Local producers up in arms after minister defers anti-dumping duties to curb shortages and rising food costs.
Nhlanhla Gumede, head of electricity regulation at SA's energy regulator, says a 'one-stop shop' is needed to speed up processes.
Nick Dreyer is the co-founder and CEO of Veldskoen Shoes
Alexander Forbes believes SA has seen the last of large-scale corporate retrenchments due to the pandemic, but the expected gradual recovery of businesses means those who lost their jobs are being forced to cash in their pensions while they hunt for work in a sluggish economy.
Alexander Forbes CEO Dawie de Villiers said this week one of the negatives of the large-scale retrenchments seen over the past 20 months is that most of those in the middle to lower living standards measures groupings who have lost their jobs have “tended to withdraw all their cash and not preserve any”...
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