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28 November 2015
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DA pleased with Motsoeneng judgment
The Democratic Alliance (DA) was pleased it had won a judgment declaring the Communications Minister Faith Muthambi's appointment of suspended South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) boss...
JSE punts local equity market to Asian funders ahead of China, Africa talks
A week ahead of the second annual gathering of the Forum on China–Africa Cooperation (Focac), in Johannesburg, the JSE is rolling out the proverbial red carpet for Chinese investors looking to...
Cape toll saga not over yet
The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) applied for leave to appeal on Friday against the Western Cape High Court judgment that set aside the approvals that would enable it to toll...
Moody's, S&P ratings on South African power firm Eskom unchanged
Ratings firms Moody's and Standard and Poor's kept South African utility Eskom's credit status unchanged, saying recent cash injections by government had eased a funding crunch, the power firm said...
High Court sets aside Motsoeneng’s appointment as SABC boss
Sixteen months after Communications Minister Faith Muthambi made Hlaudi Motsoeneng the South African Broadcasting Corporation's (SABC’s) chief operating officer (COO), High Court Judge Dennis Davis...
Unpaid e-toll bills are not debt, says Outa
In its opinion outstanding e-toll bills are related to an unjust and irrational law which makes it unnecessary for businesses to be concerned about the amount they owe or to disclose it as a debt...
Minister to appeal Motsoeneng judgment
Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi plans to appeal a court decision to have South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment declared unlawful and...
Kganyago warns of ‘exaggerated’ rand reaction to likely Fed hike
South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago believes the reaction of the rand to a possible hike in interest rates by the US Federal Reserve (Fed) in mid-December could be “exaggerated”,...
Higher US rates need not be negative for South Africa – SARB deputy governor
A slow and gradual normalisation of US monetary policy, on its own, does not need to be negative for South Africa, the South African Reserve Bank's deputy governor Francois Groepe said on Friday....
Phetoe elected new Cosatu deputy general secretary
Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) provincial secretary in the North West, Solly Phetoe was elected the deputy general secretary of the trade federation on Thursday. Phetoe obtained 1...
SA will become a failed state if Zuma is left alone - Malema
South Africa will become just like other failed African states if President Jacob Zuma is left unchecked, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema said. "If a president does not like...
Ex-ministers should be deployed to help fix municipalities - Zuma
Former ministers might find themselves deployed to municipalities to help fix service delivery issues, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday. People who have worked at national and provincial...
ANC Women's League in KZN to hold provincial council
More than 400 delegates are expected to attend the African National Congress (ANC) Women’s League’s Provincial General Council (PGC) in KwaZulu-Natal at the weekend, the party said on Thursday....
Nehawu's Parliament bonus negotiations at a 'critical stage'
Parliament's striking National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) workers will have to wait until Friday for further news on their performance bonus dispute. "Discussions are at a...
ANC will continue to win - Zuma
The African National Congress (ANC) will continue winning elections and the only difference will be by what percentage, President Jacob Zuma said on Thursday. Closing off a debate on democracy in...
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