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Crucial policy missteps have taken place – Ramaphosa

23rd July 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday that, while South Africa has come a long way 25 years into democracy, there have been crucial policy missteps, and he admitted that government has, at times, failed to implement coherent policy or delayed doing so. He was addressing delegates at the 25... 

Repo rate cut welcomed

18th July 2019 Black Business Council (BBC) CEO Kganki Matabane on Thursday welcomed the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) Monetary Policy Committee’s decision to cut the repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.5% from 6.75%. Matabane said the committee’s decision to decrease the repo rate will bring much needed... 

Eskom will not restore power to areas affected by illegal connections

11th July 2019 Power utility Eskom on Thursday warned that it will not be restoring power in areas affected by illegal connections. This decision comes after extensive customer and various stakeholder engagements across the Gauteng province, aimed at resolving issues related to electricity services.  

We need serious overhaul of Cabinet to attract foreign investment – Prof Duvenhage

28th May 2019 President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to introduce a major overhaul of his Cabinet if he is to attract foreign investment, says political analyst Professor Andre Duvenhage. Duvenhage was addressing members of the business organisation Sakeliga in Centurion on Tuesday as the country anticipates the... 

ANC must use its mandate to transform and grow economy – BBC

13th May 2019 The Black Business Council has called on the African National Congress to use its mandate to transform and grow the South African economy following the party’s victory in the 2019 election. The ANC received more than ten-million votes in this year's national election. In a statement, BBC... 

Busa calls on business community to allow employees to vote on May 8

6th May 2019 Business Unity South Africa on Monday urged all employers, including its members, to encourage workers to exercise their right to vote in the 2019 national election on May 8.  While political parties wrap up their campaign for the hotly contested sixth general elections since the dawn of... 

Corruption has eroded pillars of democracy – report

10th April 2019 While South Africans commemorate the late freedom fighter Chris Hani, who was assassinated 26 years ago, civil society organisation Corruption Watch on Wednesday released a report on how corruption has eroded the pillars of democracy. This comes before South Africans cast their votes on May 8 in... 

Women have only three-quarters of men’s legal rights, affecting work prospects

27th February 2019 If women had equal opportunities to reach their full potential, the world would not only be fairer, it would be prosperous, said World Bank Group interim president Kristalina Georgieva. In its newly released index titled Women, Business and the Law 2019: A Decade of Reform, the World Bank... 

SAIIA, Brookings launch Foresight Africa report

28th January 2019 The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) and the Brookings Institution’s Africa Growth Initiative (AGI) launched the Foresight Africa report on Monday, in Johannesburg, highlighting the top priorities for the continent in 2019.  AGI senior fellow and director Brahima Coulibaly... 

Home Affairs Committee proposes cell phone ban for DoH staff

14th January 2019 Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs chairperson Hlomani Chauke on Monday called on the Department of Home Affairs (DoH) to consider an outright ban on cell phone usage by front line staff during working hours at all branches. This follows numerous complaints made to the committee from members of... 

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