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Waste pickers save the SA economy millions annually

According to the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), in 2014 waste pickers saved the country between R310m and R750m in terms of landfill space. Working with waste is not an easy job. In...

Cape Town becoming tech hub of Africa

Cape Town is fast becoming the tech hub of Africa, Viresh Harduth, Sage’s vice president, NCA (new customer acquisition for small and medium businesses) for Africa and Middle East said on...

The case for SA VAT hike economically solid, says Old Mutual Investment Group

While concerns around global growth and pressure on the SA economy have eased recently, the local economy is still fragile.  Moody’s decision not to downgrade SA’s sovereign rating at this stage...

Could cartel activity legislation drive cartels underground?

The business world thrives on a bit of healthy competition, but companies who decide to take the market into their own hands by using cartel conduct will find themselves in very...

Power crisis constrains SA growth, warns economist

South Africa's escalating electricity tariffs, energy insecurity and the "risk of widespread blackouts" are among the main factors restraining growth in the economy, Isaac Matshego, economist at Nedbank told members of...

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Liquor industry urges government to prepare to lift alcohol ban

The liquor industry is once again calling on government to lift the ban on alcohol. Their latest call is based on suggestions by the...

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