The patriarch on Macron’s time at Rothschild, almost merging with Lehman — and why he’s inspired by the coach of Les Bleus
There is less cigarette smoke in the air, but there are dark clouds on the horizon for multinationals practising the dying art of cigarette making
The president has described Molewa’s death as a "devastating loss"
The ANC secretary-general wants to "relay many other stories" at the state capture inquiry
David Kneale will assume the role of a strategic adviser after stepping down, while Vikesh Ramsunder will take over as CEO from January
The banking system has a gross exposure of R125bn to the agricultural sector, with R41bn of this held by the state-owned Land Bank
Magna Global study predicts online advertising could surpass $100bn for the first time
Both countries have implemented trade tariffs on a range of products
Cheslin Kolbe is ready to step into fullback Willie le Roux’s boots
Repair firm iFixit this week published some of the first detailed teardowns of the new iPhones
Cosatu’s newly elected leader Losi becomes the first woman in Africa to lead a labour federation
Leadership of Losi has an extended mandate, is ready to revive federation in decline after years of infighting
Losi was nominated unopposed, to much joy by Cosatu members
Federation to support party in 2019 elections but demands equal treatment and a say on policy and appointments
She has called on Cosatu to get its house in order and train shop stewards on all labour laws
President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to deal decisively with the struggling economy, but he has been reluctant to ruffle workers’ feathers.
In his last address as president on Monday, Sdumo Dlamini berated union leaders for hogging money that belonged to workers
The president tells Cosatu congress delegates that scheming has weakened the ANC, alluding to the clandestine meeting between Zuma and associates
Sadtu urges Cosatu to resolve at this week's congress to make a 'concerted effort to change the image of public institutions'
The proposal comes amid its court battle to recoup about R10m in unpaid fees from former affiliates Numsa and Fawu
The protests are due to Pikitup insourcing workers earlier this year due to budget constraints; the Joburg mayor says the violent protests are politically ...
‘We can’t address an old system of exclusion by a future system of new exclusion,’ warns Solidarity leader Dirk Hermann
The union, which says its employees are of ‘major strategic importance’ to the group, is irate that the scheme excludes white employees
A three-month standoff between the power utility and workers has finally ended
On Friday, the SACP marched to the state capture inquiry in Parktown to show support for the commission’s work
Workforce Holdings CEO says he has been waiting years for confusion to be removed from the labour broking industry
Union federation to elect new leadership at September congress
The union says a legal, protected strike is on the cards, as the dispute goes to the CCMA
The commission of inquiry was told that the agency's collection woes are ‘far from over’
Team tasked with studying high price will be looking for ‘quick wins’
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