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Pros and cons of chicken imports are under debate

From today, anti-dumping duties will kick in on frozen bone-in chicken imported from Germany, the Netherlands and the UK after the SA Poultry Association succes... Read Story

Unions take action over Telkom retrenchment plan

Trouble is brewing at Telkom. The trade unions operating at the multibillion-rand fixed mobile operator are going to approach the courts to try and reverse the ... Read Story

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Limb loss: setback or opportunity

This week’s leadership interview on CliffCentral.com Leadership Platform was with Natalie du Toit.

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Positive acts needed to heal labour relations
June 26 2014 at 04:54

In his book, The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell talks about how adolescent male suicide took off in Micronesia. It’s not one of those activities, like smoking, that you would expect to catch on as a fashion or a con... Read Story
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State’s ad restrictions stomping out cigarette use
June 26 2014 at 04:51

I listened to a tobacconist from Cape Town on the radio on my way to work. He described how the government’s cigarette advertising restrictions have shrunk his sales over the past few years.

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When facing economic headwinds, change tack
June 26 2014 at 04:51

South Africa’s new political leaders are establishing themselves in one of the most fragile economic settings in the country’s recent history.

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Proposal to change RAF will rip off road users
June 25 2014 at 04:53

The Department of Transport published a revised version of the Road Accident Benefit Scheme Bill in the Government Gazette on May 9.

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State gives textile, apparel cluster a R200m boost
June 25 2014 at 04:46

The government has put in more resources to help kick-start the textile and apparel industry back to its glory days.

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What is buried, unearthed at end of SA’s wage rage
June 25 2014 at 04:44

It took exactly five months but the strike by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union in Rustenburg against the main mining companies appears to finally be over, with workers set to return today.

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What the ruling against Amcu means for us all
June 24 2014 at 05:05

On the eve of what is now commonly referred to as the annual strike season, the Labour Appeal Court, in the matter of Chamber of Mines of South Africa and Others versus Amcu and Others was once again called on to consider ... Read Story
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Africa’s food future lies in small farms’ investment
June 24 2014 at 04:56

In an Africa where 20 nations are classified as fragile and 28 countries require food assistance, the need for a rural transformation backed by investment and not just words is critical.

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China’s rising millionaires takes centre stage
June 23 2014 at 19:51

Funny how everyone thought China would get old before it got rich.

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BoE’s Carney is skilled at the Maradona manoeuvre
June 23 2014 at 04:37

The Bank of England is working hard to convince the world a rise in interest rates may be just around the corner.

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