Another twist in what is shaping up to be a nasty legal battle between the two parties.
In terms of new passenger cars, the market had registered a decline of 942 cars in June, or a fall of 3,2 percent to 28,885 units.
Tunisian Energy Minister Slim Feriani will be joining the government speaker line-up for the first time in AOW’s history.
In a statement, Sars said in a major departure from previous years, 2019’s tax season is staggered.
In a presentation of the results on Friday morning, management proved that it had the courage to admit to past mistakes and take tough decisions to fix things.
The controlling interest in Apex is held by Charles Pettit, who founded the business in 2017.

Without mobile, Telkom would be in financial straits

Mobile revenue growth has more than offset declines across the rest of the group, without which, the telecoms operator would be in terminal decline.

Edcon limits job cuts despite 150 store closures

Edcon, which employs around 14 000 permanent staff across the country, has been undergoing a restructure to cut costs and debt, aimed at bringing it to bring it back to profitability.

It’s Moyo versus Manuel as Old Mutual drama escalates

Peter Moyo’s bid to be reinstated as CEO of the insurer takes a nasty turn as he levels ‘triple conflict of interest’ allegations at its chairman Trevor Manuel.

Why Zimbabwe can’t pay Eskom

Eskom’s spokesperson says Zimbabwe failed to pay R140 million of its outstanding debt, despite undertakings by Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube.

MultiChoice and unions meet to discuss restructuring process

MultiChoice was committed to considering the initial feedback received during Friday’s meeting, with an agreement to respond to the various employee representatives on Monday.

Petrol price to drop by almost R1 per litre

It is expected that the price of 95 octane petrol will decrease by 96 cents a litre, while the price of diesel will go down by about 75 cents per litre.

Ghana business delegation visit Eastern Cape for trade, investment mission

It was the first time a Ghana delegation has led an official trade and investment mission to the Eastern Cape.

Tourism can unleash SA economy, says Chinese envoy

‘Safety is a key priority for the people to come – visitors or investors. Safety is a precondition,’ said Lin.

Solidarity serves Denel with demand to take legal action

‘The time has come to hold people accountable for their wrongdoing and to bring them to book,’ says the union’s head of legal services.

Outa says SA’s fuel reserves safe for now

The matter was set to be heard in the high court in Cape Town on Friday.

Transnet to shut down coal line for annual scheduled maintenance

The company has reportedly developed a comprehensive safety, risk and environmental plan to mitigate injury and environmental damage.

UAE strengthens bilateral trade, investment ties with SA

This as the two countries held their annual SA-UAE Business Forum this year in Johannesburg.

Durban-Umhlanga-Ballito corridor is SA’s fastest growing wealth market

Umhlanga has been the top performing residential market in South Africa over the past 10 years, while Johannesburg and Cape Town have performed relatively poorly.

Tiso Blackstar Group sells media assets to Lebashe for R1.05bn

Tiso Blackstar expects the SA sale to become commercially effective by 30 November this year.



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