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FREE TO READ | April 2021 issue of Business Day Safety

Covid-19 is not the only safety issue facing industries

Business still not making B-BBEE targets, survey finds

Companies meet empowerment goals at junior management level but are falling short at the higher levels

SA’s success in slowing the Covid-19 outbreak brings opportunities for SMMEs

SPONSORED | Many businesses experienced a significant reduction in turnover from April 2020

Regulator probes SA’s first cannabis cryptocurrency sale

Financial Sector Conduct Authority investigates whether listed company Nutritional Holdings breached any laws or regulations

Saldanha Bay IDZ launches port expansion project

The industrial development zone is to create a 356ha special economic zone, at an investment value of R3.26bn

PETER BRUCE: There’s a unionist on my board, and it’s a good thing!

Business should embrace the proposal at Nedlac to include workers at the highest level of any company

SA needs new PPPFA and BEE approaches

Supreme Court of Appeal ruling on the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act has cast further legitimacy doubts on B-BBEE

Mining charter ‘must be binding’ or the industry will not transform

The minerals department concedes the third Mining Charter has its flaws but  is necessary to drive transformation

Minerals Council in legal battle for review of ‘flawed charter’

The lobby group says minister Gwede Mantashe has exceeded his powers in setting up some provisions as regulations rather than guidelines

US-backed global minimum tax will not stop transnational shenanigans

Their profits are not made in New York offices but through exploitation of the poor in developing countries

PODCAST | PayU report shows shifts in online shopping trends

According to a report by PayU, SA has the highest internet penetration on the continent at 56%

Traders in Brazil face off with farmers as they default on deals

If farmers deliver, traders make the profits; if farmers can break their deals, they can double their income

Aviation sector pleads for state assistance

Airlines are battling to stay afloat as the pandemic pummels demand and fixed costs remain high

CSI needs to be a core pillar of business to be effective

Covid-19 showed that corporate philanthrophy needs to be flexible and sustainable, which means ensuring accessible discretionary funds

STEVEN KUO: Black Business Council should target Chinese investors

There is substantial trade and investment between the two countries and potential for more


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