Unsmoke South Africa: it’s time for a new conversation to reduce smoking rates

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Two South Africans on Japanese cruise ship have coronavirus

The health ministry has confirmed that the two people were working on the Princess Diamond when it was affected by the coronavirus

SA citizens to be repatriated from coronavirus-hit Wuhan

President Cyril Ramaphosa says 132 South Africans will be flown back and quarantined for 21 days at an undisclosed location

Kempton Park woman loses appeal in crimen injuria case

Marie Basson is headed to jail for six months for impairing the dignity of a Pick n Pay cashier in Birch Acres

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Both sides of the smoking debate welcome tax on e-cigarettes

Cigarette maker Philip Morris SA and anti-tobacco lobby give a thumbs up to Tito Mboweni’s decision to tax heated tobacco products

Government on a fresh drive to open up new export markets

The department of trade and industry will facilitate the participation of more than 2,000 firms in trade missions and other export promotion initiatives

Supplier development builds future strategic advantage

Big corporates can help change the current economic trajectory by growing small businesses

Allow the president to lead, Cosatu’s Zingiswa Losi urges

The Cosatu president has read the riot act to ministers within President Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet and senior members of the ANC

Commuter chaos in Western Cape as Eskom cuts power

Eskom cut power mid-afternoon citing non-payment of bills by passenger rail agency Prasa, leaving commuters stranded

Shivambu’s shout of austerity not even a bleat, says Mboweni

Finance minister says EFF leader's critique of the budget is mere sloganeering

State’s proposed wage bill cut ‘worse than apartheid’, Cosatu says

Cosatu says the proposal on the multiyear wage deal is an ‘attack on collective bargaining’

Tshwane on autopilot as meeting to elect new mayor collapses

Another council meeting  comes to naught, increasing the likelihood of the provincial government placing the city under administration

Cross-border trade and financial flows to be easier, Treasury says

The aim of the new measure is to remove the onerous approval processes currently in place

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