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The local unit battled opposing forces as improving risk sentiment faced off against a grim business activity outlook according to NKC Research.
The Business rescue practitioners (BRPs) of SA Airways (SAA) have said all flights, repatriations or otherwise, would be halted tomorrow, Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan announced yesterday.
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday has told MPs every effort is being made to resolve the desperate situation surrounding South African Airways (SAA) and has suggested the carrier's business rescue practitioners have fallen short of government's expectations.
At the IBM Think Digital conference, IBM announced the launch of Open P-TECH, a free digital education platform focused on workplace learning and digital skills.
Findings extracted from the Covid-19 National Small Business Survey (Post Level-5 lockdown) released by the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC), highlights the continued pain experienced by small businesses coming out of level-5 of the lockdown.
Capitalworks Investment Partners Pty Ltd. plans to invest 5 billion rand ($270 million) of newly raised cash in mid-sized South African companies hit by a shrinking local economy and the coronavirus pandemic.
Eskom's income has shrunk by about R2.5 billion in April as energy demand plummeted due to the country's national lockdown in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the power utility's chief executive, Andre de Ruyter, said on Wednesday.
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