11.8.2020 07:43 pm
De Ruyter also shared more on the outlook for load shedding, which he said will likely not be going away any time soon.
There is a risk that the full R3.8 billion being pursued from some of Eskom's former executives and board members might not be recovered, the power utility's CEO Andre de Ruyter has said.
The two-way trade between South Africa and the Netherlands is estimated at R60-billion annually.
‘The scariest part is smaller agencies are beginning to shut down or be swallowed up by bigger agencies.’
Chinese telecom giant Huawei said production of its most advanced smartphone chips would stop in September due to US sanctions, causing a “huge loss”.
The South African Reserve Bank agreed with Chief Livhuwani Matsila and the VBS Mutual Bank shareholders’ forum on a process and criteria for a new banking license.
As part of its recently-launched 365+ campaign, AVBOB is intensifying its fight against the brutal scourge of Gender-based Violence (GBV) by taking up the sole branded sponsorship of the TEARS Foundation’s free USSD helpline (*134*7355#).
The council has been pleading with government to save taverns, which are 54% owned by women, and which are currently closed due to the ban on alcohol sales.
Trump’s order cites a threat to “national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States” in taking aim at the companies.
The shopping centre is owned by JSE-listed property group Fortress REIT.
The increased exports to the US and production will also lead to further job creation in the industry, which employs about 30 000 workers from rural communities.
JSE reported a 22% increase in net profit after tax to R485-million, while total revenue increased 22% to R1.32-billion.
The stores were located at the Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton City, Canal Walk in Cape Town and Mall of Africa in Waterfall City.
Toyota reported a slump in quarterly earnings, as the coronavirus pandemic shreds the global auto market.
The city says relief will be provided to approximately 806,959 properties.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday offered a $10 million reward aimed at preventing foreign interference in the November election, as the State Department accused Russia of waging an increasingly sophisticated disinformation campaign.