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SA marriage laws to change

The Minister of Home Affairs has announced that his department is currently working on making a number of changes to South Africa’s marriage laws. According to Minister Aaron Motsoaledi, the updated...

Cape Town dam levels up to 82.9%

Capetonians can rejoice in the fact that dam levels are up to 82.9% after the torrential downpour that the Western Cape received over the weekend. Rainfall is always welcome in the Mother...

A New International Degree for A New World

Supply chain management is coming to the fore as the importance of organisational efficiency becomes ever more apparent. But is the South African industry adequately prepared? The IMM Graduate School of Marketing...

South Africa may lose Moody’s stable outlook. But it’s a close call

South Africa’s tenuous hold on the stable outlook on its sole investment-grade credit rating may slip with finance minister Tito Mboweni expected this week to show a marked deterioration in the...

Load-shedding poses threat to irrigated crops in central SA

Ongoing load-shedding could have a catastrophic impact on irrigated crops in central South Africa, according to agricultural leaders in the region. Francois Wilken, Free State Agriculture (FSA) president, said irrigated wheat was at a...

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Investing can help you keep with the growing inflation rates and set and achieve goals in your career. Whether it's buying a car, owning...

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