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Tag: Consumers

Capetonians are consuming more water

The latest water map report reading by the City shows that the number of green dot properties decreased in July 2018, meaning that most residents are still committed to saving water,...

Counterfeit goods threaten SA economy

South Africa needs to stand up and fight the problem of counterfeit goods as it has the potential to destroy the economy and lead to unemployment in the country, Paul Ramara,...

City of Cape Town receives 37 000 comments on its tariff hikes

The City of Cape Town’s public participation process on the proposed tariff increases closed with more than 37000 comments Friday, of which 80% were objections. Mayco member for water and...

South African Consumer Firm Libstar Plans $124 Million IPO

Libstar Holdings Pty Ltd., the South African food and household products maker, plans to raise about 1.5 billion rand ($124 million) to repay debt and fund expansion by selling new shares...

South Africa inflation continues to ease

South African consumer prices increased by 5.1% in June compared with a year earlier, continuing a trend of easing inflation and adding to pressure on the central bank to cut interest...

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Engen brings drought and fire relief to farmers

Engen, South Africa’s favourite petrol station*, has stepped up to assist drought-stricken farming communities in Sutherland in the Eastern Cape as well as areas in the...

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