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EDITORIAL: Court ruling against TV switch-off is the right judgment

Enforced date would have stopped 8-million people from having access to TV

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Germany-focused DKR picks up six more retail properties for €9.2m

The Frankfurt- and Johannesburg-listed property group says it is also eyeing €100m in assets, with its acquisition pipeline full

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Asset managers are quitting, but not for money

An INN8 Invest survey reveals staff departure trends and steps being taken to retain talent

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JSE faces mostly positive Asian markets as investors digest Fed minutes

Hawkish commentary from Federal Reserve officials is contending with easing commodity prices, the latter helping to support sentiment

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NICOLE FRITZ: Killings of Abahlali baseMjondolo members ignored in fight for democracy

Nokuthula Mabaso was gunned down a day before her testimony against a politically connected murder accused

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Vital state capture cases to be put on court roll by end of September

The NPA and Hawks have committed to court action on seminal cases

Gcaleka distances public protector’s office from Mkhwebane’s appeal cases

Acting public protector tells Western Cape high court the appeal lodged by her suspended boss was not sanctioned by her office

State capture inquiry to set up data centre for sensitive evidence

Trove of evidence from four-year state capture commission, much of it untapped, to be archived

Trellidor warns headline earnings halved in 2022

A dispute with fired workers proves costly after the labour court rules in their favour

Transnet in talks for new contracts after lifting force majeure

Agreement reached with nine coal exporters, with others ready to talk

Retirement funds ‘need training’ on infrastructure investment

Actuarial Society of SA says trustees need to be familiar with the new regime as infrastructure investing typically involves non-listed financing structures ...

Huge Group to acquire Tethys mobile

The company formerly known as Virgin Mobile SA will become a wholly owned subsidiary and be renamed Huge Digital Enablement

SA can become net steel exporter again by shoring up underutilised capacity

A report by the SA Iron and Steel Institute says the country sits with substantial capacity that is not used

Capitec joins rivals in extending relief to hard-pressed consumers

SA’s largest retail bank offers rewards for  purchases at Shell garages to help its customers amid rising fuel prices

Farmers warn of further cost increases due to crippling power cuts

Agricultural sector is reporting huge losses as machinery and equipment are damaged by persistent load-shedding

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Germany-focused DKR picks up six more retail properties for €9.2m

Karl Gernetzky

The Frankfurt- and Johannesburg-listed property group says it is also eyeing €100m in assets, with its acquisition pipeline full

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EDITORIAL: Court ruling against TV switch-off is the right judgment

Enforced date would have stopped 8-million people from having access to TV

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Peter Bruce Editor-at-large & columnist

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The end game hinges on the CEO and management being good enough to guide the power utility to a soft landing

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