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Black businesses ‘still struggling’
Black businesses ‘still struggling’
Business News

Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says SA’s journey of transformation still has a long way to go.

1 day ago
Sale of SA’s oil reserves ‘careless’
Sale of SA’s oil reserves ‘careless’
Business News

SA’s Strategic Fuel Fund failed to notify the Treasury of a sale of crude oil reserves, according to the auditor-general.

1 day ago
SA regulator delays spectrum auction
SA regulator delays spectrum auction
Business News

ICASA has postponed an auction of more than $1bn of high-speed broadband spectrum in the face of government opposition.

1 day ago
Women in construction, mining still face discrimination
Women in construction, mining still face discrimination
Business News

Research released by Satri found that men working in mining and construction sectors continue to use discriminatory language ...

1 day ago
Ubank bosses must grow business or go, says NUM
Ubank bosses must grow business or go, says NUM
Companies

The National Union of Mineworkers has re-affirmed that Ubank is not for sale and says management should “step aside” if they ...

2 days ago
Elon Musk gazes towards Mars
Elon Musk gazes towards Mars
International

The Red Planet holds a particular fascination for Elon Musk - and his speech at the 67th International Astronautical Congress ...

2 days ago
Race for mega-ships continues in cloudy conditions
Race for mega-ships continues in cloudy conditions
International

Dick S. Danielsen’s childhood dream was to sail the biggest ships in the world. He got his chance on the Majestic Maersk.

2 days ago
African agriculture is powering economic transformation
African agriculture is powering economic transformation
Opinion

There’s been uneven progress, but African agriculture has shown remarkable improvement recently, writes Thomas Jayne.

2 days ago
Global airlines embrace pollution plan
Global airlines embrace pollution plan
International

Aviation industry backs UN proposal to limit pollution from international flights - even though the measure could cost companies $24bn annually.