DA says industrial parks revitalisation a ‘white elephant’

The department of trade and industry has spent R511m on the initiative, meant to drive economic development, with very little to show for it so far

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Parliament’s review of Jiba dismissal delayed for at least a month

If Nomgcobo Jiba’s urgent interdict is successful, the process of reviewing her dismissal by the president could be delayed by up to a year

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SA poultry industry and government work to boost access to new export markets

Poultry sector has shed thousands of jobs and blames its demise on cheap chicken imports from Brazil, the US and Europe

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Medical scheme administrators overstepping the mark in fraud investigations

While fraud is a major concern for medical schemes, they are straying into the terrain of regulatory authorities, say some

Ronald Lamola’s intervention in Legal Aid saga averts judiciary shutdown

Attorneys at the state-owned law firm are not happy about working conditions, but are allowing the justice minister time to address their issues

Companies Tribunal goes digital with new case management system

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Audit firm rotation is being taken up on a voluntary basis

Ahead of it becoming mandatory in 2023, a number of companies are already rotating auditors, in line with regulatory recommendations

Sars chief suspends IT executive in clean-up drive

Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane is the fifth senior manager to be suspended

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Gratuitous display of old SA flag is hate speech, court finds

It’s not just words that constitute hate speech, says the Equality Court

Eskom says economic growth will lead to load-shedding

At the moment, demand is so low Eskom is coping — but that could change if the economy takes a turn for the better

Latam Airlines introduces latest Airbus on SA–Brazil service

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Legal challenge against Mining Charters two and three continues

The Minerals Council SA is due to submit an affidavit in the case or present arguments against the challenge

Court sets aside Seriti’s findings into controversial arms deal

President Cyril Ramaphosa, and Seriti himself, did not oppose this application, effectively meaning that the state made no attempt to defend the inquiry

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