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Taxi industry ‘ticking bomb’

Taxi industry ‘ticking bomb’

Chickens are coming home to roost regarding the government’s taxi recapitalisation programme which was endorsed four years ago and the taxi industry is taking its

Absa to challenge Public Protector report

Absa to challenge Public Protector report

Absa is to approach the high court to challenge the public protector’s report findings on its liability to repay the more than R1bn bailout grant

Women work harder than men, says World Economic Forum survey

Women work harder than men, says World Economic Forum survey

Research by the World Economic Forum (WEF) has found that women work nearly an hour longer than men. According to the WEF Gender Gap report

Uber confirms CEO Kalanick stepping down

Uber confirms CEO Kalanick stepping down

Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick has stepped down from his job, the company spokesman said on Wednesday, confirming a report in the New York Times.

‘SARB must protect people not rand’

‘SARB must protect people not rand’

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Ford to import Focus cars built in China

Ford to import Focus cars built in China

Ford will import its next-generation Focus sedans into the US market from China, after a highly-publicized move to cancel plans to build the car in

Shut after wildcat strike

Shut after wildcat strike

Sibanye Gold’s Cooke mine in Randfontein, 30km southwest of Johannesburg, will remain shut until at least Thursday as the company goes through an appeals process

What hints does residential market give about economy in near term?

What hints does residential market give about economy in near term?

There has been expectation of a somewhat moderate economic growth recovery in 2017. Nothing too impressive, but mildly stronger economic growth compared to the very

Volkswagen Slovakia workers to strike for wage hike

Volkswagen Slovakia workers to strike for wage hike

Workers at Volkswagen Slovakia are set to strike on Tuesday over unmet demands for a 16 percent pay rise from the country’s largest private employer,

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EMPLOYMENT: From left, Deputy Tourism Minister Elizabeth Thabethe, Deputy Minister for Planning, Monitoring
and Evaluation in the Presidency Buti Manamela and tourism MEC Desbo Mohono at the tourism imbizo. Picture: Supplied

Tourism could be key to jobs

With the country’s youth unemployment rate sitting at a staggering 38.6%, the province’s youth have been encouraged to make use of available programmes and opportunities

Exercise programme pic supplied

Exercise programme launched

Faced with the need to incorporate work integrated learning into the physical education curriculum and addressing the demand for trained teachers in the subject at

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.Picture: ANN7

Grilling awaits Gigaba, Mkhize

Tomorrow two Cabinet ministers will appear before members of Parliament to explain a decision to grant South African citizenship to members of the Gupta family.

Derek Hanekom. Picture: Gallo Images

ANC WC fingers Hanekom

Five disgruntled ANC regions in the Western Cape have called on the party to formally disband its provincial executive committee and also to remove Derek

PUSH FOR PEACE: President Jacob Zuma and DRC President Joseph Kabila in peace building talks. Picture: GCIS

Dialogue can solve DRC conflict – Zuma

President Jacob Zuma yesterday cited “negotiations and dialogue” as the tools to resolve the conflict engulfing the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Speaking at the

TRIBUTE: The ANC has hailed Kay Moonsamy, right, as a selfless hero. Picture: Supplied

Kay Moonsamy ‘gave everything for the struggle’

The former NEC members of the South African Congress of Trade Unions (Sactu) extend their condolences to the family of comrade Kay Moonsamy, an elder

Gauteng Premier David Makhura. Picture: Gallo Images

Makhura elected co-president of Metropolis

Urbanisation and technological innovation and disruption have become the most dominant forces of the 21st century, Gauteng Premier David Makhura said after being appointed to

NO TRACE: Philile Gumede from Soshanguve has
been missing since April 22. Picture: Supplied

Still no trace of missing Philile

As hopes of finding 23-year-old teacher Philile Gumede alive continue to fade police are hopeful that her boyfriend’s court appearance this week will lead to

South Africa is thought to be among the biggest consumers of drugs, especially cannabis and mandrax. Picture: UN

SA marks UN’s drugs day

South Africa will mark the UN’s annual International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking today at a time when the use of drugs is