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More than 4,000 agriculture jobs at risk due to national minimum wage

Job cuts to hit seasonal workers hardest, while subsectors that remain labour intensive will consider mechanising processes

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A new force is driving things in the world of transport

Transport is one of the most complex economic sectors in SA, with operations spreading through the rail, aerospace, maritime, road freight, road ...

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Standard Bank targeted in appeal to avoid financing oil ...

Non-profit group says East African project could lead to the loss of land and livelihoods, environmental destruction and surging carbon emissions

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South Africans join bitcoin craze

South Africans have been getting into the bitcoin craze. South Africa’s largest cryptocurrency, Luno, reported on Monday that it had added a million users to its ranks in seven weeks
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GEPF self-service website and app is live

SPONSORED | Visit Gepf.co.za or download the GEPF Self-Service app from Google Play Store or Apple App store
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Steinhoff approaches insurers to help settle claims

Steinhoff International has proposed a $1bn global settlement plan while combined claims are in excess of $9.12bn

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MTN eyes $65-million deal for Syrian business

MTN Group remains committed to negotiating a $65 million sale of its 75% stake in its Syrian unit, the South African ...

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MTN to appeal Syrian court ruling to put its unit under judicial custody

MTN Group said on Friday it intended to appeal a ruling from the Administrative Court of Damascus to place the ...

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Developing small businesses crucial for SA economy: Ramaphosa

SA is planning to accelerate the implementation of the Township and Rural Entrepreneurship Programme, to bring more ...

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March fuel price pain inevitable as oil continues to surge

SA fuel users are set to be hit with yet more steep price increases going into March. This is according to the ...

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KPMG sued for R863m over VBS debacle

The sum is the amount unlawfully withdrawn or transferred between September 2017 and March 2018

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Tito throws billions at Covid

With the largest tax shortfall on record looming, finance minister Tito Mboweni has managed to scrounge around and find ...

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Bay’s equitable share boosted by R36m

Despite political instability that nearly cost Nelson Mandela Bay billions, the National  Treasury has bumped the ...

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Tito Mboweni toughs it out to ease debt crisis

Government will need to borrow less in the next three years

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Distell’s bet on Africa pays off as half-year profit rises

Owner of Klipdrift and Hunter’s Dry brands helped by performance in rest of Africa and international markets as ...

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Fitch still doubtful of South Africa’s ability to implement consolidation

Credit ratings agency flags  risks government’s consolidation efforts, notably the political difficulties of delivery ...

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Traditional media needs to win back adspend

Passion on its own does not pay. Business models do

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PODCAST | Technology adoption and cloud computing shows rapid growth

Logicalis vice-president for global business development Mick McNeil joins Business Day Spotlight from Ireland to ...

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Robinhood, hedge fund chiefs deny foul play at grilling over GameStop Reddit rally

CEO Vlad Tenev apologises for Robinhood’s ‘imperfect’ actions and insists no hedge funds influenced its decision

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Truworths to open new chain to take on Mr Price and Jet

Clothing retailer Truworths plans to open a new value chain store in South Africa, in a move that will pit it against ...

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