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Global cargo firms in raid
Global cargo firms in raid
Companies

Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies are raided by South African authorities on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates.

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Stark differences persist in labour market
Stark differences persist in labour market
Opinion

Although in law women and men are equal, in fact, there is a stark gap between the two writes Susan Shabangu.

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OPEC could still agree to limit oil
OPEC could still agree to limit oil
Markets

OPEC might still agree an oil output-limiting deal later this year after failing to do so in Algeria this week.

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UberEats coming to a corner near you
UberEats coming to a corner near you
Industry news

Uber is making an aggressive drive into meal delivery, gearing up to enter at least 22 new countries, including South Africa, ...

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SA SMEs are optimistic about their future
SA SMEs are optimistic about their future
Business News

South Africa’s small businesses are still very confident in the current state and future outlook of their businesses, a Facebook survey shows.

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Reborn Russian Ponzi scheme scams Africans
Reborn Russian Ponzi scheme scams Africans
Business News

Thousands of investors are feared to have lost their money after a pyramid scheme run by a convicted Russian fraudster crashed in Zimbabwe.

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MTN tries to quell Nigerian controversy
MTN tries to quell Nigerian controversy
Companies

MTN “strongly refutes” an accusation by lawmakers that it illegally moved $14 billion out of the country, as it tries to ...

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Rates backlog hits eThekwini property sales
Rates backlog hits eThekwini property sales
Business News

Property sales worth millions are hanging in the balance because of backlogs in the eThekwini municipality’s rates department.

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You’re taking home less
You’re taking home less
Business News

South Africans are, in general, finding they have less money left at the end of the month as inflationary pressures bite.