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DTI takes SEZ investment roadshow to China

The Department of Trade and Industry will send a delegation to China aimed at encouraging investment in the South African Special Economic Zones (SEZs).

Renewable energy sector facing possible 'Marikana' moment

Energy expert Dr Ric Amansureck has warned that the renewable energy sector could face it's own "Marikana" moment if it failed to include and inform local communities about renewable energy.

Trace Mobile's offering: data that never expires

TRACE Mobile pre-paid offer comes with a distinctive proposition as the Next Generation Cellular Network which offers all subscribers data that never expire, a unique music proposition, audiovisual entertainment content and exclusive VIP lifestyle re

AA warns consumers to brace for substantial fuel hike

The Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) is warning consumers to brace for a substantial hike in fuel prices at the end of May.

Denel Group CEO steps down under a cloud

The group chief executive officer of defense manufacturing company Denel, Zwelakhe Ntshepe, has stepped down from his position with immediate effect.

SA unemployment rate remains unchanged

South Africa's unemployment rate remained unchanged at 26.7 percent, during the first quarter of 2018.

Free Trade debate gathers momentum in Addis Ababa

The dream of an African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) edged one step closer to becoming reality this week, following a meeting of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Ministers in Addis Ababa.

Groenewald: Black people not interested in land, they just want money

Leader of the Freedom Front Plus (FFPlus), Piet Groenewald, is not giving up on his fight against land expropriation without compensation.

#BusStrike: Satawu optimistic over fresh negotiations

Satawu says it's optimistic as unions and employers enter a fresh round of negotiations in an attempt to bring an end to the long-running bus strike.

NUM reportedly wants a 37 percent wage increase in gold mining sector

The National Union of Mineworkers of South Africa has reportedly tabled a request for a wage increase of 37 percent over two years to the Chamber of Mines.

Land reform: Foreign investors are on board

President Cyril Ramaphosa dug in his heels in the National Assembly on Tuesday, telling Members of Parliament that the construction of an inclusive economy would be the only way to ensure faster economic growth in South Africa.
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