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Municipal manager, Advocate Bheki khenisa.

Black businesses in Steve Tshwete Municipality gets R50 million investment

Johannesburg - The Steve Tshwete Municipality SMMEs have received a major shot in the arm after the municipality and the National Empowerment Fund (NEF)...
Shoprite calling on Government to allow its 140 000 employees to receive vaccinations

Shoprite wants their 140 000 employees vaccinated

Johannesburg - South African retail giant, Shoprite has made a plea to the government to have their 140 000 employees vaccinated against Covid-19. The supermarket...

Indebted consumers are urged to beware the ‘debt saviour

Johannesburg - Unsavoury characters are exploiting the high indebtedness of South Africans to woo unsuspecting consumers into scams. The National Credit Regulator (NCR) warns that...

Absip slams culling of black execs

Johannesburg - The Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals (Absip) has hit out at the culling of black executives at South Africa’s financial...

Consumer confidence in SA in tatters

Johannesburg - Data from the FNB/BER Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) has laid bare the challenges faced by consumers in South Africa. The FNB/BER CCI decreased...

Four key things to consider when taking out a loan

Johannesburg - With all the data pointing to South African households coming under extreme financial hardships due to uncontrollable credit, it is time to...

Ins and outs of cancelling your policy

Johannesburg - You may have a good reason for cancelling your life insurance policy, starting with a simple and common one: you do not...

Focus on skills development needed for youth to participate in SA...

Johannesburg - The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission has highlighted the need for information dissemination and a real focus on skills development as...

Transformation in local labour moving at a snail’s pace

Johannesburg - With transformation in South Africa’s labour market continuing to progress at a snail’s pace, government should consider reviewing legislation in an effort...

Eskom to give employees a 1.5% salary increase

Johannesburg - Embattled South African power utility Eskom said on Friday it would implement a 1.5% salary increase from July 1 and adjust some...
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