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Green building in S.Africa in full bloom

South Africa is on the path to building greener buildings and soon expects to compete with other green cities in the world.

S.Africa’s credit regulator fights for consumer rights

The National Credit Regulator and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) have partnered to protect the image of credit consumers.

S.Africa’s SacOil appoints new CEO

South African oil and gas company, SacOil has appointed Thabo Kgogo as its chief executive officer, with effect from 1 June 2014.

Eskom to vet potential buyers in Pfisterer S.Africa sale

Power utility Eskom will be vetting potential buyers as Pfisterer Sefag looks to sell its interests in its South African operations.

S.Africa’s culture of corruption needs correction: Coleman

South Africa has been urged to deal with corruption and the culture of dependency.

Russia’s Gazprombank enters S.Africa market

One of Russia’s three largest banks, Gazprombank, will launch its first representative office in Johannesburg before the year end.
SAA reroutes on new fleet proposal

SAA reroutes on new fleet proposal

South African Airways has to strategise as Minister for Public Enterprises, Malusi Gigaba disapproved the request for aircraft proposals.

Free internet for South African communities

Project Isizwe plans to roll-out Free Internet Zones (FIZ) in the Western Cape in South Africa following success in the city of Tshwane.

Burger King bites into S.Africa's middle class

Burger King South Africa opened its first meat manufacturing plant in the country through a joint venture with a local meat manufacturer.

S.African court postpones bribery case against Pinnacle executive

A South African court postponed until July the case against a director of mid-cap technology firm Pinnacle Holdings.

Actis buys Africa’s largest credit bureau

Actis, the pan-emerging markets investor is set to acquire 100 per cent of Compuscan, the largest independent credit bureau in Africa.
MTN Group HEPS up 27.3 per cent in 2013 FY

MTN makes Citi’s World Champions List

Telecommunications company MTN Group Limited was among the global companies that made it on to Citigroup’s World Champions List.

Economic indicator suggests S.Africa’s economy is slowing down

The SA leading economic indicator (LEI) for February 2014 fell by 0.6 per cent, suggesting that South Africa’s economy is losing momentum.

Johannesburg Water intervenes to tackle city's population growth

The Johannesburg Water supply requires intervention to sustain the infrastructure growth of the city.

Founding member of Sephaku Holdings resigns

Christiaan Rudolph de Bruin, a founding member of Sephaku Holdings has resigned as non-executive director from the group.

Sanlam buys 51% stake in MCIS Zurich Insurance

Sanlam Emerging Markets has finalised the purchase of a 51 per cent stake in the Malaysian-based Koperasi MCIS Zurich Insurance Berhad.

Mauritian economic upgrade influences IndianOil expansion

After a 13 year presence in Mauritius, IndianOil (Mauritius) has decided to expand its operations.

Thebe partner with Dubai-based Mohebi to explore food markets

Thebe Investment Corporation has entered into a partnership with Mohebi Logistics to explore avenues within the South African foods market.

Voter apathy the thorn in S.Africa’s democracy

Despite 20 years of democracy, South Africa still suffers high voter apathy that is now filtering into the youth’s ranks.

Greece economy shows signs of recovery

Greece has begun to show signs of economic recovery after the country implemented austerity measures in the past few years.
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