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Mutual weighs in on pensions
22/8/2014 3:12
Mutual weighs in on pensionsInsurance giant Old Mutual has entered the fray over the proposed government retirement reforms, saying there is no need for workers to fear losing their savings as their rights are completely protected.
Tax on beverages may reduce obesity: Wits
20/8/2014 16:59
Tax on beverages may reduce obesity: WitsA suggested tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) may reduce obesity in 220,000 adults in South Africa, research by the University of the Witwatersrand has found.
Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’
22/8/2014 12:00
The Cabinet has allayed fears that the government would take away workers’ pensions, saying widespread claims about the nationalisation of the pensions were a false alarm.
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Fitch leaves rating for five big SA banks unchangedFitch leaves rating for five big SA banks unchanged
22/8/2014 13:00
Fitch said the failure of African Bank would not see it lower its ratings for South Africa's five biggest banks as the likelihood of contagion was limited.
 
Sacci accepts Mantashe's challengeSacci accepts Mantashe's challenge
22/8/2014 12:26
The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) accepted the challenge by ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe to grow South Africa into an inclusive society.
 
Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’Reassurance that pensions will not be ‘nationalised’
22/8/2014 12:00
The Cabinet has allayed fears that the government would take away workers’ pensions, saying widespread claims about the nationalisation of the pensions were a false alarm.
 
Application for class action certification dismissedApplication for class action certification dismissed
22/8/2014 8:41
The Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth has dismissed an application for a class action certification in the R699 car scheme case.
 
Mutual weighs in on pensionsMutual weighs in on pensions
22/8/2014 3:12
Insurance giant Old Mutual has entered the fray over the proposed government retirement reforms, saying there is no need for workers to fear losing their savings as their rights are completely protected.
 
Tax on beverages may reduce obesity: WitsTax on beverages may reduce obesity: Wits
20/8/2014 16:59
A suggested tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) may reduce obesity in 220,000 adults in South Africa, research by the University of the Witwatersrand has found.
 
Eskom has a new CEOEskom has a new CEO
20/8/2014 14:19
Tshediso Matona, head of the public enterprises department and former trade and industry director general
 
CPI lower in JulyCPI lower in July
20/8/2014 12:14
The consumer price index (CPI) for all urban areas was 0.3 percent lower in July compared to June.
 
Moody's downgrades four top South African banksMoody's downgrades four top South African banks
20/8/2014 9:30
Moody's downgraded the credit rating of four top South African banks after the government bailed out a troubled lender.
 
Shoprite upbeat on futureShoprite upbeat on future
20/8/2014 4:02
Africa’s retailing giant, the Shoprite Group, is looking beyond the prevailing storm in the consumer market and has pumped R1.2bn into launching new stores during the year ended June.
 
Sub-Saharan middle class grows: BankSub-Saharan middle class grows: Bank
19/8/2014 19:42
Sub-Saharan Africa has experienced substantial growth in its middle class over the past 14 years, according to a Standard Bank report released on Tuesday.
 
More than 1000 businesses need rescuing: DaviesMore than 1000 businesses need rescuing: Davies
19/8/2014 14:50
More than 1000 business need to be rescued in South Africa to avoid liquidation, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.
 
SA has no business law specialists: DaviesSA has no business law specialists: Davies
19/8/2014 12:14
South Africa has no specialised business law practitioners to deal with company law.
 
Cotton industry accepts wage proposalCotton industry accepts wage proposal
19/8/2014 10:47
Striking workers in the cotton textile industry have accepted a wage proposal, the SA Clothing and Textile Workers' Union said on Tuesday.
 
BHP to create new global metals and mining companyBHP to create new global metals and mining company
19/8/2014 9:45
Global mining giant BHP Billiton on Tuesday said it will create a new independent company by spinning off some of its aluminium, coal, manganese, nickel and silver assets.
 






 

 




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