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Workforce hit by SA’s minimum wage legislation

Recently legislated minimum wage requirement in South Africa dented JSE-listed Workforce Holdings results, which saw it report an 8.4 percent slide in profits for the six months to end June. The group's profits...

Cell tower battery theft causing mayhem for MTN users across SA

The operation of cellphone networks are being hampered as criminal syndicates targeting cellphone towers to steal their batteries across South Africa. This year alone, 153 batteries were stolen in Cape Town, 34...

New SA law may ban smoking indoors

South Africa is being brought back to the forefront of international tobacco control best practice with the latest publishing of The Control of Tobacco Products and Electronic Delivery Systems Bill, up for...

Digital banking crimes in SA increased by 64.3% in the last year

As cyber-attacks become more sophisticated and more frequent, banks are setting up Financial Crime Information Centres (FCIC) to work collaboratively with banks to address these crimes efficiently and effectively. The information provided...

SA mining industry re-elects top officials at AGM

The Minerals Council South Africa on Wednesday re-elected all its top officials back into office, and added Zanele Matlala, the chief executive of Merafe Resources, who was elected as one of...


What is office agriculture and why it it taking off around...

“Office” and “Agriculture” are two words that are hard to imagine together but they describe a new trend designed to improve employee wellness while...

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