FNB extends ‘I am an entrepreneur’ partnership

The 2019 summits kicked off in Johannesburg on March 16 and will run until October 19 in Nelspruit.

First National Bank said on Wednesday it was extending its partnership with the "I AM AN ENTREPRENEUR" programme for another three years as part of a long-term commitment to help educate, develop, and stimulate the small business sector in South Africa.

FNB extends ‘I am an entrepreneur’ partnership
FNB extends ‘I am an entrepreneur’ partnership

FNB extends ‘I am an entrepreneur’ partnership

The 2019 summits kicked off in Johannesburg on March 16 and will run until October 19 in Nelspruit.

Credit bureaus to remove e-tolls blacklisting

Credit bureaus to remove e-tolls blacklisting

This follows reports that a Gauteng resident was blacklisted for more than R60,000 in unpaid e-toll bills.
Small SA businesses making investments to weather electricity crisis

Small SA businesses making investments to weather electricity crisis

Uninterruptible power supplies and back-up power inverter systems should be considered.
Accounting institute to investigate Steinhoff’s Jooste, La Grange

Accounting institute to investigate Steinhoff’s Jooste, La Grange

In heated discussions on the matter among various parliamentary committees on Tuesday, eight individuals were implicated in the massive fraud.
Amcu ‘hopeful’ Sibanye strike will come to end with CCMA proposal

Amcu ‘hopeful’ Sibanye strike will come to end with CCMA proposal

Sibanye-Stillwater did not accept the salary increase proposal by the CCMA, Amcu says.
Boeing chair pens letter about safety, offers condolences

Boeing chair pens letter about safety, offers condolences

‘Soon we’ll release a software update and related pilot training for the 737 MAX that will address concerns,’ says Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg.
SA’s digital migration still lags behind, with a minister now defending it

SA’s digital migration still lags behind, with a minister now defending it

SA’s chances to compete in the Fourth Industrial Revolution and drive future economic growth are being hampered by the delay.
City of Cape Town gets thumbs up from Moody’s

City of Cape Town gets thumbs up from Moody’s

This is due to its successful management of the extraordinary drought crisis that Cape Town has emerged from.
Amcu’s interdict against Sibanye retrenchment process dismissed

Amcu’s interdict against Sibanye retrenchment process dismissed

About 15,000 workers affiliated to Amcu are still on a prolonged strike that began on 22 November at Sibanye’s gold operations.
Looming SA ‘expat tax’ is ultimately fair – Citadel

Looming SA ‘expat tax’ is ultimately fair – Citadel

For individuals earning less than R1 million abroad, this new amendment will reportedly have little impact.
Building sector confidence falls further in first quarter – FNB/BER survey

Building sector confidence falls further in first quarter – FNB/BER survey

The current level of the index indicates that 75% of respondents were dissatisfied with prevailing business conditions.
ADvTECH FY2018 profit up 14% to R725m on growing tertiary education demand

ADvTECH FY2018 profit up 14% to R725m on growing tertiary education demand

Chief executive Roy Douglas said the tertiary and resourcing divisions continued to show excellent growth.
Grande Parade says weathers tough conditions in half year to December

Grande Parade says weathers tough conditions in half year to December

The group says it remained focused on a tactical plan to improve operations, which would continue to grow earnings over the next six months.
Bucking the crisis, Greek microbreweries bubble to the fore

Bucking the crisis, Greek microbreweries bubble to the fore

Bent over a barrel, Greek microbrewer Sophocles Panagiotou lovingly draws a measure of his Septem Red Ale into a glass cylinder and expertly transfers it to a glass.
Amended Banking Act raises concerns over SOE banks

Amended Banking Act raises concerns over SOE banks

Given the track record of SOEs in South Africa, a lot more needs to be done in their management and governance spheres, an expert says.
Black securities organisation calls for investigation into SA banks, insurance companies

Black securities organisation calls for investigation into SA banks, insurance companies

ABSIP says it will continue to advocate for a transformed, fully inclusive, ethically run financial sector.
BMF welcomes Mthunzi appointment as Edcon group COO

BMF welcomes Mthunzi appointment as Edcon group COO

The forum’s president says the group’s decision affirms Mr Mthunzi’s wealth of experience and illustrious career. 
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries minister to launch small-scale fisheries sector in KZN

Agriculture, forestry, fisheries minister to launch small-scale fisheries sector in KZN

This is part of the national rollout of the sector in South Africa’s coastal provinces in previously disadvantaged fishing communities.
Nedbank Private Wealth wins at Euromoney awards

Nedbank Private Wealth wins at Euromoney awards

The survey is the industry’s leading barometer of the world’s best wealth management and private banking services.
Cheques don’t lie, says superstar gamer ‘Ninja’

Cheques don’t lie, says superstar gamer ‘Ninja’

American gamer Tyler Blevins, known as “Ninja”, embarked on a multi-million dollar career from his parents’ basement and told AFP his family only began to understand his obsession when the cheques started rolling in.
Forget flying carpets, flying taxis are coming your way

Forget flying carpets, flying taxis are coming your way

We’ve all dreamed while stuck in traffic jams of being able to just lift off and fly over the gridlock.
Economic transformation still hampered by BEE fronting – Davies

Economic transformation still hampered by BEE fronting – Davies

Black people only experience real ownership of a business when they are involved in major decision-making and day-to-day operations, he said.
No new clinical cases of foot and mouth disease – Agriculture dept

No new clinical cases of foot and mouth disease – Agriculture dept

Moremi said the continuation of trade in safe commodities had been prioritised.
An industry pact is key to Africa’s auto ambitions – Alec Erwin

An industry pact is key to Africa’s auto ambitions – Alec Erwin

Korea-Japan in South-East Asia and Mexico-Argentina in the Americas are examples of regional cooperation that Africa should learn from.
Workers in SA automotive sector must have a stake – Numsa

Workers in SA automotive sector must have a stake – Numsa

The comments come ahead of sector wage talks and amid heightened political expectations before the May 8 general elections.
Investors could pump $1bn into Uber self-driving cars: report

Investors could pump $1bn into Uber self-driving cars: report

A group of investors including SoftBank Group is in talks to invest $1 billion or more into Uber’s self-driving car unit, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

 

 

 

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