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Public Works turning the tide on fraud and corruption

The Department of Public Works’ concerted efforts to cleanse itself of crippling fraud and corruption are bearing fruit, Minister Thulas Nxesi said on Thursday. This much was evident in findings of probes into the department released by Nxesi and Advocate Lekhoa Mothibi of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU). The investigations, …

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Repo rate unchanged at 6.5%

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has unanimously decided to keep the repurchase rate unchanged at 6.5% per annum. Making the announcement on Thursday, Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago said the MPC still sees the stance of monetary policy to be accommodative and appropriate, given the current state of the economy. …

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ANC employee in cash in transit heist

African National Congress (ANC) has reacted with dismay at the arrest of one of its employees at Luthuli House following cash in transit heist robbery in Dobsonville, Soweto. The suspect has appeared in court for involvement in serious crime. ANC Spokesperson Pule Mabe said the ruling party is following its internal …

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Cycling pack for Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover South Africa has introduced the first of many planned Gear Packages with a convenient Cycling Pack for the new Discovery. The package is available to existing new Discovery owners or can build it into the finance agreements of one bought from the showroom floor of any Land Rover …

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Beware of bogus UIF social media post

Social Media bogus post purporting to belong to Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) is targeting unsuspecting individuals who worked between 1994 and 2018 to trick them into trusting they will each get R8, 472, 00 benefits,  UIF Commissioner Teboho Maruping warned on Tuesday. Maruping said the UIF does not have such …

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Nearest franchise dealer is the best

The National Automobile Dealers’ Association (NADA)  says it is throwing its weight behind clients’ decision where to take their vehicles to keep them in good condition. The association’s remark takes after a looming announcement of the second draft to the Code of Conduct for Competition in the South African Automotive …

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Be the legacy

With the 15 000-strong crowd packed into Wanderers Stadium hanging on to his every word, former US President Barack Obama called on the world — with emphasis on the youth — to keep the torch of Nelson Mandela’s legacy burning. Obama delivered the 16th Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture in Johannesburg on …

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Customers have an alternative to renew, retain or return

Jaguar Land Rover has presented an alternative of a Guaranteed Future Value finance product in South Africa, giving customers the chance to venture into another Jaguar or Land Rover every three or four years. Financial Services Manager, Jaguar Land Rover South Africa Viola Rossouw said buyers will know right from …

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Witpoort Hospital to benefit from Mandela Day

As part of Nelson Mandela Month festivity, Lephalale Local Municipality Mayor, Councillor Moloko Jack Maeko together with Councillors and other officials will set out on a cleaning campaign at Witpoort Hospital, Ga-Seleka Lephalale Municipality Spokesperson Conscious Chiloane said they anticipate that the cleaning campaign will start at 8 am. Mandela …

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SA rolls up sleeves for Mandela Day

With only three days to go before the 2018 International Nelson Mandela Day, the country is readying itself for one of the biggest installations of the campaign to make the world a better place. The United Nations declared 18 July International Nelson Mandela Day. Annually on this day, people across political divides …

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