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Small businesses are susceptible to cybercrime

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Small businesses with less than 50 employees can be a prime target for cybercriminals because of the data they hold for clients and employees. The data can fetch a high price if sold or ransomed and can open up new revenue streams for enterprising criminals. 

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Eskom to cut management jobs

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Eskom has approved a plan to cut jobs at a management level in a bid to further save on costs at the group. The power utility said that despite efforts to curb expenditure, its operating costs have continued to increase dramatically while output has remained largely unchanged.

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These are the new routes set for the next Gautrain expansion

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The Gautrain is currently seeking R4 billion to increase its number of trains by 50% ahead of a potential expansion to other parts of Johannesburg and Pretoria. According to a report by Bloomberg, the Development Bank of Southern Africa is leading the fundraising – with Canada’s Bombardier, the CRRC Corporation of China and local firm Egoli Rail among the bidders to supply the trains.

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Selected malls to cap parking fees

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The price of living seems to be on the rise in South Africa, so locals will welcome the news that some malls in the Western Cape plan to introduce free parking and lowered parking prices in 2019. Around this time next year, every shopping centre owned by the Redefine Properties company will probably have capped parking fees in order to provide a stronger pull for customers. In some malls shoppers could pay as little as R5 for up to four hours of parking, while other centres may have free parking altogether.

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Pargo partners with Spar and the Lewis Group

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Pargo, South Africa’s leading smart logistics platform, today announced their partnership with Spar and the Lewis Group to become the largest pick-up point network in South Africa with over 2000 stores. People can now use selected Spar, Lewis, Beares and Best Home and Electric stores as parcel drop-off and pick-up points. The partnership allows Pargo to further strengthen their already extensive network, especially in the more rural regions in the country where parcel delivery is particularly challenging and can be very expensive.

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