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Toyota is recalling its electric bZ4X less than two months after launch

Toyota is recalling its electric bZ4X less than two months after launch

Toyota said on Thursday it would recall 2,700 of its first mass-produced electric vehicles (EVs) because of a danger that wheels could come loose.

Members’ dreams possible through property stokvel

HOPE (which stands for “Helping Our People Exceed”) was formed in 2018 by property investor Bontle Zweni. The main aim of the stokvel is to enable disadvantaged and financially excluded people to own land and property.

British International Investment plans $200mln investment in Africa hydropower

The UK government's development finance institution British International Investment plans to invest $200mln in a joint project with Norway's Norfund to construct at least three hydroelectric power projects in Africa.

Russia seeks new fuel markets in Africa, Middle East as Europe turns away

Russia is increasing gasoline and naphtha supplies to Africa and the Middle East as it struggles to sell fuel in Europe, while Asia is already taking bigger volumes of Russian crude, Refinitiv Eikon data showed.

AG says culture in public sector has to change

The auditor-general (AG) of SA cannot do everything alone but needs the collaboration of those in the municipal value chain to improve audit outcomes.

Discovery announces SAA as flight partner after closure of Comair

In the wake of Comair's recent closure, Discovery announced on Monday that SAA's flight network will soon be available on its Vitality Travel platform.

Employees' role vital in cybersecurity as attack on Shoprite showed

Check Point Software, a provider of cybersecurity solutions globally, on Friday reminded African organisations of the importance of cybersecurity training for employees, after the recent "data compromise" at supermarket chain Shoprite.

Cosmetics giant Revlon files for bankruptcy, shares plunge

In its bankruptcy filing, Revlon said supply chain disruptions prompted intense competition for ingredients used to make its products.

Turkish Airlines returns to Durban

Turkish Airlines has reintroduced direct flights from Durban to Istanbul.

Youth must take charge of their destiny – Reuel Khoza

Businessman and president of the Institute of Directors SA Dr Reuel Khoza tore into the state of the country at the Sam Nzima Memorial Lecture, where he urged youth to take charge.

Stokvel Academy educates, empowers stokvels of different kinds

Stokvel Academy is a platform built in 2013 out of frustration with profit-driven corporate companies and has  become a programme to educate and empower stokvels of different kinds.

SA should consider Russian crude imports: Gwede Mantashe

Mineral resources and energy minister Gwede Mantashe on Wednesday said SA should consider importing crude oil from Russia as part of efforts to curb rising fuel prices which have soared since Russia invaded Ukraine.

Sibanye-Stillwater halts Montana mines amid floods

Sibanye-Stillwater suspended production at its two platinum group metals (PGMs) mines in Montana in the United States on Monday night after heavy flooding damaged an access road, a spokesperson said on Tuesday.

Trade unions sign wage deal with miner Sibanye-Stillwater

Two trade unions signed a three-year wage agreement with miner Sibanye-Stillwater on June 11, one of the unions said on Sunday, removing the last hurdle to restarting operations at its gold mines.

Mercedes recalls more than 13,000 vehicles in SA over possible brake failure

The affected models were manufactured between 2006 and 2019

Shoprite Group issues warning on 'suspected data compromise'

The Shoprite Group said on Friday evening it had become aware of a suspected data compromise, including names and ID numbers, which may affect some customers who engaged in money transfers.

Half a million more FNB customers will qualify for eBucks from July 1

SPONSORED | FNB is doubling its efforts to help customers with their transactional, lending, savings, investments, insurance and lifestyle needs beyond banking

ANDREW BOURNE | Businesses must earn employee support to avoid Great Resignation

With an unemployment rate of just over 35%, you may think few employed South Africans can really afford to leave their jobs. But the truth is, even here, employers aren’t immune to this.

Comair business rescue practitioners launch liquidation bid

Business rescue practitioners of Comair have lodged an application in court to liquidate the troubled company

Tesla goes ahead with China hiring event after Musk job warning

Tesla was proceeding with an online hiring event in China on Thursday and added two dozen new job postings for the country, a week after Elon Musk threatened job cuts at the electric car maker and said the company was "overstaffed" in some areas.

New Platinum Credit Card lives up to its elite ranking

Elite status, soft life and luxury privileges are the perks of a new premium credit card, but not so fast... you need to earn at least R62,500 to get your hands on it.

Friendship at the core of Eleganto Social Club

Today, Eleganto stands strong as a platform where members save as a collective with the aim to create wealth, while also supporting each other through the bad times and sharing joy during the good times.

Airlines won't hike ticket prices after Comair's grounding

The Competition Commission (CC) says major airlines have committed to keeping flight ticket prices the same and will not “exploit” the situation following the grounding of Comair flights.

Unions, Sibanye miners to discuss new wage figures

The outcome of a mass union meeting expected to take place at the Unions Buildings in Pretoria on Friday could mean the end of the Sibanye-Stillwater strike that has lasted for three months.

Airlines promise not to raise prices as Comair grounding reduces supply

The Competition Commission has intervened in the plight of commuters who have found themselves at the mercy of other airlines following the voluntary suspension of Comair's Kulula and British Airway flights..

Union leaders to tell workers to end three-week camp at Union Buildings

Union leaders are expected to address striking Sibanye-Stillwater mineworkers at the Union Buildings on Thursday afternoon.

Section of labour legislation might help break Sibanye impasse

An independent arbitrator might have to be appointed to decide on the Sibanye-Stillwater worker strike that has lasted three months.

‘We are hungry and being on strike is painful’

Nokubonga Dobe’s salary of R8,000 is depleted almost immediately after being deposited into her bank account.

These were SA’s best-selling cars in May

Shortage of Toyotas due to flooded factory skews the sales results, but Suzuki again impresses
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