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Numsa mum on strike but vocal about KZN Working on Fire and Eskom bonuses

Numsa has been mum on its threatened engineering strike, but spoke out on Wednesday about Working on Fire KZN and bonuses at Eskom.

Golding: Repo rate cut sends positive signal to the market

Andrew Golding said he was hugely encouraged by the South African Reserve Bank's decision to cut the repurchase rate by 25 basis points this month.

Zwane wins latest round in bruising battle with mining industry

Mosebenzi Zwane said this week's Constitutional Court judgment on the Diamonds Act, helped pave the way for transformation in the mining industry.

Zambia targets double-digit GDP growth by 2018

The Zambian government is telling the global community that it is ready for business, and consolidating trade relations with Africa's big economies will be the first port of call.

Terms of reference in Eskom inquiry broadened

The impact of state capture on the public enterprises department and other state-owned entities will now be included in the Eskom inquiry.

Forensic audit confirms racist MiWay email is fake

Independent forensic auditors have proven that a racist email, believed to have been sent by an employee at insurer MiWay, is fake.

Chamber of Mines lodges interdict against Minister Zwane

The Chamber of Mines and Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane are at it again, following the publication of a Notice in the Government Gazette earlier this month.

Calls for transformation of property sector getting louder

Property authorities are concerned that fewer than 10 percent of Real Estate Trusts are black originated funds.

IMF outlook for South Africa grim

The International Monetary Fund released its World Economic Outlook on Sunday, with a rather grim prospect forecast for South Africa.

'Intransigent' employers to blame for upcoming massive strike - Numsa

Numsa is blaming the upcoming strike it has planned - to shut down the entire economy - on a group of 'intransigent' employers.

Zuma: Transformation of SA economy should have started in 1994

President Jacob Zuma said the past two decades had been an absolute waste, adding that the South African economy could have and should have been transformed by now.
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