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The Gauteng Provincial Government is ready to work with national government to drive the struggle for radical socio-economic transformation.
Mozambican Defense Minister Filipe Nyusi, the frontrunner to become president after Oct. 15 elections, invited investors to help develop a country in need of railways and roads to export its coal reserves.
Right when South Africa was set to have its own YouTube video of Members of Parliament coming to blows and the police treating elected leaders like violent protestors, calm was restored.
It's less than three months to go until Gill Marcus's term expires as South African central bank governor, with no word on whether she will remain in her post.
South Africa said on Thursday that due to fears over the spread of the Ebola virus it was banning travelers from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone from entering the country, apart from its own citizens.
Galleries may thrive but will the planned Art Week, FNB Joburg Art Fair and Arts Alive festivities have any greater social or cultural ramifications? Joseph Gaylard: 'What the Art Fair and now the Art Week have done is to strategically position the city as a continental and emergent global centre for consumption.'
South Africa's Bidvest Group intends to raise its stake in ailing drugmaker Adcock Ingram to more than 50 percent, a legal document from the Competition Tribunal showed.
Former Wall Street trader Paul Newman had been searching for the right home for a long time.
Cape Town, South Africa, based rental and technical production company, Ultra Events has completed its first purchase of Robe ROBIN Pointe moving lights with a delivery of 12 units from Robe's South African distributor DWR Distribution, to be followed by another 12. Ultra's owner and founder Costa Champanis first saw Pointes at the 2013 Mediatech ... (more)
Grindrod, a South African freight company, is seeking commodity-haulage contracts outside its home market to help offset a decline in shipping that reduced first-half profit by a almost third.
ANC member Brigitte Radebe has joined calls by the EFF for government to curb the controversial practice of transfer pricing in the mining industry.
Charlize Theron can't hide her excitement at a special on-set visit from her son Jackson and look-a-like mother Gerda in Cape Town She was brought up in Johannesburg by South African parents, so nearby Cape Town is pretty familiar territory for Charlize Theron.
This week the UK based hosting provider HOST1PLUS introduced new options for WHMCS and CloudLinux users hereby extending the range of customers that now may use the mentioned services.
Macy's has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle allegations of racial profiling at its flagship store in Manhattan's Herald Square.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 05:20 am
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