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Spend wisely this Black Friday

With less than 24 hours to go before arguably the biggest shopping phenomenon of the year, the National Credit Regulator (NCR) is urging the public to spend their money wisely. “While millions of shoppers count down the hours until the much awaited Black Friday sale tomorrow, the NCR advises consumers …

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Pay small businesses on time

President Jacob Zuma has urged government departments and provinces to pay businesses, particularly small enterprises on time, within the stipulated 30 days of submitting legitimate invoices. “Failure to pay on time has a negative impact on our economy, especially on the small businesses, which run the real risk of being …

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Trade Unions and employers to get briefings on a new minimum wage, BCEA and LRA

The Department of Labour is planning to host a series of sessions country wide to brief trade unions and employers on the implementation of the long-awaited new national minimum wage. The new national minimum wage policy will be implementation from May 1, 2018. A key objective of the briefing sessions …

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Transnet reports positive results

Transnet this week presented its interim results for the six months ending September 2017 which showed that the company’s net profit for the period increased by 3.4 billion which is more than 230% higher than the previous year. Delivered on Monday in Johannesburg, the results were driven by improved operational …

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US investors pledge over $1 billion for SA

Hardly 24 hours after Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba tabled what was a difficult medium term budget, a leading United States investor has announced plans to invest over $1 billion in South Africa over the next few months. Ambassador Harold Doley, Jr, the Governor of the African Development Bank, said as …

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Eskom welcomes Duynefontein nuclear installation decision

Eskom has welcomed the Department of Environmental Affairs’ decision to grant the power parastatal permission to proceed with the nuclear installation in Duynefontein in the Western Cape. The Duynefontein nuclear installation will be next to the existing Koeberg power station. “We welcome the authorisation by the Department of Environmental Affairs …

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Reserve Bank speaks on KPMG

The Reserve Bank has refuted claims that it has instructed banks on what steps they should take against auditing firm KPMG. “The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) would like to state categorically that it has not instructed banks on what steps they should or should not take with regards to …

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Eskom asks that  Maritz  be given a chance

The Eskom Board has on Friday appointed Sean Maritz as the interim Group Chief Executive with immediate effect, the Power Utility said on Sunday. Maritz replaced Johnny Dladla. Dladla will resume his role as the Chief Executive Officer of Eskom Rotek Industries. Dladla has occupied the role of Interim Group …

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Leading with innovation and intuition for buyers, sellers and tenants

With nearly 100 branches nationwide, Just Property’s commitment to become a market leader in the real estate landscape is very evident. To this end, Just Property have just launched their new national website with intuitive and innovative new features that streamlines the consumer experience across the breadth of their service …

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How To Get Out Of Debt In 1 Year Or Less!

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