Monday , 18 February 2019

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  • Gas findings a game changer for South African economy

    Gas findings a game changer for South African economy

    by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG - THE recent discovery of gas off the southern coast of South Africa is seen as a great step for the country which still relies on imports of oil and ...

  • Overspending discouraged this Valentine’s Day

    Overspending discouraged this Valentine’s Day

    by TINTSWALO BALOYI  JOHANNESBURG - FIRST National Bank (FNB) has discouraged the public from overspending this Valentine’s Day. Ester Ochse, Product Specialist at FNB Wealth and I ...

  • Robotics revolution underway in South Africa

    Robotics revolution underway in South Africa

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG - SKILLS development is crucial to making the most of the robotic process automation (RPA) revolution and using it to grow jobs, rather than lose t ...

  • Labour body resists splitting of Eskom

    Labour body resists splitting of Eskom

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - THERE are differences within South Africa’s  tripartite alliance following the announcement by President Cyril  Ramaphosa of plans to privatise st ...

SA retailers undervalue digital at own peril

SA retailers undervalue digital at own peril

JOHANNESBURG - GROCERY and other retailers in South Africa are dramatically underestimating the impact of the onslaught of digital on the industry. This is according to an industr ...

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Tshwane budget to create jobs

Tshwane budget to create jobs

STAFF REPORTER PRETORIA - The City of Tshwane mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa last week  announced an R32.8 billion which he said he was unapologetic about targeting the rich while emp ...

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Telkom pushes new tech to fight cable theft

Telkom pushes new tech to fight cable theft

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - TELKOM, which has lost more than R200 million over the past year to cable theft, is ramping up efforts to migrate customers to wireless and fibre t ...

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JSE’s Nautilus approved to offer retail hedge fund

JSE’s Nautilus approved to offer retail hedge fund

  MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG - NAUTILUS, a subsidiary of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange has received approval from the Financial Services Board (FSB) to offer a set of he ...

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Cloud solution identified as key to African challenges

Cloud solution identified as key to African challenges

From SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Orlando, United States ORLANDO    - AFRICA’S prevailing challenges such as disaster  management, service delivery issues and inaccurate weather forecasts c ...

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SAA pens Brazilian codeshare deal

SAA pens Brazilian codeshare deal

TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG  - THE South African Airways (SAA) has implemented a codeshare agreement with its Brazilian Star Alliance partner, Avianca Brasil, offering customers ...

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Pirates partner Madiba hospital for kids

Pirates partner Madiba hospital for kids

MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG-ORLANDO Pirates, one of the country’s most successful football clubs, has joined forces with the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital (NCMH) Trust to i ...

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SAA hopeful of deal with unions

SAA hopeful of deal with unions

JOHANNESBURG  - THE South African Airways (SAA) said committed towards finding a speedy resolution to 2016 wage negotiations with labour unions. SAA commenced wage negotiations on ...

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Township economy growth gets Standard boost

Township economy growth gets Standard boost

SIMBA RUSHWAYA JOHANNESBURG – ENTREPRENEURS have received a timely boost following an R250 million partnership between the City of Johannesburg and its banker, Standard Bank of So ...

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SAP Africa announces Morocco expansion

SAP Africa announces Morocco expansion

GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG - SAP Africa, the software company, has officially opened its new office in Morocco as part of its expansion into the continent. The opening of the faci ...

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