19.9.2020 01:07 pm
Payments for April, May and June will be issued on Monday and Tuesday, thereafter it plans to run payments for 1 July to 15 August from Wednesday to Saturday.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has confirmed that Temporary Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (Ters) payments will resume on Monday.
Tsogo Sun has put all of its staff on severe salary cuts and has avoided lay offs.
The UK High Court’s recent clarification, that the Covid-19 pandemic and the government lockdown and public response were a single cause of the covered loss, is a positive development for South African claimants.
The Monetary Policy Committee has decided to keep the repo rate at 3.5% effective from tomorrow.
Landlords are getting their eviction orders ready to be executed at the end of lockdown, which was this week extended to 15 October, as about a quarter of tenants have fallen into arrears since the lockdown in the country started.
Because the money needed to conclude the state-owned airline’s business rescue process wasn’t forthcoming, the meeting will have to decide if SAA has a future at all.
Increase in sales did not necessarily lead to big increases in overall earnings.
South Africa ranks 113 out of 162 in terms of freedom to trade internationally.
The trade union says this was caused by ‘reckless’ lending and high-interest rates by the banks and the Reserve Bank.
The R1.8 billion Jewel City development in the vibrant Maboneng district opened its doors to the public on Wednesday, changing the face of Johannesburg inner city with its design.
The company’s net debt increased from R7.8 billion a year ago to R19.2 billion.
Foschini group’s board has been dominated by white males for decades.
Maluleke’s attempts to challenge her dismissal at the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) were unsuccessful.
Nonkululeko Gobodo has resigned as Clicks’ non-executive director, effective from 14 September.
In its application, Eskom proposes that the R5.4 billion be added to the R13 billion RCA balance and the total R18.4 billion liquidated through increased tariffs next year.