UK inflation data and New Zealand rate hike remind investors that global economy still faces many challenges
Though highly skilled, SA farmers need access to support services to meet consumer demand for close-at-hand ethically farmed, organic produce
The Reserve Bank has to report as soon as possible on its investigation into any foreign exchange declarations made by the president arising from the stolen money
The governing party is discussing whether those criminally convicted of a serious crime should still have a home in the ANC
The social media and gaming giant is grappling with a downturn in China’s economy, amid a property slump and Covid-19 lockdowns
With price relief awaiting motorists in September, Outa is worried the fuel levy will be increased to offset the scrapping of e-tolls
The aim is to have 65% of the business’s electricity requirements at a manufacturing level across SA sourced from sustainable energy by 2030
Rail workers will stage nationwide strikes and bus and Underground staff will hold stoppages in London, among other disruptions
England Test captain says he hopes his team has retained their “venom” before the three-match series against SA
The fitment centre group has partnered with Disky for motorists to renew their vehicle licenses using WhatsApp
Imagine if it was Cyril Ramaphosa who had made way for Jacob Zuma on that Nasrec stage at the ANC’s elective conference in December — what implications would that have had for SA?
What awful fate would have befallen the country? Had that been the scenario in December, SA might have had Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki and perhaps Ramaphosa serving in succession in the highest office, followed by a Zuma era.
The air is still thick with the euphoria brought on by Ramaphosa’s ascension to power, and his rousing state of the nation address on Friday evening has left many with a sense of renewal.
But the reality on the ground does not escape many public servants — both former and serving — who saw first-hand the devastation wrought on the system by the Zuma administration and his army of loyal lieutenants.
No amount of optimism can mask the ugly truth of the systematic erosion of the public service under Zuma and his acolytes, many of whom are now seeking to rebrand themselves after the fact....
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