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SA doesn't want our dollars - Naspers


Koos Bekker slams policies Competition Commission uses to 'retard investment'

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Revival 'not built on cheap labour'


SA will not base the revival of its clothing, textiles and footwear industry on the cheap labour principles that much of the world's bustling textiles industry thrive on.

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Stats SA runs short of cash, so might run short on data


A lack of funding for statistical surveys may cause Stats SA to fall foul of standards required by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the reliability of statistics.

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What's in TFG's secret sauce?


Some surprises in winning recipe for SA retail success story, both here and abroad

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RON DERBY: A pall over the megamall

The only mall I frequent in this big old city of Johannesburg without gnashing my teeth is my favourite - because of the relative ease with which I can enter and leave the building.

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ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK: Self-driving could change the tune of country music

'The rise of self-driving vehicles means it's only a matter of time until there's a country song where the guy's truck leaves him," goes a meme on social media this week.

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Putting workers on the board builds healthier businesses

Worker representatives in corporate boardrooms may serve as an important counterweight to executives whose instinct is to sell or close a business or slash workers when the company hits a rough patch.

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