“One man with a dream” is how East London businessman Sam Nassimov describes his journey to build up the Premier…

BURNING ISSUE: The Department of Trade and Industry’s MacDonald Netshitenzhe is to address reckless lending  Picture: TREVOR SAMSON/ BUSINESS DAY

State fights reckless lending

The days of reckless credit providers going unpunished could be numbered‚ as the Department of Trade and Industry plans to…

160513charteredSN

Beating odds to achieve dream

The most telling thing I notice about Zintle Tshem is the way she signs off her e-mail to me –…

POSITIVE FEEDBACK: Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says  government and the mining industry are making good progress with  the new draft Mining Charter after addressing a Chamber of Mines annual general meeting Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Light at end of tunnel for mining charter

The government and the mining industry had reached agreement on most of the sticking points in the new draft Mining…


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