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The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) has announced that Deputy Governor Daniel Mminele will be retiring from the service of the Sarb when his second five-year term as Deputy Governor expires on 30 June 2019.
Northam Platinum will resume operations at its Eland mine complex outside Brits in North West, which was placed on ice, by injecting more than R2billion over five years, a vote of confidence in the recovery of the platinum group metals (PGM) price.
The standoff between pay TV provider MultiChoice and the Information Technology Communication Union (ICTU) continues after a meeting between executives of both organisations on Wednesday failed to break the impasse.
Steinhoff International Holdings is seeking more than R850 million from former chief executive Markus Jooste for his role in the accounting crisis that triggered the retailer's near-collapse.
This Youth Month, Vodacom KwaZulu Natal will offer 70 school-going female learners from the province the opportunity to learn how to code during the winter school holidays, from 24 June – 05 July 2019.
IWG brand, Spaces has made a name for itself as a pioneer within mixed-use developments and shopping centres.
Information and communications technology company T-Systems says its partnership with the Hazyview Digital Learning Centre (HDLC) in Mpumalanga province highlights its successes in driving the sharing of knowledge and development of skills in local communities that need it the most.
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