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Gauteng improved its revenue: Creecy

The Gauteng provincial government has improved its revenue from R2 620bn to R4 344bn over the past five years, finance MEC Barbara Creecy says.

Gauteng improved its revenue: Creecy

The Gauteng provincial government has improved its revenue from R2 620bn to R4 344bn over the past five years, finance MEC Barbara Creecy says.

Joburg city officials to meet hawkers

The City of Johannesburg will meet hawkers in an attempt to create an inclusive economy in the inner city, the municipality says.
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Nkwinti warns of 'land sharks'

Minister Gugile Nkwinti has reiterated his commitment to expediting new expropriation legislation and limiting foreign land ownership.
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Automotives, textiles to get record boost

Government will bolster the automotive and clothing and textile sectors with a record R7.9bn over the next year, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.
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Construction boom at Coega

Seven companies are investing over R3bn at the Coega industrial development zone in the Eastern Cape, says the Coega Development Corporation.
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SA needs PhDs urgently, says Pandor

South Africa is producing too few doctoral graduates, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor says.
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Talks resume to end metalworker strike

Unions are set to hear a response from the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of SA on a wage proposal that could end an almost four-week strike.
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Nuclear plan could cost SA over R1trn - DA

The government's proposed nuclear build programme could dig a deep hole for the economy and push up electricity prices to unaffordable levels, warns the DA.
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Two more added to tolls commitee

Two people have been added to the panel tasked with examining the impact of e-tolls, says Gauteng premier David Makhura.
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Sarb hikes repo rate

South African Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus has announced a repo rate hike in the wake of rising inflation and weak economic growth.
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Parly excited by Brics bank

The new Brics bank will lessen the impact of obstructionist conditions attached to loans from the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, says a top MP.
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Seifsa turns to bargaining council

The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa hopes to secure a wage settlement in the metal sector through the bargaining council.
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Zuma: Brics huge for business growth

The agreements signed by Brics nations open huge potential for the insurance and reinsurance markets and for African business growth, says President Jacob Zuma.
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Trade activity picks up slightly - Sacci

The Trade Activity Index has increased slightly by two index points to 52 in June, according to the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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