Citroën not lost to SA and new Peugeots on the way

The decision to pull the plug on Citroën imports and focus only on Peugeot reflects the weak domestic trading environment

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EDITORIAL: The looming pensions crisis

There’s no evidence Sassa is ready with the complex systems and infrastructure needed to disburse R140bn each month, on time, to the right people

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Numsa pickets over PetroSA bonus scandal

Workers flock to Numsa to continue their campaign for bonus parity after a report reveals R17m bonuses for bosses

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SA is heading for an almighty smash if it buys the Ferrari of energy production

Nuclear is sophisticated and effective but it is beyond the national budget and unsuitable for local conditions, writes Johan Muller

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Low maths pass mark ‘creates false hopes’

An education specialist warns the department’s move fails to deal with the underlying issues around the dismal maths pass rate

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Pharmacy body fights closed network

The Independent Community Pharmacy Association goes to court over Fedhealth’s move to limit chronic medication outlets

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Production dip dashes growth hopes

Data paint a bleak picture of fourth-quarter prospects

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Crisis of 9/12 was turning point for SA

Fears over what Jacob Zuma’s firing of Nhlanhla Nene signified spurred a range of societal groups into action, writes Mbongiseni Buthelezi

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Low spending hits Shoprite credit

The lending arm of Africa’s largest retailer sees a decline in credit sales for the first time since listing

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Analysts hail Glencore oil buy

Back to its swashbuckling ways, says Investec after commodity company buys a stake in Russia’s Rosneft

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Minorities pick up on human error at Computershare

PPC minority shareholders’ query and recount reveals a faulty result in BBBEE share distribution vote

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Growthpoint comes to the party

Growthpoint plans to inject capital into its African and Eastern European businesses in 2017

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Home Affairs boosts staff numbers at ports of entry

Department of Home Affairs receives permission for additional capacity at immigration desks despite hiring freeze

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Steinhoff has silenced critics of Europe step

Celebrating its first anniversary in Europe, retailer Steinhoff has certainly done what it set out to do

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Parliament thanks former chiefs of Chapter 9 bodies for reinforcing democracy

The farewell event was held to see off Bongani Khumalo‚ Lawrence Mushwana‚ Thuli Madonsela and Mfanozelwe Shozi

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Former US astronaut and senator John Glenn dies

John Glenn was the first American to orbit Earth and the last surviving member of the original seven Mercury astronauts

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Peter Bruce Editor-in-chief, BDFM

SA can help debunk some Brexit myths

The Brits will be desperate in a year or two. SA’s trade negotiators must be ready to be tough, writes Peter Bruce

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Santa Zuma redundant as his gift sack runs dry

Anthony Butler: Santa Zuma and his garden gnomes nearly destroyed the workshop. But who can become the new father of this magical kingdom?

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SA is heading for an almighty smash if it buys the Ferrari of energy production

Nuclear is sophisticated and effective but it is beyond the national budget and unsuitable for local conditions, writes Johan Muller

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BRIAN KANTOR: Rand shrugs off Trump shock — but growth still shuffling

Brian Kantor

The Reserve Bank must tackle the downside risks to the economy and lower interest rates, writes Brian Kantor

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Faith Muthambi ‘forced Hlaudi on SABC’

Bekezela Phakathi

Former SABC board members reveal details of how Communications Minister Faith Muthambi bullied them into hiring Hlaudi Motsoeneng permanently

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Santa Zuma redundant as his gift sack runs dry

Anthony Butler and ANC

Anthony Butler: Santa Zuma and his garden gnomes nearly destroyed the workshop. But who can become the new father of this magical kingdom?

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Michel Pireu

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