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Justin Brown
City Press Business Editor. Ex Business Report News Editor, Online Editor & resources reporter. Opinions my own. Retweets and follows are not endorsements.
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The Public Investment Corporation has made an equity investment of US$100 million to acquire Class B shares in the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank). The investment was made on behalf of the Government Employees Pension Fund.
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City Press Sep 16
Negotiations regarding a settlement between the creator of the “Please call me” service, Kenneth Nkosana Makate, and Vodacom have reached a deadlock
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News24 Sep 15
| We may need affirmative action relook - minister
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City Press Sep 15
As part of a move to boost its revenue collection, Sars is looking to nail 300 000 companies with penalties for failure to submit corporate income tax returns
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City Press Sep 16
Cosatu is bleeding and general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali wants new powers to intervene in squabbling member unions to stop the exodus. Membership of Cosatu unions fell to 1.6 million this year – down from 2.2 million in 2013
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City Press Sep 16
Bongani Mathebula, the suspended company secretary of the Public Investment Corporation, was summoned to a disciplinary hearing this week for allegedly leaking information
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City Press Sep 16
The government is seeking to engage the SA Human Rights Commission after the Chapter Nine body reportedly found that the country’s affirmative action and employment equity policies were unconstitutional
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Fin24 Sep 16
‘Please call me’ talks deadlock amid funding battles
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Fin24 Sep 16
Zimbabwean shareholders in the Botswana-based multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer Choppies have accused the company’s other shareholders of trying to “capture” them like the “Guptas did in South Africa”.
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Fin24 Sep 15
Sars to hit 300 000 companies with fines
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Fin24 Sep 15
Cosatu battles declines | Labour federation Cosatu has continued to bleed members and cannot get a handle on major affiliated unions that have become embarrassingly dysfunctional.
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City Press Sep 15
MT : In tomorrow's City Press, find out how those loyal to former president Jacob Zuma are trying to take down Deputy President David Mabuza
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City Press Sep 15
MT : In the City Press tomorrow: Find out how Cosatu is bleeding members by
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Justin Brown Sep 12
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene will present the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement to Parliament on the afternoon of Wednesday, 24 October, the National Treasury says in a statement.
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Justin Brown Sep 12
The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) Business Confidence Index (BCI) fell by 4.2 index points in August 2018 to a year low. Only 3 of the 13 sub-indices of the BCI rose in August 2018 compared with July 2018. "The business climate was upset by uncertainty," Sacci said.
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Justin Brown Sep 12
FNB: Year ended June 2018 eWallet surpassed R21bn in value of money sent, which is a 41% growth compared to the previous year, from 6.1 million active wallets of which nearly 2 million are regular users.
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Justin Brown Sep 12
Cosatu will hold its 13th national congress from Monday, September 17 to Thursday, September 20 in Midrand in Gauteng. The congress' themes are: "Deepen the back to basic campaign, consolidate the struggle for national democratic revolution and advance the struggle for socialism”
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Justin Brown Sep 11
High Court Judge Tsoka has granted the provisional sequestrations of former VBS CEO Andile Ramavhunga, his wife Zanele and Vele CEO Robert Madzonga. VBS curator contends that the Ramavhungas, Madzonga and others 'devised and executed massive fraud' & are indebted to least R1.5bn
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Justin Brown Sep 10
National Treasury official Chris Axelson: SA isn’t Argentina - SA haven’t gone to International Monetary Fund looking for money. SA isn’t Turkey where there has been questions about central bank independence. SA managed debt well over past 10 to 15 years. Growth is biggest issue.
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Justin Brown Sep 10
The Sars Inquiry will hold another round of hearings from September 25 to September 28. The Commissioner of the Inquiry retired Judge Robert Nugent previously indicated that the next round of hearings could take place in early October.
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