The implementation of the surcharge, which has since disappeared, caught many by surprise, as it was not included in the draft budget book or City Power’s tariffs document.
The anticipated announcement of one new development has already been put on hold as sugar and property group Tongaat Hulett continues to struggle.
Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says there is a lot to consider in the e-toll debate, but doing away with it entirely is not on the table.
Old Mutual spokesperson Tabby Tsengiwe said the company was looking forward to delivering a full response to Moyo’s allegations this week.
‘Brace yourselves for trade expansions as the agreement would open new markets in the rest of Africa,’ prof Siphamandla Zondi tells SA companies.
UN Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed said the pact was an important step towards reducing the lure of emerging terror groups for the young. 

De Beers launches three-year programme for female engineers

WomEng, founded in South Africa in 2006, has run programmes in 19 countries.

Steinhoff says CFO Dieperink to step down end of August

Chairperson Heather Sonn says the group’s restructuring continues to make good progress and is nearing completion.

Nuclear chair resigns as governance crisis boils on

Rob Adam’s resignation has been welcomed by labour, which regarded his appointment as irregular and illegal, and is also regarded as one of the architects of a plan to axe 400 staff at Necsa.

Joburg’s ‘unexplained’ prepaid electricity tariff another shock to residents

A household using 300kWh a month will see an effective 66% increase in what they spend on electricity, more than five times higher than the 12% increase on the underlying tariff.

Young Durban tech entrepreneur makes Forbes Africa 30 under-30 list

Nureshka Viranna co-founded ShopLi to take businesses online.

Ramaphosa urges SA to embrace 4IR to eradicate triple challenges

‘We should look at them through the prism of the 4IR and what the 4IR can enable us to do to address these seven priorities,’ he says.

Old Mutual to file papers opposing former CEO Moyo’s bid to be reinstated

The group suspended him in May and fired him in June, citing a material breakdown in trust and confidence.

Gauteng transport boss urges minibus taxi industry to embrace innovation

It was agreed that violence and unrest were undermining efforts to make the sector more formalised.

Tshwane electricity tariff fight heads to court

AfriForum has endeavoured to stop the charging of unlawful tariffs by the city, which Tshwane’s MMC for finance admitted was a mistake, and that the city had no idea how it happened.

Investors in illegal schemes get their millions back

Sars has repaid investors from assets seized from TVI Travel and Marketing Agency CC, Defencex and other schemes, a Prudential Authority report shows.

Ramaphosa to open SA’s inaugural 4th Industrial Revolution Summit

A live holographic projection of Ramaphosa’s address will be transmitted to the Rustenburg Civic Centre in the North West.

Non-stop flight between New Jersey, Cape Town ‘to grow economy and create jobs’

To date, Cape Town Air Access has helped land 15 new routes and 20 route expansions, resulting in over 1.5 million two-way seats being added into Cape Town.

Bennie van Rooy appointed as Grobank CEO

Van Rooy takes the reins from Spiro Georgopoulos, who oversaw the transition and repositioning of the South African Bank of Athens into Grobank.

Comair earnings to soar more than 20% after SAA’s R1bn settlement

The payment stems from a ruling that SAA had introduced an anti-competitive travel agent scheme that was designed to keep travel agents loyal to SAA.




 

 

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