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Molefe not joining the PIC

Media reports on Monday claimed that Molefe was up to take on the role of CEO at the PIC.

SARS to take KPMG to court over reputational damage

Tom Moyane will be taking KPMG to court for damage done to SARS' reputation after it rescinded a report into a rogue unit operating at the revenue service.

New KPMG SA CEO vows to restore the firm's reputation

Nhlamu Dlomu says that she is committed to restoring the firm's fundamental values of ethics and integrity.

End in sight for NUM's Exxaro strike?

NUM deputy secretary William Mabapa is optimistic that the Exxaro wage strike may end on Monday after the company tabled a revised wage offer.

Taxi strike looming for Western Cape

Taxi associations in the Western Cape are preparing to embark on an indefinite strike from Monday, the province's taxi association has said.

KPMG latest casualty in Gupta fallout

On Friday, KPMG announced that its leadership group for its South African arm has been removed.

Guptas vs Bank of Baroda reveals granting of 'unlawful' loan for mine

Guptas vs Bank of Baroda unveils the granting of an 'unlawful' loan for a mine in 2016.

Bird flu hits the Eastern Cape

The Eastern Cape has become the latest province in SA to confirm the presence of avian flu, with several Uitenhage chicken farms reporting incidents.

Death knell tolls for PR firm Bell Pottinger

Public relations firm Bell Pottinger has collapsed, with the announcement that the firm has gone into administration.

Qoma says Eskom board ignored state capture allegations

Eskom's Khulani Qoma drew up an internal report accusing the board of ignoring allegations of state capture, which has now been leaked to the media.

Former Bell Pottinger partners seeking legal advice regarding the future

The pair were forced to leave the firm following a review by a law firm which brought evidence to light that had "dismayed" former CEO James Henderson.
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