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    Threatening letter to business rescue practitioners tries to fend off buyers of Gupta mines
  • You’re going to create mining ghost towns‚ government warned
    Eskom’s plan to sign agreements with 27 independent power producers (IPPs) will cause massive job losses and turn places where there are coal mines into ghost towns.
  • Ramaphosa explains why South Africans are paying Zuma’s legal fees
    The decision to fund former president Jacob Zuma’s legal battle was taken because the crimes he stands accused of were “of public import”‚ President Cyril Ramaphosa has said.
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    An elaborate plan to buy the Tegeta-owned Optimum and Koornfontein coal mines might see the Gupta family regain control of the lucrative assets it had to forfeit to a business rescue process – and score R2-billion a year in profits.
  • Eskom wants a 30% price increase
    If Eskom has its way‚ electricity prices will increase by more than 30% - but only if the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) grants Eskom wishes.
  • Trevor Manuel's son testifies at Cape Town murder trial
    Former finance minister Trevor Manuel’s son‚ Pallo Manuel‚ recalled the last hours of murdered Cape Town woman Sarisha Chauhan’s life after she was allegedly raped and murdered by her boyfriend Taariq Phillips.
  • Trade war fears send stocks retreating
    US President Donald Trump unveils tariffs on Chinese imports of at least $50bn
  • No national minimum wage on May 1, but delay ‘necessary’
    The labour committee will return a week early from their Easter recess to deal with the legislation
  • NATASHA MARRIAN: ANC polls campaign set to hit turbulence
    Ramaphosa must get Luthuli House in order or lose more ANC supporters
  • Naspers cut in Tencent stake will raise more than R100bn
    The proceeds of the 190-million share sale will  be used to bolster the group’s balance sheet, says Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk  
  • Nhlanhla Nene warns SARS officials
    The finance minister implores staff to bounce back and restore faith in the tax office
  • ANTHONY BUTLER: DA crisis due to more than racial politics
    It is wrong, if tempting, to attribute all the party’s problems to racial politics