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SAIPA's CEO scoops global accounting recognition

SAIPA’s chief executive, Shahied Daniels has been recognised as one of the 50 most influential people in accountancy.

South Africa is a bomb waiting to explode: Mbeki

Mbeki warns South Africa's ticking time bomb.

Suspended SAA executive calls it a day

Suspended SAA's chief executive, Monwabisi Kalawe has left the organisation after reaching a settlement with employer.

Can the SA economy grow at 2% this year?

The creaking electricity generation situation in South Africa has been a drain on the ability of the economy to grow for some time now.

UK, Australia issue travel advisories in light of xenophobia attacks

The Australian High Commission is one of several that has issued a travel advisory for South Africa.

S.Africa's Eskom says two new coal plants ready by 2021

South Africa's power situation could only be fixed in 2021.

Billionaire Christo Wiese puts his money where his mouth is

Christo Wiese has taken on the task of restoring the dignity of many South Africans by making real the dream of owning their own homes.

Eskom not bankrupt says acting CEO

South African power utility Eskom told parliament on Wednesday that it was not near bankruptcy.
Obama 'courageous' Mandela left legacy of freedom

Obama warned S.Africa to address underlining causes of xenophobia last year

Obama warned South Africa that if it didn't stop Robert Mugabe from rigging elections, the country risked more immigrants and xenophobia.

S.Africa to deploy army to curb xenophobic violence

South Africa will deploy the army to the township of Alexandra.

South Africa's rand on backfoot as Greece woes hit EM

South Africa's rand slipped to near a one-week low early on Tuesday.
Cost cuts help S.Africa's Pick n Pay lift H1 profit

Cost cuts help lift South Africa's Pick n Pay FY profit,...

South African grocer Pick n Pay posted a 28 percent rise in full-year profit on Tuesday.

Bek is back, read all about it

Koos Bekker is back at media giant, Naspers.

S.Africa's Zulu king condemns "vile" anti-immigrant attacks

South Africa's influential Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini on Monday described recent anti-xenophobia attacks as "vile".
Policy hampers growth of Kenya's mining sector

Kenmare repatriates S.African staff in Mozambique over xenophobia attacks

Kenmare Resources has repatriated 62 South Africans working at its titanium mine in Mozambique.

The dilemma of an African immigrant

Being a foreigner could be one of the worst nightmares faced by many who leave their countries of origin.

Siyabonga Gama appointed as Transnet acting CEO

Siyabonga Gama, currently chief executive of Transnet Freight Rail, will act as the group CEO with immediate effect.

Anadarko considers selling Mozambique gas assets to Exxon

Anadarko Petroleum is considering selling its multi-billion dollar stake in Mozambique's giant gas reserves.

SA government comes after companies hiring undocumented workers

South Africa takes drastic measures to make sure that companies employing foreign nationals comply with the law.
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