24.11.2020 04:24 pm
The new modus operandi is to throw petrol bombs from bridges onto trucks, as most of the burning trucks are found near bridges.
It was not only the immediate loss of a truck that should be concerning, but also the chain reaction it set off.
The government forecasts GDP to shrink 7.2 percent this year overall.
A quick fix for the minister of transport, who calls himself Mr Fixit, is to extend expired licences, but instead he announced other measures that will not speed up the process.
The vehicle sales industry in South Africa can help to restart the economy, but its efforts are severely hampered by the major delays in the transport department to license drivers and cars.
Directors will get nothing if 75% of shareholders vote against directors’ pay.
Virgin Active will be watching the number of terminations in SA closely this month.
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decided to keep rates unchanged at 3.5% per year, although two members of the committee preferred a 25 basis point cut.
The 2020 medium-term budget policy statement for Gauteng did not set off any fireworks this morning, with education getting the biggest part of the budget. Finance MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko also set aside an additional R1.3 billion for job creation, particularly for the youth.
Portfolio committee chairperson Boyce Maneli says while it is acknowledged that the SABC is currently facing financial challenges, the broadcaster needs to ‘do the right thing’.
SA Express has been a underperformer over the past few years, even failing to pay employee salaries since March.
Raubex reported last month that its Sanral order book was at a record high of R3.26 billion after dropping to only R207.6 million in February 2019.
Global company SEW Eurodrive has invested billions in a water-treatment plant in Evaton township.
Being kept awake by your partner’s snoring or the neighbours celebrating an ease in lockdown restrictions? Maybe go for the 8,000 sets of earplugs up for auction.
Retail trade sales of hardware, glass and paint increased by 63% in the third quarter compared to the second quarter and was 12% up compared to the same quarter last year.
A full bench of the Western Cape High Court has found in favour of Ma-Afrika Hotels and Stellenbosch Kitchen against Santam after the insurance giant rejected its business interruption claims although its policies included cover for infectious or notifiable diseases.