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Italtile eyes 20 more shops

Italtile eyes 20 more shops

JSE-Llisted tile and sanitaryware specialist Italtile yesterday announced a turnover increase of 4% for the six months ended June. Italtile is a retail leader of

Manufacturing bosses confident of the sector

Manufacturing bosses confident of the sector

Lobby group Manufacturing Circle yesterday announced that although production in the sector dip in July and dropped five points in the second quarter to 58,

City Lodge profits hit by weak demand

City Lodge profits hit by weak demand

City Lodge Hotels, the owner of the Town Lodge brandyesterday reported a drop in full-year profits, citing weak economic growth and deteriorating consumer confidence. City

Moody’s lays blame on ANC strife

Moody’s lays blame on ANC strife

Rating agency Moody’s yesterday said political tensions within the ANC could stall economic growth. The agency painted a picture of poor growth for the whole

Truworths steps out with handful of new shoe stores

Truworths steps out with handful of new shoe stores

LONDON’S biggest shoe retailer and leading fashion footwear brand, Office London, has arrived in South Africa courtesy of its new owner, fashion retailer Truworths. Office

Fiat joins BMW-led group to develop driverless cars

Fiat joins BMW-led group to develop driverless cars

Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler on Wednesday said it was joining a BMW-led group to develop fully self-driving vehicles, the latest tie-up in an industry racing

Apple takes a bigger bite

Apple takes a bigger bite

The latest leaks of iPhone8 confirm that Apple has supersized the upcoming flagship and is expected to be the company’s biggest smartphone launch. The leaked

Rand bounces back strongly

Rand bounces back strongly

The rand has survived the recent buffeting caused by the vote of no confidence and the postponed ratings review that was expected last Friday. Moody’s

Data rules may change

Data rules may change

Relief may be on the way for data users if communications regulator Icasa’s proposed draft regulations are implemented. The regulations propose curbing the practice of

R15m to support mining education

R15m to support mining education

Sibanye Gold has invested R15m in the University of Johannesburg (UJ) to support the fourth industrial revolution in mining. The group has partnered with the

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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is under increasing pressure to extract more wealth taxes , Picture : Getty Images

Gordhan loses case against Oakbay

The North Gauteng high court has on Friday dismissed former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s case on which he sought protection from intervening in the closure

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How a brave woman combats structural violence

THE Cape Town townships are a theatre of structural and social violence in their multifaceted experiences. Women, children and the elderly suffer daily from the

PRELUDE: A mineworker seen holding a wooden knobkerrie at Marikana where 36 mineworkers were killed by police in the course of a lengthy pay
dispute. Picture: Thapelo Morebudi

Seeking justice in Marikana

IT IS a sight that I will never forget. The unspeakable hurt of an elderly infirm woman whose protection was in the cavity of a

The panel on gender based violence spearheaded by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has vowed
to take head-on the scourge of domestic violence as well as sexual harassment at an indaba in Pretoria.

Mbalula’s six point plan for police to tackle gender-based violence

WHILE rape, femicide and domestic violence remain a scourge against women, Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula yesterday urged police to take a severe stance against

Khoza ‘set to defect to DA’

IT EMERGED yesterday that the firing of rebel ANC legislator Makhosi Khoza as the ruling party’s chairperson of the portfolio committee on public service and