A Pretoria-based company has been ordered to cough up more than R190,000 in provident fund contributions after failing to pay an employee’s portion for four years while deducting money from his salary.
A meeting between Eskom and big business on Friday identified a number of areas where the business sector can make a practical and impactful contribution towards a sustainable electricity supply industry.
The French group, which owns dozens of high-end labels ranging from Tiffany to Moet & Chandon, has tapped strong post-pandemic demand for its designer labels as socialising resumes and shoppers continue to spend savings from lockdowns, brushing off concerns about turbulent stock markets and rising prices.
Twitter Inc will get an October trial in its legal fight to hold Elon Musk to his $44bn takeover, after a Delaware judge said on Tuesday the social media company deserved a quick resolution of the deal's uncertainty.
Lufthansa is cancelling an additional 2,000 flights from Frankfurt and Munich this summer, the German flagship carrier said on Wednesday, citing staffing shortages at airports as well as industrial action and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Twitter Inc sued Elon Musk on Tuesday for violating his $44 bln deal to buy the social media platform and asked a Delaware court to order the world's richest person to complete the merger at the agreed $54.20 per Twitter share.