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As growth in illegal cigarette trade grows, the legal trade is negatively affected, with jobs — and taxes — being lost, writes Francois van der Merwe
The cabinet has resolved to ask parliament to withdraw the long-delayed and problematic bill amending the Mineral & Petroleum Resources Development Act
He is remarkable for listening rather than talking, says the chamber — but the ANC manages to turn the nomination into an insult of the DA’s leader
Because SAA, SA Express and Denel have not submitted their financial reports yet to public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan, he cannot table their annual reports
The rand firmed on the news of the lower inflation figure, strengthening to R14.77 to the dollar from R14.8917
Rupert Stadler has been in custody since mid-June as the emissions cheating scandal unfolds at the car maker
While many have burnt their fingers investing in little counters, others have made huge profits
The world’s best two pound-for-pound fighters put on an epic title fight
The owner of sleep-pod business Pop & Rest in London says it averages between 30-35 customers a week, among them freelancers and people working in the gig economy
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