Brexit’s D-Day may be shifted, Britain’s MPs will vote on the decision on Wednesday, but SA’s Minister of Trade and Industry, Rob Davies hopes to seal a post-Brexit trade deal… Read more »
Eskom was the main theatre of corruption says Jabu Mabuza; Miners across South Africa brace for strike action and Northam Platinum reports a record operating profit. Original of the video… Read more »
The City of Cape Town’s Transport Directorate is making great progress with its Gugulethu Roads Rehabilitation project. This project aims to provide the community with an improved and upgraded road network by ensuring that road surfaces are safer for motorists and pedestrians. The City is upgrading the roads of Gugulethu in various phases starting from […]
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After 11 years of planning, the Sandown Road Link was opened on 29 October 2013. The opening was celebrated by not only those attending the “Road Opening Ceremony” hosted by township developers Garden Cities, The Milnerton Estates and The Aska Property Group, but equally celebrated by the motorists using this east-west link between the West […]
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Watch Africas first and only pan-African real-time financial and business network live online. Original of the video here South Africa News South Africa Entertainment News South Africa Sport News South… Read more »
Energy Analyst & MD of EE Publishers, Chris Yelland and Lucie Villa, Lead Sovereign Analyst for South Africa at Moody’s both joined Business Day TV to discuss the ongoing Eskom… Read more »
Pick n Pay is trialing a new affordable reusable alternative to plastic carrier bags. The retailer said that the new bag is the first of its kind, being made from green recycled plastic bottles. It added that the bag will cost R5 and will initially be introduced in 22 stores across the country to gauge […]
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Alicia Kalil from Berman-Kalil Housing Concepts says that people are constantly pleasantly surprised when they see a shipping container home in person. Speaking to Cape Talk recently, Kalil said that container living has several attracting forces, including build time, mobility and affordability. She said that 90% of the build is done at the factory, which is […]
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And in our business bulletin tonight, Peninah Karibe updates you on news items from Africa and beyond, including; Zimbabwe teachers continue with their strike as the main opposition dismisses President… Read more »
Soweto businesses get full land ownership rights, announces Mashaba FILE IMAGE: Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba speaks at the Field Band Foundation’s 20th birthday on 26 October 2017. Image: Field Band… Read more »