Richard Spoor Inc in legal showdown with Constantia Insurance

The legal firm says the cancellation of more than 5,000 life policies was to get rid of loss-making business

More fuel price misery awaits SA motorists

Fuel prices in August will be between 20% and 30% higher than January

Proposed broadened work tax incentive would run for four months

In terms of a memorandum issued by the Treasury on Thursday, the incentive would be reinstated for the period from August 1 to November 30

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Nearly R4bn recovery fund set up to help businesses after looting

Trade, industry and competition minister Ebrahim Patel announced the recovery fund for businesses affected by violent looting in July

Eskom lays out funding plan to move away from coal

Utility is considering 8,017MW of projects, ranging from wind power to solar, hydropower and gas, CEO says

Covid-19 Business Watch: The week in review

Michael Avery and panel of guests tackle this week's leading stories impacting SA's economy

Murray & Roberts on track for R1.2bn Australian roads contract

Murray & Roberts says its preferred bidder status for a roads contract in Australia reflects efforts for diversification

EOH says it remains profitable as it battles tough conditions

Covid-19, load-shedding and violence in SA are all making conditions tougher for a group that may no longer be able to do business with the state

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Gold Fields expects first-half normalised earnings to grow

Group says normalised earnings in the six months to June will rise by up to 38%, driven by the higher gold price

Treasury proposes partial access to pension savings in ‘two-pot system’

Finance minister Tito Mboweni instructs officials to act on proposals with haste as more South Africans face financial distress

SIU makes damning finding against Zweli Mkhize in Digital Vibes contract probe

Investigating unit accuses minister of unlawful and improper conduct in  controversial contract

Transnet ports still clogged after crippling cyberattack

Some SA ports are still using a paper-based system to manage shipping a week after a cyberattack

Tatjana Schoenmaker breaks world record to bag SA’s first Olympic gold medal

TThe 24-year-old swimmer smashed the 2:19.11 world record held by Denmark’s Rikke Moller Pedersen since 2013

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