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At a time when the United States is emasculating the United Nations, pulling out of global agreements and destabilising trade relations, the BRICS leaders have fired back.
Eskom has finally canned the 100MW concentrating solar power (CSP) plant near Upington in the Northern Cape after prolonged uncertainty, saying the decision had the blessing of the project’s financiers.
Cell C has launched new WhatsApp bundles which will allow access to Facebook included in the deal.
The R11 billion invested in a semi-knocked down (SKD) vehicle assembly plant in South Africa by Beijing Automotive International Corporation (BAIC) forms part of a four-pronged international expansion strategy by the Chinese state-owned company.
President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday called on Brics countries to come up with policies that would support local industries – particularly small, medium and macro enterprises – in the face of protectionism led by the world’s biggest economy, the US.
Former President Jacob Zuma returns to the High Court today - this time with a newer and bigger legal team to fight his corruption, money laundering and racketeering charges that were served on him about a decade ago.
7. SA Express to take flight with only 2 aircrafts
Earlier this year, South Africa’s Civil Aviation Authority grounded SA Express but today two out of the 21 SA Express airplanes have been permitted to fly again.
- BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE