Hungarian energy group MOL has transferred the transit fee for use of the Ukrainian section of the pipeline
SA’s second-largest retail pharmacy chain is investing in cutting-edge technology to innovate new solutions for customers, while creating shareholder value
Williams has previously testified about hardships she faced during Faith Muthambi’s tenure as communications minister
Previously the MEC for KZN’s department of economic development, tourism & environmental affairs, premier Dube-Ncube is the first woman to lead that province’s executive
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
But Numsa’s Irvin Jim is adamant the sector can absorb the union’s demand for a 20% wage hike, way above the 6.5% headline inflation rate
That would allow President Ranil Wickremesinghe time to institute tough economic reforms to secure a bailout from the IMF
Failure to win on Saturday would put coach Ian Foster and captain under pressure in terms of their future with the team
Chris and Suzaan Alheit have been making some of the Cape’s finest whites for the past ten years, the latest vintage being no exception
R580m — that is how much SA taxpayers have spent on inquiries into the Marikana massacre, free tertiary education and the arms deal, and will now spend on the commission into state capture.
Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo stated in May that his investigation would cost R230m for the first six months of its existence, making it the most expensive inquiry in recent history. But, while these four major inquiries were and are intended to investigate some of SA’s most significant sources of socioeconomic and political crises, it is unclear if the millions spent on them have achieved any real outcomes.
Arguably one of the biggest criticisms of the effectiveness of commissions is that the executive is not obliged to act on their recommendations. They can consider them, but decide not to implement them.
Judge Willie Seriti’s four-year-long inquiry into SA’s multibillion-rand arms deal cost R137m — and has been slammed as a whitewash.
That inquiry, which found no evidence of fraud or corr...
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