Hadebe will be officially released from his duty at the end of July.
The board appointed chief operating officer Iain Williamson as acting chief executive officer. 
The service says it is crucial for employers to submit their annual reconciliation within the deadline.
‘It’s about leadership or hegemony over the fourth industrial revolution – whose technologies are going to be the dominant technologies,’ he says.
The media investment company is responsible for nearly US$48 billion in annual media investment through various agencies.
The bottom line was hit by challenges in Switzerland, but with six more day clinics planned for SA and investments in Dubai, the private healthcare services group is set to grow.

Personal Finance Pinpointing the true value of financial advice

Advisors can add enormous value by being the independent, objective voice of reason that helps investors avoid the mistakes emotional and cognitive biases lead to.

Business News Eskom’s new tariff to hit Joburg’s poorest

In March, Nersa granted the power utility an average price increase of 9.41%.

Business Reserve Bank keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.75%

The Reserve Bank governor says there are numerous pressures on inflation, but it will still decline slowly for the next three years, as it has since 2017.

Business SA Express to charge former execs with fraud and corruption

South African Express (SAX) said on Thursday it was preparing to lay fraud and corruption charges against some of its former executives.

Business eMedia Holdings swings into R117m profit despite loss-making Openview

eMedia Holdings owns a 67.69 percent interest in eMedia Investments, the company that owns e.tv, eNCA and Openview.

Business PwC southern Africa appoints first female CEO

Accounting firm PwC said on Wednesday it had appointed Shirley Machaba as its new chief executive officer for southern Africa effective from July 1, the first black African woman to be appointed in this role.

Business African audit regulators collaborate to strengthen regional oversight, restore confidence

Work is underway to align legislation, regulation and information-sharing across the region regarding the oversight of auditors and accountants.

Business Fuel prices mostly to blame for increase in cost of living

The 7.4% rise in transport costs have had an impact on the prices of all other categories of goods and services, as just about everything needs transport to reach consumers.

Business Suspended CEO of Botswana supermarket chain confident of vindication

Choppies did not say why it suspended Ramachandran Ottapathu, but the move comes as legal and forensic investigations take place at the company.

Business News Sasol’s Lake Charles project costs balloon by another $1bn

The latest revision to the budget is much pricier than the initial $8.9 billion shareholders expected when the project started in October 2014, but Sasol remains confident.

Business News Oakbay’s debt troubles worsen

Firm is opposing the liquidation and argues it doesn’t owe the money claimed.

Business News NUM members end underground sit-in at Chinese mine in NW after five days

At least 69 NUM members staged an underground sit-in at No. 7 Shaft on Saturday morning, demanding an eight percent salary increase.

Business News Black Business Council urges Ramaphosa to spearhead economic recovery, renewal

Sandile Zungu, BBC president, said that they were confident that Ramaphosa will also focus on ensuring that the era is free from state capture and corruption.

Business News Fourth Red Bull Amaphiko Academy kicks off Durban

The academy is apparently the perfect springboard for any social entrepreneur looking to make a change in their community.



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