Media24 halts job cuts

It is understood that no retrenchments will occur until a merger comprising the sale of its media logistics unit to Novus is approved

AVI’s full-year earnings expected to be up to 25% higher

Group revenue rose 6.3% to R15.86bn underpinned by selling price increases and volume growth in the beverage categories

HILARY JOFFE: SA rerating may have to wait until GNU earns its stripes

Investors and ratings agencies want to see whether SA can attain and sustain higher growth rates

Payment of R5m and then R1m a month were paid to EFF, says jailed VBS boss

Tshifhiwa Matodzi’s affidavit provides details of meeting in Sandton with Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu

EDITORIAL: President for life loading

Rwandan stability under Paul Kagame has been marred by deterioration of civil freedoms

Standard Bank eyes East Africa for growth

Lender has industries such as energy, agriculture and infrastructure in its sights

New health minister Aaron Motsoaledi doubles down on NHI

Motsoaledi says the new system will level the playing field between rich and poor

Mining output numbers reflect PGM woes

Production of coal and chromium ore surges, but is offset by 4.1% drop in platinum group metals

Procurement study for nuclear completed, says Mantashe

Consultations with Eskom and Treasury are under way, says mineral & petroleum resources minister

Irene Kakooza discusses Jaguar’s leap into an electric future

The JLR SA brand manager hints at what’s to come and highlights the milestones of the brand

BHP and Vale reach deal in UK case about 2015 Brazil dam collapse

The case relates to damage caused by the 2015 Fundão Dam collapse that killed 19 people in Brazil

Catch up with international highlights at Durban festival

The lonely lives of working class Finns, stories of refugees and activists in Europe, and restitution of African objects seized by colonial powers

Marine authority works to prevent oil spill from grounded ship

Salvage operations are under way to prevent a potential oil spill and pollution along the west coast from a grounded general cargo vessel

Gift of the Givers asks state if it will ever be ready to manage disasters

The government needs a co-ordinated, simple structure to cut out bureaucracy and respond efficiently to the needs of vulnerable people in times of crisis, ...

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Emerging sugar farmers in distress, says Safda

Sasa to spend R239m on support for smaller and black cane growers, but a group representing them says more is needed

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Standard Bank bats for SMMEs in African development

Standard Bank is on a mission to prop up small, medium and micro enterprises across Africa

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Trust in SA’s financial services institutions on the wane


The Sanlam 2024 Benchmark Survey found that 66% of its participants either felt vulnerable about their finances or believed they were financially exploited

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Retirement — what is that?

High cost of living hits people’s ability to save for old age

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views & analysis

LETTER: Hlophe on JSC is improper

Parliament is full of gangsters, fraudsters, racists and liars, and his presence debases it even further

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DAVID BUCKHAM: Extreme manipulation of capitalism will continue

It is not the fault of the left or the right that trust in the US monetary system has been persistently eroded

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ANTHONY BUTLER: GNU parties should beware myopic short-term pact

Coalition partners will need to stick together and learn from one another

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