The National Minimum Wage Commission has put forward three proposals for a wage hike. One of which will be implemented on 1 March 2024.
The fund manager co-founded by the MP is winding down after reports it had lost its largest client.
Display branding continues to grow in popularity in South Africa and on BusinessTech.
The new co-operative survival game mode sees players crafting items with Lego bricks.
Spot gold rose 0.2% to $2 029.95 an ounce.
Criminals are using private police case information to scam car theft victims in South Africa.
A round-up of news updates, including why vehicle sales are down.
It used the last of its cash as the loss doubled, and it still has to return R620m to the PIC.
Consumers and retailers are expected to feel the pain this festive season
Dr Roelof Botha considers the interest rate increases ‘unwarranted’ as a result of the Reserve Bank’s emphasis on the inflation expectation survey.
In rand terms, the current account recorded a deficit of R19.3bn for the July-September period from a revised R185.2bn deficit in April-June.
The remarks add to Dimon’s long history of bashing digital currencies, which he has previously called ‘Ponzi schemes’ and a ‘fraud.’
News24 Business | Construction activity at almost 7-year high, and could pick up in 2024: Afrimat index
Activity in SA’s construction industry picked up significantly in the third quarter of 2023, seemingly boosted by a somewhat improved public sector spending, residential refurbishment, as well as SA’s continued drive for renewable energy, according to the latest Afrimat Construction Index.
Health minister Joe Phaahla says the government will implement the NHI with transparency and care, while guided by the Constitution.
A quarterly index measuring consumer sentiment dropped to -17 in the three months through December from -16 in the previous quarter, FirstRand’s First National Bank said.
Early signs are pointing to even more petrol price relief for January 2024 – thanks to a tumbling global oil price.
Developers of renewable energy projects in South Africa are now required to secure a special letter before starting new projects.
In early trade the rand was at R18.96 to the dollar.
Prices rose 0.5% last month, the Halifax says, and there are signs activity in the market is picking up.
Having ignored concerns, inputs and submissions from healthcare professionals, hospitals and businesses – the government needs to get ready for a fight over the National Health Insurance laws.
Mavuso Msimang, the deputy president of the ANC Veterans League, castigates the party in a three-page letter of resignation that lists its failings.