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WILLIE THABE: Gender could be at play in Scopa chair’s infantilisation of Eskom’s Mavuso

Reaction to objection against placing the albatross on the board points to blind spots in power dynamics

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Unions to embark on ‘full-blown strike’ at Sars for higher wages

The Public Servants Association and the National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union will start their strike on May 25

1 hour ago
De Ruyter warns that eThekwini load-shedding exemption is under review

Eskom spokesperson Sikonathi Mantshantsha. says the utility and the eThekwini municipality are reviewing the situation

1 hour ago
CLAIRE BISSEKER: Time to tackle the inflation bogeyman

If the Bank front-loads rate hikes, the child support grant will have to be bumped up and riot policing boosted

1 hour ago
Calgro M3 upbeat about housing demand, even as interest rates rise

The affordable housing developer says demand has never been higher, with revenue rising more than half in its year to end-February

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Vodacom increases dividend after boost from SA

The group’s international business weighed on profits, partly due to a stronger rand, but the mobile operator has upped dividends from pre-pandemic levels

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Power stations have ‘been quite disappointing’, Eskom concedes

Eskom is tracking vessels with deliveries of diesel used to run turbines typically during peak demand periods

2 hours ago
Rapid loss of weather stations puts SA’s disaster forecasting at risk

Failure to upgrade the SAWS network threatens its ability to issue early disaster warnings

11 hours ago
Brace yourself for a huge petrol price increase in June

South Africans could see the price of petrol rise by up to R3.50 a litre come month end

2 hours ago
PODCAST | New code a timely move to stop workplace bullies

Evan Pickworth interviews Johan Botes, partner at Baker McKenzie

Balwin profits rise as revenue crosses R3bn for the first time

Revenue rose 16% to R3.1bn in the year ended February, with apartments in Gauteng the biggest sales contributor

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Barloworld lifts after flagging profit rise

The group's shares rose as much as 9% on Monday, after it said headline earnings per share will more than double in its half-year to end March

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Ukraine claims successes in the northeast as it pushes Russian forces back

Thousands of civilians have been killed, towns and cities blasted into ruins, and more than 6-million people have fled their homes since the start of the war ...

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EDITORIAL: A festival of farce and folly with Mkhwebane in and out of courts

The public protector aims to persuade the  Constitutional Court to review a decision not to rescind a previous judgment

11 hours ago
PHUMLA WILLIAMS: SA still an investment destination of choice

The NDP may not be perfect, but it continues to be a guide in our vision to tackle poverty, inequality and unemployment

6 hours ago
Return of in-person indaba no lure for green-focused Sibanye

Move is in line with its drive to reduce contribution to emissions, CEO Froneman says

11 hours ago

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