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Clear proof that July’s looting led straight to job losses

When political fights open the door to widespread criminality such as the looting spree that ravaged parts of Kwa-Zulu Natal in July this year, it demonstrates a dangerous public mood --...

Here is the official petrol price for July

According to BusinessTech The Department of Energy has published the latest fuel price adjustments for July 2021, showing a hike in prices across the board. This is how fuel prices will change...

Get ready for higher petrol prices in July

South African motorists should prepare themselves to pay more at the pumps in July, with month-end data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF) showing a sizeable under-recovery in fuel prices. The CEF...

South Africa’s updated driving laws are coming 1 July – but there are issues

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA) says it is considering a number of options for the rollout of the Aarto Amendment Act and the new demerit system from 1 July 2021. In...

New rules for complexes and estates in South Africa from July – with fines...

Community housing schemes have until 30 June 2021 to ensure complete compliance with the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act, warn property experts. The regulations require schemes to have: A POPI policy ...

MyCiTi fares cheaper in July 2020

The fares for the MyCiTi bus service more affordable since Wednesday 1 July 2020  ‘THE reduction is possible due to fuel prices dropping significantly due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Edgars owner expecting offers in July for retailer’s asset sale

Edcon Holdings’s administrators extended a deadline for offers for the three main divisions of South Africa’s second-largest clothes retailer, whose sales suffered from pandemic restrictions. Binding offers are now expected in early...

SA predicted to reach 408 000 COVID-19 cases before end of July

It has been predicted that by mid-July, South Africa could reach a new milestone with over 408 000 coronavirus cases and as many as 7 440 deaths. On Wednesday, June 24...

Petrol price to fall by 96c/l on Wednesday

The price of 93 octane petrol will go down by 96c/l on Wednesday, the central energy fund said late on Friday. The rand depreciated against the dollar during the period under review, but...

Cape Town’s July rainfall way below average

Rainfall in Cape Town's water catchment areas was way below average during July, with one weather station recording less than a third of the normal July rainfall. Rainfall in the...

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Two SAB plants get R5.8 billion upgrades

The R5.8 billion investment commitment made by South African Breweries (SAB) has been utilised to increase capacity at two of its plants. The company said...

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