23.9.2020 05:51 pm
There is likely little concern for any lasting effects from the pandemic’s initial impact on the market, at least for the products considered by the Competition Commission in its second quarterly report on Essential Food Pricing.
The first two reports seem to suggest that all food products showing a pricing spike also showed prices easing afterwards although the Covid-19 pandemic came with some “short-term pricing effects at a wholesale level, particularly on essential food products”.
Many people were forced to work from home when the lockdown started at the end of March and many continued to work from home as lockdown was eased. The world of work has definitely changed. Will we work from home forever now?
Tax under collection, subdued economic growth, tax dodgers and the growth of the illicit economy are all contributing factors that will make economic recovery difficult.
Speaking on Bongani Bingwa’s ‘Breakfast Show’ on 702, CEO of Clicks Vikesh Ramsunder said he was shocked when he saw the ad.
‘What people look for in brands is knowing that you care about them. What Clicks did, contradicted that,’ one expert said.
Comparing the latest economic forecasts with those of six months ago shows a marked worsening of expectations.
Operating out of containers in impoverished rural areas achieving a turnover of between R150,000 and R250,000 a month.
Investors logged into the South African company’s virtual annual meeting held Friday protested against the extent of fees paid to various advisers
Corruption has been a constant feature of South African political life for much of the past 350 years. It is deeply embedded and it will take a concerted effort, over years, not days, to defeat it.
Big showdown expected when Mboweni tables mid-term budget in October.
Steve Tshwete and eMalahleni are neighbouring municipalities in Mpumalanga run by the same party, but with very different financial performances.
From side-hustle to full-time businesses, here’s how people are making the most of the pandemic.
The options available to the taxpayer are ‘accept’, ‘edit’, or ‘do nothing.’ Before November 16.
The big debate always boils down to the readiness of the health system to face a potential onslaught of Covid-19 cases, versus the need for the economy to fully function in order to save jobs.
‘Our initial expectations were for the pandemic to have a more chilling and lingering impact on activity, with pent-up demand filtering through only later this year.’