Hungarian energy group MOL has transferred the transit fee for use of the Ukrainian section of the pipeline
Despite good intentions and proximity to power, SA’s Busa, BLSA, BBC, B4SA and NBI have never delivered anything to alleviate poverty and unemployment
The US global Aids co-ordinator says SA has the world’s largest HIV/Aids burden and thus plays an important role in the global response to Aids
The party has decided there should not be a cooling-off period as provided for in the Electoral Amendment Bill
Mudiwa Gavaza joins Smangele Nkosi, GM of Cisco SA
The hefty hike will be felt by all South Africans when gas-reliant manufacturers such as those that produce bread, are forced to hike prices
Employers have offered a multiterm wage agreement for increases of up to 6.2%, but Numsa wants a one-year 20% increase
Lack of evidence against Carolyn Bryant Donham cited as reason for not indicting her
Stars of tennis, including the Big Three, are all nearing retirement age
Data provides real-time information to help insurers understand client driving behaviour
SA’s largest fuel producer, Sasol, has declared force majeure after delays in crude oil shipments shut down its Natref refinery but says at this stage it does not expect fuel shortages.
The company said shipment delays had affected the availability of crude oil feedstock for processing at Sasolburg’s Natref plant, necessitating the closure of the refinery...
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