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Defy EL plant manager a dream machine

Defy’s Jared Bishop is, by his own admission, a dreamer. He dreams of turning Defy’s East London plant into a world beater. His speciality, demonstrated by his previous ...

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WATCH | A woman taking selfies on a Sea Point bench was arrested ...

A 23-year-old Blue Downs woman is considering suing the police after being arrested while sitting on a bench in Sea Point and then being locked in a ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Old Mutual suspends CEO Peter Moyo over ...

The company has decided that ‘there has been a material breakdown in trust and confidence between him and the board’

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Comair 'put measures in place' to avoid ...

Comair, which operates British Airways (BA) in SA and low-cost carrier Kulula, says it is putting measures in place to ensure flights go ahead as scheduled despite a looming strike by staff.
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Tiger Brands plans to fight against listeriosis ...

The plaintiffs’ claims for damages are being made under the Consumer Protection Act, claims in delict, and claims for constitutional damages
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Rand improves past R14/$ despite mounting risk

The local currency has firmed to its best level against the dollar in two-months, although a series of risk-events on ...

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JSE summoned to PIC inquiry following Iqbal Survé testimony

The commission wants answers as to why Sagarmatha Technologies was not listed in 2018

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Jobs of white-collar workers under threat in hi-tech age

The disruptive impact of the technological age has shifted focus from slashing jobs in the blue-collar, repetitive-job ...

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Tough second half for Tiso Blackstar media business

Company says it has prioritised cost management and disposal of noncore assets

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Naspers plans to list international assets, including Tencent, in Europe

SA’s largest public company says it wants to assets on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange, with a secondary listing on the ...

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Black Management Forum seeks to hold ANC accountable for wrongs

Black Management Forum (BMF) president Andile Nomlala has called on black professionals in the province not to shy ...

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Sports events pour millions into East London coffers

From the last week of January to the end of February, more than 11,000 athletes, with only slightly fewer people ...

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Some green shoots for EC in budget

While Border-Kei Chamber of Business chief executive Les Holbrook described finance minister Tito Mboweni’s budget as ...

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Sugar tax has cost R1bn and should be shelved, industry says

SA Cane Growers’ Association says that its impact on obesity is still questionable, but its knock to the economy and ...

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Woolies CEO will be in for a really rough ride at AGM

Are shareholders really comfortable with Ian Moir running Woolworths remotely from Australia?

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Brace yourself for stage 3: Load-shedding continues on Tuesday

Eskom will continue with load-shedding on Tuesday with stage 3 load-shedding from 8am to 11pm.

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Ramaphosa said ‘sweet nothing’ about scary state of sugar sector

SA Cane Growers’ Association Graeme Stainbank, warns that without state support, thousands of jobs in the sugar sector ...

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CAREERS | Ginger adds right spice to healthy life

“If there are two lessons from Ginger Love’s start that I can pass on to people wanting to launch a small company, the ...

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Attorney tries to gag protector on ‘dodgy’ pension fund deals

Report on Anthony Mostert centres on corruption, extortion and mismanagement at FSCA

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Their number’s up: proposed law to crack down on auditors

And the provision to search premises and seize evidence is not sitting well with some firms

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