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SA should encourage low-wage industries to grow jobs − report 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st June 2011 South Africa has the lowest recorded employment rate in the world, with only 41% of South Africans between the ages of 16 and 64 having any kind of... 

Public Works to take Pretoria police lease to court 

By: Sapa     21st June 2011 The Department of Public Works will ask the courts to rule on the validity of a R500 million building lease that the police had attempted to... 

Busa calls for assurance on nationalisation  

By: Sapa     20th June 2011 Government and business need to be clear about their stance on nationalisation if they want to grow South Africa's economy, Business Unity SA... 

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Nationalisation will make 2002 JSE loss seem 'teacup storm' 

By: Martin Creamer     20th June 2011 The R52-billion that was wiped off the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) in 72 hours when the Mining Charter was leaked in 2002 will look like a... 

Police building leaked report unlawful – Public Protector  

By: Brindaveni Naidoo     20th June 2011 The leaking of a provisional report relating to complaints and allegations of maladministration, improper and unlawful conduct by the Department of... 

Renewal brings business to central Joburg – study

By: Sapa     20th June 2011 Evidence of inner-city renewal in central Johannesburg, Braamfontein and Newtown has brought new business to the area, according to a study by... 

ANCYL resolutions do not alter ANC policies – ANC 

By: Sapa     20th June 2011 Resolutions of the recent ANC Youth League congress which ended on Sunday did not alter the ANC policies being implemented at government level, the... 

Toll fee collection still months away, bulk of construction to wrap up end-June 

By: Irma Venter     20th June 2011 “We are in the hands of the Department of Transport (DoT) as to when tolling will begin in Gauteng,” says South African National Roads Agency... 

A review of South Africa’s Electricity Industry 2011 is available for purchase online

20th June 2011 The brief reprieve offered to South Africa's electricity sector by the global slowdown served more to engender a false sense of electricity... 

Vote delay would help post-Mubarak order – Egypt PM

By: Reuters     20th June 2011 Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf said he backed delaying a parliamentary election due in September which the well-organised Islamists are... 

Somali PM resigns after Kampala agreement

By: Reuters     20th June 2011 Somalia's prime minister said he had resigned on Sunday, paving the way for the formation of a new government whose priority will be quashing an... 

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By: Bradley Dubbelman     17th June 2011 The decision by President Jacob Zuma to extend the term of South Africa's top judge is being challenged in court, a legal body and an NGO say. 

SA hiring expectations ‘stuck in low gear’ − survey

By: Brindaveni Naidoo     17th June 2011 South African employers are reporting “cautious” third-quarter hiring intentions, according to the latest 'Manpower Employment Outlook Survey',... 

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