Energy Minister To Face Questions Over Nuclear Bid

Cape Town – The Democratic Alliance (DA) will on Tuesday ask Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson why Russia’s nuclear energy framework agreement looks like a...

Babalas Bread: Hansa Develops Magic Bread To Cure Babalas

After centuries of hangover remedies that don’t seem to work, the manufactures of Hansa Pilsener have come up with a solution that will help...

Ramaphosa To Shed Light On Eskom, SAA Plans

Cape Town - Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is to shed light on plans to improve the efficiency of key state-owned enterprises such as South...
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Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan Threatened To Resign

Cape Town – Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan threatened to resign ahead of his crucial budget address over an alleged clash with Sars commissioner Tom...
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Court Orders Vodacom To Pay ‘Please Call’ Me Inventor

Johannesburg - South Africa’s highest legal authority, the Constitutional Court, has ruled that Vodacom must compensate the inventor of the Please Call Me SMS...
Barclays to Sell Absa Bank

Barclays To Sell Absa And Exit Africa

London-based Barclays has decided to sell its Africa operations, which includes the Absa Group, the Financial Times said. The sale forms part of Barclays' plans...

‘Corrupt’ Jacob Zuma Daughter Quits Ministerial Job After Massive Criticism

Durban - President Jacob Zuma's daughter, who received widespread criticism for being the youngest head of a ministerial department, has left her government job,...

South Africa’s First Female-Owned Airline Goes International

South Africa-based Fly Blue Crane, the first airline started by a black woman, is about to launch its first international flight less than a year...
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Just How Many People Do The Guptas Employ In SA?

According to data research by Africa Check, claims about the total number of people employed across Gupta businesses is in dispute. In South Africa, the...

SA Economy To Bleed Further, As Gvt Maintains Hostility Towards Investors

The struggling economy seems likely to suffer another blow that could lead to foreign investors taking flight. This was the message to parliament yesterday from...

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