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Tag: Economy

Entrepreneurs are among the few left who can bring cheer to SA

I run two businesses: Aarya Legal, a legal, BBBEE and transformation consultancy, and a legal tech start-up. Aarya Legal has been fairly smooth-sailing. Our reputation for providing affordable, high-quality and quick turnaround...

Putting 740 Humpty-Dumpty SOEs back together again

Mr Geoff Jacobs, President of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry comments on the Presidential State-Owned Enterprise Council WE now have a Presidential State-Owned Enterprise Council given the monumental task of...

SAA liquidation means financial hardship, DPE warns

The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) cautioned South African Airways (SAA) employees, labour unions and creditors that the liquidation of the airline will lead to financial hardship for employees and substantial...

Youth bear brunt of COVID-19

South Africa cannot expect to have a growing economy if young people are left behind. That was the underlying message by the acting Director-General in the Department of Women, Youth and Person...

Eskom widens its funding search to sukuk market

South Africa’s indebted power utility Eskom Holdings plans to issue a R1 billion sukuk bond as it tries to diversify funding sources to reduce borrowing costs. Eskom has appointed a lead arranger...


Roman Rock Lighthouse celebrates 159 years of service

The Roman Rock Lighthouse celebrated 159 years of service during Heritage Month. The lighthouse – the fifth oldest in South Africa, and the only...