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Liquor traders lose the R20k COVID-19 relief battle

2020-08-10 11:33:52

The National Liquor Traders Council's fight to secure R20 000 each for its members has failed. Liquor traders council's convener, Lucky Ntimane, said all effo ...View Article

Eskom cuts power for Ramotshere Moiloa over debt

2020-08-05 03:41:56

Residents of Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality in the North West have criticized the Zeerust-based municipality for letting them down after Eskom implement ...View Article

Eskom wants payback from axed executives, board members

2020-08-04 01:25:53

Eskom wants its money back from its former executives and board members as well as members of the controversial Gupta family.

The power utility roped in ...View Article

IMF approves South Africa's R70 billion loan

2020-07-28 09:03:10

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Board has approved South Africa’s request for a loan under Rapid Financing Instrument for an amount of R70.4 ...View Article

Competition Commission: Food prices stabilising

2020-07-15 10:45:16

Consumers should expect some relief in food prices, as most retailers and food production companies are expected to reduce prices.

This is the view of t ...View Article

Cell C retrenchment- Union celebrates ‘temporary victory’

2020-07-08 03:23:57

The Information Communication Technology Union (ICTU) has declared what it calls temporary victory in its bid to halt retrenchments at mobile network provider ...View Article

COVID-19 disrupts sex workers' business

2020-06-27 06:12:43

 Sex workers in Roodepoort in the west of Johannesburg have spoken out about the unintended consequences of the national lockdown on their livelihood. &n ...View Article

Mboweni warns of a bleak economic future

2020-06-24 06:12:07

Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, has warned of a bleak economic future caused by COVID-19, a disease that causes coronavirus.

Mboweni said this while ...View Article

StatsSA: Black women feeling the unemployment brunt

2020-06-23 05:48:25

The unemployment rate in South Africa has increased by one percentage point to 30.1% and black women remain “vulnerable to the labour market” as their ave ...View Article

Concern over NW mining town COVID-19 infections

2020-06-13 05:10:35

The national government is concerned about the rise of COVID-19 infections in the North West’s Bojanala Platinum District, which includes the mining town of ...View Article

Mineworker blames employer's non-compliance for positive COVID-19 results

2020-06-10 02:47:05

A Sibanye Stillwater mineworker in the Rustenburg plant in the North West who tested positive for COVID-19 blamed the mining company for failing to comply wit ...View Article

Mining sector new COVID-19 hotspot for NW

2020-06-08 03:42:07

The mines in the North West have been identified as the COVID-19 hotspots areas by the province's Premier, Job Mokgoro.

The premier said this at a media ...View Article

Taxi operators struggle financially during lockdown

2020-06-05 07:28:32

The taxi industry is concerned that it is losing significant income while it awaits government's financial relief intervention. The multi-million rand informa ...View Article

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