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Steinhoff to appeal forensic report ruling

The company says it believes some information must remain confidential and it could be ‘prejudiced by the premature disclosure of the contents’

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KwaZulu-Natal buckles under more flooding

Homes and roads washed away as parts of the province become inaccessible for the second time in weeks

STUART THEOBALD: Higher rates give bankers a reason to smile

From a risk perspective, local banks are in strong territory and bankers have something to be content with despite deeper growth constraints

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Medical schemes regulator to ‘examine’ conduct of critic of its low-cost benefits work

Council for Medical Schemes says it is investigating the actuary who accused it of stalling development of cheap options aimed at low-income households

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EDITORIAL: Much to ponder in setting monetary policy

The Reserve Bank governor, rightly or wrongly, has set his sights on taming inflation

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No buyers yet for Barloworld’s car and leasing business Avis Budget

None of the offers to purchase the business have “sufficient merit to be progressed”, CEO says

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Elon Musk’s enthusiasm for China has not waned

Despite the lockdown-induced issues being weathered by Tesla’s factory in Shanghai, Musk still predicts China’s economy will overtake the US

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Dis-Chem reports record revenue as it beds down new acquisitions

The group’s acquisitions helped it grow revenue to above R30bn in 2022 for the first time in its history

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AYABONGA CAWE: Unions’ stance on Eskom deal point to failed promises

NUM and Numsa are looking for a housing allowance and a 15% pay hike in a looming strike

S&P sees SA moving in the right direction, but no ratings upgrade yet

Economists warn there is no guarantee of upgrades to junk-rated sovereign debt in the next two years

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State sticks to its guns and rejects public servants’ demand for 10% pay hike

The government is on a collision course with its employees as it remains committed to keeping the wage bill in check

Netcare opts for interim dividend as Covid-19 eases

The hospital operator declares a 20c payout for its half year to end-March, less than half of the 2019 amount

6 hours ago
US will keep defending Japan, Biden tells 'good friend' Kishida

Alliance has long been the cornerstone of peace in the Indo-Pacific, American president says

7 hours ago
POLITICAL WEEK AHEAD: Ramaphosa to host German chancellor in Tshwane

The ANC will also this week unpack policy documents that were released on Friday

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DUMA GQUBULE: Reading ANC discussion documents is sheer torture

SA faces a dystopian future of social instability because the governing party does not care

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Vodacom’s thirst for expansion worries investors

Mudiwa Gavaza

Some market players question the group’s ability to manage all of this investment, as a portion of it would require funding through debt

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Steinhoff to appeal forensic report ruling

Nico Gous

The company says it believes some information must remain confidential and it could be ‘prejudiced by the premature disclosure of the contents’

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Medical schemes regulator to ‘examine’ conduct of critic of its low-cost benefits work

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SIPHO PITYANA: I will not be silenced nor join the outlaw chorus

If standing up against corruption costs me my career, so be it

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Intellectual property waivers mean little without investment in the infrastructure needed to manufacture vaccines and medical therapeutics

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