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Africa needs foreign investment to tackle infrastructure deficit

By: Keith Campbell     6th July 2010 The infrastructure deficit in Africa currently amounts, in monetary terms, to $1,5-trillion, African Development Bank vice-president and Chief... 

Three Presidential officials depart

By: Sapa     6th July 2010 The Presidency has announced three more departures by senior officials in its office but denied that there was a "crisis".  

100 found guilty in World Cup courts

By: Sapa     6th July 2010 World Cup courts have found at least 100 people guilty of offences related to the soccer tournament, the National Prosecuting Authority said on... 

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Manuel defends ticket splurge

By: Sapa     6th July 2010 A distinction should be made between parastatals and State departments spending money on FIFA World Cup tickets, Minister in the National Planning... 

Power tariffs to large municipal users to surge in 2010/11, survey finds 

By: Terence Creamer     5th July 2010 A newly released comparison of proposed municipal electricity tariff increases for 2010/11 shows that business and industrial consumers in the... 

Land reform beneficiaries owed R3,4bn — Nkwinti

By: Sapa     5th July 2010 The government has failed to pay R3,4-billion in post-settlement grants to beneficiaries of land reform with potentially damning consequences,... 

Patel welcomes deal between Sasol and Commission

By: Sapa     5th July 2010 Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel has welcomed the settlement between Sasol Chemical Industries (SCI) and the Competition Commission... 

Another step closer to the truth behind the toilets saga — Zille 

By: Sapa     5th July 2010 The repeated allegation that "for two years, 55 families in Makhaza, Khayelitsha, were forced to relieve themselves in full public view" is untrue,... 

Strike tensions ease as Eskom improves wage offer

By: Terence Creamer     5th July 2010 State-owned power utility Eskom released details of a revised wage offer and housing benefits on Sunday afternoon, following three days of... 

Presidency, Cabinet implementing Public Protector’s report  

By: Sapa     2nd July 2010 The Presidency and Cabinet were implementing the findings of the Public Protector's report on the Declaration of Interests by the Executive, the... 

Busa calls on Eskom and its unions to keep talking 

By: Terence Creamer     2nd July 2010 Organised business on Friday urged Eskom and its trade unions to continue with collective bargaining efforts to resolve the current wage... 

Selebi conviction a “true reflection of justice” — NPA 

By: Sapa     2nd July 2010 Former police chief Jackie Selebi's corruption conviction is a "true reflection of the proper administration of justice", the National Prosecuting... 

Unions, Eskom locked in talks at CCMA

By: Sapa     2nd July 2010 Labour unions and electricity parastatal Eskom are locked in talks at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) with CCMA... 

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