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Retrenchment isn’t always the solution
Retrenchment isn’t always the solution
Companies

Many local businesses too are feeling the economic 'heat' as owners grapple to maintain turnover and profitability.

19h
Same job, equal pay
Same job, equal pay
Cape Times

I am receiving daily queries from workers in various positions asking whether they are entitled to the same pay as their ...

19h
Trump walking a fine line with Twitter outbursts
Trump walking a fine line with Twitter outbursts
Cape Times

WE have all done it. That late evening tweet which seemed like a good idea at the time.

20h
Mertesacker eyes new year return for Arsenal
Mertesacker eyes new year return for Arsenal
Premier League

Arsenal centre back Per Mertesacker is eyeing a return to action in the new year after spending the first half of the Premier ...

21h
Should Wayde have won ahead of Bolt?
Should Wayde have won ahead of Bolt?
Sport

For all the awards showered on Wayde van Niekerk this year, he missed out on the one he may have coveted the most.

21h
IOC undecided over refugee team for Tokyo Games
IOC undecided over refugee team for Tokyo Games
Sport

The newly-formed refugee team competing at this year's Olympics was one of the highlights in Rio de Janeiro but it is not ...

21h
La Liga’s ambitious television audience target
La Liga’s ambitious television audience target
World Leagues

Liga is targeting a global television audience of three billion people by the end of next season, a senior league official ...

22h
Sharks secure new kit sponsor
Sharks secure new kit sponsor
Sport

The Sharks announced they have entered into a partnership with Canterbury South Africa, as their new apparel sponsor.

23h
Abuse scandal will spread beyond England - Dein
Abuse scandal will spread beyond England - Dein
Soccer

The sexual abuse scandal engulfing English football was "bound to" spread to other countries, former FA official David Dein insisted.