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Here is why returning clothes in the aftermath of the unrest can be tricky

Here is why returning clothes in the aftermath of the unrest can be tricky

Due to the unrest and looting in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng‚ several stores in both provinces are not exchanging items for the “right size” or issuing refunds without an original slip.

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Liberty tops up pandemic reserve amid Covid-19 death claims

The third wave of the coronavirus has necessitated a top-up of insurance giant Liberty Holding's pandemic reserve, which it set up last year to provide for the expected impact of Covid-19 on its business.

Banks count cost of replacing ATMs looted during unrest

Banks said on Thursday that replacing 1,400 automatic teller machines (ATMs) vandalised and looted during recent violent unrest could take about two months.

Leak in vegetable canned products prompts Tiger Brands to recall 20-million cans

Tiger Brands announced on Monday that it has withdrawn 20-million of its canned vegetable products because of a leak in a small number of cans.

JSE faces slumping Asian markets as Chinese regulators take aim at Tencent

Tencent, of which the Naspers stable is the single biggest shareholder, has been hit by a fine from Chinese regulators for anticompetitive behaviour

Mango Airlines to enter business rescue, says SAA interim CEO

South African Airways (SAA) subsidiary Mango Airlines will enter into a local form of bankruptcy protection known as business rescue, SAA's interim chief executive Thomas Kgokolo told eNCA television on Monday.

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After the looting spree: neighbours 'reconsider their dependence' on SA

Economists and business leaders in Zimbabwe believe it would be foolish for the country to waste a good crisis and now is the time to reduce its reliance on South African imports and infrastructure.

WeBuyCars confirms purchase of TicketPro Dome

WeBuyCars confirmed on Tuesday it has purchased the TicketPro Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg, from the Sasol Pension Fund

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Kumba Iron Ore cuts sales target on bad weather, rail constraints

Kumba Iron Ore Ltd lowered its 2021 sales forecast on Tuesday, as rail constraints and adverse weather at Saldanha Port in South Africa hampered the miner's first-half trading.

JSE could see a rebound on Tuesday

Mining stocks likely to recover after bearing brunt of lower commodity prices

Entrepreneur Mike Nkuna counts the cost of looting at his malls in Soweto

Entrepreneur Mike Nkuna was on his way to meet his church leader for a prayer  on Monday morning when he noticed a large group of people preparing to attack one of his many shopping malls in Soweto.

Rand rises, but set to lose more than 2% after civil unrest

The rand led gains across emerging market currencies on Friday, as it trimmed steep weekly losses on fears of civil unrest.

Massmart says 41 stores looted, four sites set ablaze

Massmart said on Friday protesters had looted 41 of its stores and two of its distribution centres, with four sites suffering significant damage from arson, in some of the country's worst unrest in years.

Local businesses earn kudos for innovative ideas

Two agencies have put SA on the map in the world of engineering with one being named a runner-up of an international competition and another shortlisted at the Royal Academy of Engineering's 2021 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation.

Pineapple prices spike as home brewing quenches booze ban thirst

Pineapple prices have gone through the roof as people turn to home brewing to counter the booze ban in SA.

Prosus shareholders approve Naspers share purchase

Shareholders of technology investor Prosus NV on Friday approved a deal with parent Naspers of South Africa that will move most of the economic value of the intertwined companies to Amsterdam.

Door-to-door salesman launches his own timepieces

Bhengu said after building a good relationship with suppliers they referred him to watch assemblers and designers to make his brand.

Nigeria to freeze MultiChoice accounts in tax dispute

Nigeria's Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) said it had instructed banks to freeze the accounts of MultiChoice Africa and its Nigerian subsidiary for breaching agreements and denying access to records for auditing.

Mine deaths rose 33% in the first half 2021 - government

Mines recorded 32 deaths in the first half of 2021 compared with 24 during the same period in 2020, the mines ministry said on Thursday, continuing a spike in deaths which began last year in some of the world's deepest mines.

Significant downturn in e-hailing as pandemic hits gig economy: report

While the food delivery sector has been boosted, the lockdowns, curfews and alcohol bans have had a significant impact on the e-hailing sector and in-person service delivery platforms.

World food prices fall in June for first time in a year -FAO

World food prices fell in June for the first time in 12 months, pushed lower by declines in vegetable oils, cereals and dairy products, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday.

Mthembu was a sharp thinker and intellectual — Zungu

Friends, family and leaders in the political and business fraternity have described businessman Khehla Mthembu as a selfless leader who loved people.

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Booze industry lobbies Sars for big tax break as ban hammers revenue

As SA's booze ban enters its second week, the industry's biggest association is pleading with revenue service Sars to give it a tax holiday.

Business slams collapse of infrastructure

​Business owners have raised concerns about the rate at which public infrastructure and service delivery are deteriorating in the JB Marks municipality and could repel investors.

Businesses dread another round of gloomy days

The current Covid-19 level 4  lockdown in SA has put several businesses on the brink of collapse while other entrepreneurs have opted to give up.
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