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R1.4bn set aside for qualifying students

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has set aside a total of R1.4bn to pay institutions upfront at the beginning of 2016 academic year. The NSFAS said the money...

False dawn or new dawn?

PLANS to transform African Dawn Capital – formerly a specialist micro-lending business – into a cutting edge venture capital developer and funder, have gone somewhat awry. Legacy issues, stemming from the...

Plastics recyclers get R5,5m boost

According to infrastructure News A R5,5m investment has been awarded to five local plastics collectors to help expand the existing separation, collection, sorting and/or mechanical recycling facilities of these companies. ...

Liquid Telecom invests R1bn in SA data centres

Liquid Telecom has invested more than R1 billion into expanding its datacentre facilities in Johannesburg and Cape Town to support the rising demand for cloud-based services. The pan-African telecoms group, in which Zimbabwean...

Kaap Agri still flush

FARMERS’ retailer Kaap Agri managed to keep its cash flows pouring in the year to end September despite drought conditions affecting some of its main markets in the Western Cape. ...

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New Engen 1app pushes all the right buttons

Engen has announced the arrival of their new Engen 1app, which conveniently offers motorists a safe and contactless way to pay. As South Africa eases the Covid-19...

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