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New paths opening for hospitality-trained workers

The growing need for superb customer service skills in all sectors has created a demand for hospitality-trained people, and the need is growing, said Susina Jooste, director ...

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Graduates form NPO to help grow agriculture in province

A group of Mthatha graduates are the true definition of vuk’uzenzele (get up and do it yourself) and are on a mission to help propel the ...

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Aspen transformation to cost 100 jobs in EL, PE

Pharmaceuticals company  Aspen Pharmacare is planning to retrench more than 100 employees at its  East London and Port Elizabeth plants by the end of ...

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Yekani opts for business rescue but lender bank ...

Embattled East London electronics company Yekani Manufacturing has opted for business rescue to stave off liquidation by Standard Bank, but the bank has moved to oppose the application. The company made the announcement in the high court on ...
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Load-shedding unavoidable, Ramaphosa says during ...

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday announced that financially viable municipalities can now procure their own electricity from independent power producers.
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SAA may sell its two coveted spots at London’s Heathrow

The move has not been confirmed by SAA, but slots at Heathrow can be sold for millions for dollars

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Don’t wait for SA to get its house in order, invest in tech

Problem is, the JSE is an ‘old economy’ market, populated by outdated and unfashionable businesses

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Gold miners give the JSE a welcome kick in the pants

And little brother platinum wasn’t far behind

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Big business cuts power deal with Buffalo City

Big business and the Buffalo City Metro (BCM) have struck a deal which will keep plants powered during ...

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BCM's sweet deal to keep Defy in East London

Buffalo City Metro has sought to keep home appliances company Defy East London in the city, by approving a retention ...

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Militants hit gas pipeline in Egypt's Sinai

Militants blew up a gas pipeline Sunday in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula, security sources said.

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Lack of support sees most SMMEs doomed from the start

Spokazi Jojo is an accountant who is passionate about educating and empowering small businesses. However, she believes ...

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MTN takes another swing at mobile money in SA

SA’s second-largest mobile operator has relaunched the service in an effort to replicate the success it has found in ...

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BEHIND THE NEWS: A small city with big issues to write about

The story of Makana municipality and its communities who are trying — through the courts  — to improve governance and ...

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Massmart warns of almost R1.4bn loss as SA consumers struggle

The owner of Game and Makro says consumers are cutting back on higher-margin goods

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Three rockets hit US embassy in protest-hit Iraqi capital

Three rockets slammed into the US embassy in Iraq's capital on Sunday in the first direct hit reported after months of ...

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China extends New Year holiday to February 2 over virus fears

The holiday sees millions of people travel around the country to visit family

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Judgment delays increasing in SA courts

More than 100 judgments have been outstanding for more than six months, up from 87 at the end of 2018

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Man drives off cliff at Chapman’s Peak

A man drove off Chapman's Peak Drive, near Hout Bay, Cape Town, on Sunday

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Yekani boss lived it up while hyped EC plant and 450 jobs sank

During the R1bn Yekani tech factory's spectacular fall from grace since its launch in June  2018  its owner was living ...

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