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SAA sale is above board, says Gordhan

The public enterprises minister has said there have been deliberate attempts to undermine the transaction, which is aimed at rehabilitating the airline The post SAA sale is above board, says Gordhan appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

More sabotage at Eskom as Hendrina power station cable is cut

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says the saboteurs are ‘obviously’ people working at facility The post More sabotage at Eskom as Hendrina power station cable is cut appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

Reserve Bank hikes repo rate for fourth consecutive time amid inflation concerns

Economic and financial conditions are expected to remain more volatile for the foreseeable future, says central bank The post Reserve Bank hikes repo rate for fourth consecutive time amid inflation concerns appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could be firestarter of global economic woes

Developed countries could do much to help counterparts in the developing world weather the current storm The post Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could be firestarter of global economic woes appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

Strike looms at Sars over 0% wage increase

The revenue collector says it is unable to offer its 12 479 staff any salary increase, leading Nehawu and others to announce strike action The post Strike looms at Sars over 0% wage increase appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

How far can you drive on R800 worth of fuel? In Libya – to Cape Town. And back. Twice.

Libya - along with Algeria, Angola and Nigeria top a list of countries where you can travel the furthest in Africa The post How far can you drive on R800 worth of fuel? In Libya – to Cape Town. And back. Twice. appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

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