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Cosatu elects its first female president

18th September 2018 Zingiswa Losi has been elected president of trade union federation the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) after being nominated unopposed. The nominations of South Africa’s largest labour federation took place on Tuesday morning where Losi and the rest of the top six were nominated... 

Cronin lifts veil on new draft expropriation law

18th September 2018 A new expropriation bill, set to be tabled in Parliament in the next two months, will set out a clear procedure for land expropriation without compensation and ensure it is an “administratively just process”, according to Deputy Minister of Public Works Jeremy Cronin.  Earlier this month a draft... 

Western Cape farmers call for easing of water restrictions to repair drought damage

18th September 2018 Western Cape farmers are calling on government to reveal how much water they are likely to be allocated this summer, so they can make plans to fix the damage caused by the 60% cut in their water supply. Some farmers say they have already experienced their Day Zero – now they want to know if they... 

Poultry industry takes on US chicken quota as court case brews

17th September 2018 The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) wants government to review the quota of US poultry imports, following the imposition of tariffs on local aluminium and steel products. In court papers filed in the North Gauteng Court, the organisation argues that US tariffs on SA steel and aluminium... 

ANC, ministers threatened Standard Bank to force it to keep Gupta accounts open, State capture commission hears

17th September 2018 Former mineral resources minister Mosebenzi Zwane threatened Standard Bank's operating licence and threatened to change the banking laws, all in an effort to allow the politically connected Gupta family to keep their bank accounts open. This is according to Standard Bank's former head of... 

Mabuza: 'Surgical and difficult austerity measures' may be necessary

14th September 2018 Deputy President David Mabuza said on Friday during his address to the annual Nedlac conference in Johannesburg that the state may have to implement "surgical and difficult austerity measures”. He also called on local South African companies with cash reserves to start investing in SA, saying... 

Ramaphosa assures diplomatic community that land reform will be done in an 'orderly manner'

14th September 2018 Land redistribution is necessary to correct the injustices of South Africa’s apartheid history, President Cyril Ramaphosa told the diplomatic community in Pretoria on Friday. "Parliament is considering whether Section 25 needs to be amended or not to allow for expropriation of land without... 

Rand continues to gain from Turkish rate hike

14th September 2018 The rand traded firmer against the dollar in early trade on Friday, as emerging market currencies continued to benefit from the rise on Turkish interest rates.  The Turkish central bank on Thursday raised the benchmark interest rate from 17.75% to 24%, which caused the lira to strengthen by 4%.   

Easing of water restrictions will restore international investor confidence in Cape Town

13th September 2018 The easing of the stringent water restrictions will restore international confidence in Cape Town as a destination for tourism and investment, say business leaders. But it will take hard work getting the message out there. Tim Harris, CEO of Wesgro, the agency that promotes tourism, trade and... 

PRASA commits to paying R16m for special Rail Enforcement Unit

13th September 2018 The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (PRASA) says it is fully committed to its part in the establishment of a special Rail Enforcement Unit, pledging to pay its R16-million contribution towards the deployment of an additional 100 officers. The rail agency's contribution, which it reaffirmed at a... 

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