The integration of the African banking sector may increase the risk of a financial crisis‚ Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene warned on Wednesday.
Business raises concerns at hearings HIGH mobile tariff and data costs stifle small business growth, parliament’s portfolio committee on communication heard on Monday.
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma’s questionable friendships and personal behaviour are increasingly becoming threats to South Africa’s economy, security and democracy.
A BILLION rand worth of tenders will be awarded to youth, women and people with disabilities, Buffalo City Metro mayor Zukiswa Ncitha announced during the state of the metro address yesterday.
THE fading health of Nelson Mandela, the fraying of our constitutional settlement and the severe contraction of the economy, bathe the country in a sombre light.
Hefty fuel and food price rises expected THE Eastern Cape is bracing itself for the aftershock of last week’s dramatic plunge in the value of the rand.
DRAMA erupted in Bhisho when education MEC Mandla Makupula was instructed to charge senior administrative officials for presenting inaccurate budget figures to a portfolio committee meeting.
THE general view of how the Eastern Cape government is performing according to PREMIER Noxolo Kiviet believes that steady progress is being made in the areas of governance and service delivery in the Eastern Cape.