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The second phase of the KwaZulu-Natal's Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone (SEZ) was officially launched by the MEC of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs and the chief executive of the Dube TradePort Hamish Erskine.
A recent study suggests cash costs South Africans around R23-billion annually.
The Lebashe Investment Group has strongly refuted and expressed disappointment with the allegations made by United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader Bantu Holomisa, describing them as unfounded and reckless.
4. NSPCA says Eskom is ignoring farm animals
The National Council of Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) is urging Eskom to take note of its “grave concerns” for farm animals, that depend on electricity for survival, during scheduled load shedding.
Local businesses are suffering serious losses, motorists have to deal with traffic jams and critically ill patients are facing dire consequences, as a result of Eskom implementing Stage 4 load shedding.
6. AYO, PIC and CIPC in courtroom showdown
It was a showdown at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday, between Ayo Technology Solutions (AYO), the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and the Companies and Intellectual Properties Commission (CIPC).
First National Bank said on Wednesday it was extending its partnership with the "I AM AN ENTREPRENEUR" programme for another three years as part of a long-term commitment to help educate, develop and stimulate the small business sector in South Africa.
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