President Cyril Ramaphosa has sought to assure investors that South Africa remains open for business and is working hard to end the scourge of corruption....View Article
Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, says citizens must pay for municipal services and that also goes for Soweto residents who owe Eskom in the region of R18 billi ...View Article
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has branded as false, claims by mining company Sibanye-Stillwater that a decision to close down s ...View Article
The banks will be open and operate as normal on Friday, thanks to the successful interdict of the protest that was planned by the Finance Union, SASBO. Judge ...View Article
The Labour Court in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, is expected to make a judgment on Thursday to either grant Business Unity South Africa (Busa) an interdict to ...View Article
Government is concerned about companies involved in the tourism sector that prefer to employ vulnerable foreign nationals while overlooking locals.
Depu ...View Article
At least one influential industry player has welcomed the South African Reserve Bank ( SARB)’s decision to keep the repo and prime rates unchanged at 6.5 pe ...View Article
Government is putting increased hope on the tourism sector to help rescue the country’s ailing economy by creating the much needed jobs.
This view was ...View Article
It took apologising for attacks on foreign nationals for South Africa’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa, to get a welcoming response from mourners attending form ...View Article
Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Tourism is concerned about the recent attacks on foreign nationals, saying these have led to many tourists either cancelli ...View Article
Businessman Bheki Dube has thrown his support for increasing calls to make schools teach Entrepreneurship as a subject.
Dube, the founder of accommodati ...View Article
Employees of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality reported for duty on Friday after four days of a wildcat strike that sawworkers blockading the capi ...View Article