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Former Steinhoff chief executive Markus Jooste has been given a week’s reprieve to appear and testify under oath before four parliamentary committees following an agreement reached at court yesterday.
Business Report can today reveal that embattled Grant Thornton Johannesburg chief executive Paul Badrick is back at work after he was cleared of the sexual harassment allegations laid against him.
The expropriation of land without compensation debate has resulted in a significant slump in demand for affordable housing, with many aspirant homeowners believing they would be getting homes for free.
The contentious nuclear energy issue reared its head again yesterday when Energy Minister Jeff Radebe released the updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) for public input for a period of 60 days.
South African building materials retailer Cashbuild reported a 9 percent decline in annual profit on Tuesday due to higher costs and weak consumer demand, sending its shares tumbling more than 4 percent.
The UK IS planning an outlay of £8 billion (R146.36bn) in Africa in the next four years and South Africa has set its sights on being the biggest beneficiary of the investments.
Counterfeit goods and expired food have been confiscated during raids with health practitioners warning communities from consuming such items.
- BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE