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'SA's reputation is going up in smoke'
'SA's reputation is going up in smoke'

South Africa's reputation is going up in smoke. The country has been identified as one of the five with the highest incidence of trade in illicit cigarettes...

25 Nov 2014 12:33

Local procurement a legal requirement: minister
Local procurement a legal requirement: minister

The procurement of local content is not just a recommendation, it is a legal requirement for state entities, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies...

21 Nov 2014 07:22

No decision on legal rhino horn trade
No decision on legal rhino horn trade

No decision has yet been taken over the legal trade in rhino horn by South Africa, says Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa...

20 Nov 2014 06:53

Reality check: What can you claim for a frog in a salad?
Reality check: What can you claim for a frog in a salad?

Within minutes of reading the article about the frog found in the Woolies salad, I read a new complaint received by my office about a bolt found in a loaf of bread. The person making the complaint is seeking R35,000 in compensation...

By Neville Melville 19 Nov 2014 15:42

Exclusivity clause makes waves again at Enterprise Development Conference
Exclusivity clause makes waves again at Enterprise Development Conference

The 5th annual EDC found many entrepreneurs in the audience able to relate to a live case study regarding the subtle barriers blocking SME butchery, Braeside Meat Market, from entering a number of shopping malls...

17 Nov 2014 09:46

Auditing Act amendments propose board plays greater role in training
Auditing Act amendments propose board plays greater role in training

Amendments to the Auditing Profession Act are proposed which will give the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (Irba) a greater role in the training of prospective auditors...

By Linda Ensor 14 Nov 2014 06:16

Popularity of SA wines heightens threat of fraud
Popularity of SA wines heightens threat of fraud

A first at this year's Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction was the application of security foil strips to each bottle of wine on auction...

By Donvay Wegierski 12 Nov 2014 11:31

Exclusivity clause under fire again
Exclusivity clause under fire again

Massmart has lodged a complaint with the Competition Commission against national retail chains, regarding what it believes to be anti-competitive exclusive lease agreements.

4 Nov 2014 15:13

South African city domain names now open to all - .capetown leads
South African city domain names now open to all - .capetown leads

Domains.co.za has announced the pricing for .joburg, .capetown and .durban - and thus far, .capetown leads the pack...

4 Nov 2014 09:39

Market for counterfeit goods in Africa on the rise
Market for counterfeit goods in Africa on the rise

As business environments improve, Africa's urbanisation and middle class are growing rapidly. Over the past decade, six out of the 10 fastest-growing economies worldwide were in sub-Saharan Africa.

By Lucy Signorelli 3 Nov 2014 08:21

Anton Vukic
Online businesses need to heed POPI

The promulgation of the POPI Act into law will result in severe penalties if an online business does not adequately secure the personal details of its customers stored online...

By Anton Vukic 24 Oct 2014 15:36

Firm plans to destroy recalled products
Firm plans to destroy recalled products

Tiger Brands (TBS) will destroy the 17‚000 packs of Tastic Simply Delicious sauces and ready-to-eat rice products it is removing from retailer shelves‚ managing executive Naresh Singh said this week.

By Nick Hedley 23 Oct 2014 13:45

The rise of the consumer
The rise of the consumer

The director-general of the Department of Trade and Industry has recently published an invitation for the public to comment on the Draft Consumer Goods and Services Sector Code of Conduct.

By Neil Kirby 23 Oct 2014 08:12

Tiger Brands rushes to shore up trust after food recall
Tiger Brands rushes to shore up trust after food recall

Food producers must realise recent food scandals have severely dented consumer trust and should as a result track down "operational gaps" and close them‚ an expert says.

By Nick Hedley 20 Oct 2014 14:25

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