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FNB partners with Future Females to grow SA women entrepreneurs

First National Bank said on Wednesday it had joined forces with Future Females as the main sponsor of all its South African chapters in a bid to accelerate the pace of...

Proposed Cape by-law prohibits swearing on beaches

A new by-law open for public comment aims to protect the Mother City’s beaches as a public asset, according to the City of Cape Town. If it goes ahead, it will...

Beware of pickpockets in Cape Town CBD

When it comes to your personal safety in a busy urban area, a little knowledge goes a long way. So says the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID), an organisation...

Visitors spend R5.5bn on accommodation in South Africa

Data from Statistics South Africa yesterday showed that tourists spend R5.5 billion in accommodation in the second quarter of this year, up 5.6 percent compared to the comparative period last year. The lion’s share...

South Africa’s rand flat as investors weigh heightened local, global risks, what you need...

South Africa’s rand was flat early on Monday, holding on to its brief recovery from last week as traders and investors continued to weigh heightened global growth risks against local uncertainty. At...

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City of Cape Town’s costly ‘dodgy’ land deal in spotlight

The DA has come under fire for purchasing land in Dunoon for R64 million to appease its constituencies in an affluent suburb, where the...

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