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Manyi rescues Gupta-owned media units

Under fire Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments announced that it had sold its media units, ANN7 and The New Age, to Mzwanele 'Jimmy' Manyi's firm Lodidox.

Eskom offer hefty sum to drought relief

Eskom's Development Foundation has donated R750 000 in aid of the Free State's Setsoto Municipality drought relief programme.

Deadlock between SAA and Air Zimbabwe continues

South African Airways has had to trigger its emergency control centre, amid a impasse with Air Zimbabwe.

SA and Chinese bank partner up to fund African SMEs

A South African and Chinese bank has partnered up to provide funding for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in Africa.

Competition Commission officially enters #DataMustFall fray

The Competition Commision entered the #DataMustFall fray with theĀ  terms of reference for the inquiry into the matter being published in the Government Gazette.

Numsa accuses SAA of bullying, threatens to strike

Numsa is accusing embattled state airline SAA of bullying them in order to keep them quiet about a report into corruption at the carrier.

UPDATE: Gordhan loses the battle but wins the war

Pravin Gordhan may have lost the battle in having the court declare him not empowered to intervene in bank-client relationships, but ultimately won the war.

Trio sentenced to 95 years for VAT fraud

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is hailing a court judgement which saw three men convicted of VAT fraud sentenced to 95 years in prison.

BREAKING NEWS: Guptas' Oakbay beats Gordhan

Former minister of finance Pravin Gordhan has lost his case against the Gupta-family owned company Oakbay.

Guptas sue Bank of Baroda

Companies forming part of the Gupta-owned Oakbay Group started litigation against the Bank of Baroda after it said it would be closing the company's accounts.

WC Metrorail to spend more than a billion to fix system

Metrorail has promised to spend more than a billion over the next 24 months to get vandalised coaches operational again and to secure its infrastructure.
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