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SA in danger of losing its tobacco-growing industry

Illicit trade in tobacco and other products has flourished since the skills exodus that effectively eliminated the investigative and enforcement capacity of the SA Revenue Service since 2014. SA is at risk...

South African banks rolling out new system to fight debit order fraud

In December 2018, a number of South Africans had been hit by a ‘mysterious R99 debit order’. While the full extent of the scam is not known, some estimates indicate that as many...

South Africa Declines To Help Zimbabwe Government With US $1.2 Billion

South Africa has declined to help the Zimbabwean government with credit of $1.2 billion. The Zim government requested the money on 26 December 2018, but South Africa said it has budgetary...

Engen Learn programme provides critical life-skills

Engen, in collaboration with FUEL Online Training, has delivered a record 3.5 million training interventions to Engen forecourt attendants around the country since its inception in 2013. The training focuses on job...

SA and Saudi Arabia discuss building oil refinery in SA

With Saudi Arabia supplying about 40% of SA’s crude oil, ties between the two countries are close. Saudi Arabia is in talks to build an oil refinery in SA as part of...

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Modernised building utilities save money and resources

Water resources are under significant pressure, pushed to the brink by the modernising world, rapid urbanisation, and population growth. Utility management philosophies had not...

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