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Rhodes scholarships open up to Chinese students

BEIJING: The Rhodes scholarships, founded by one of Britain's most acquisitive colonialists and whose laureates have gone on to become presidents and prime ministers, are to be opened to Chinese students, their administrative trust said...

1 Apr 2015 14:37

Practical finance plan may put land reform on track

The Agricultural Business Chamber (Agbiz) and the Banking Association South Africa's (Banking Association) model to finance land reform is currently in the spotlight...

By Derick van der Walt 1 Apr 2015 12:35

SA, Algeria bolster trade links

South Africa and Algeria have agreed to enhance the trade and investment relations between the two countries...

1 Apr 2015 11:20

WESSA voices strong concerns against rhino horn trade

On 26 and 27 March the Rhino Horn Trade Proposal Committee of Inquiry heard public submissions from stakeholders and concerned organisations on the re-opening of international trade in rhino horn...

1 Apr 2015 07:25

Government appears to be listening; SMEs encouraged to keep engaging with the State in 2015

The 2015 Budget revealed a serious commitment from the state to growing small businesses - in this climate of constructive reform; SAICA's second SME survey could encourage the Department for Small Business Development (DSBD) to institute even more effective changes...

31 Mar 2015 11:13

Eskom chairman steps down

Eskom has confirmed that its chairman Zola Tsotsi stepped down on Tuesday, 31 March...

31 Mar 2015 10:39

E-toll Alli gets tagged

The SA National Roads Agency Limited's head allegedly flouted regulations regarding proposed toll roads in Western Cape. There are also allegations of forgery of court documents in another legal battle...

31 Mar 2015 08:00

China-Africa Health Collaboration focused on universal health coverage

The 5th International Roundtable on China-Africa Health Collaboration last week in Beijing explored how Chinese and African resources and experiences can be leveraged for greater health development...

30 Mar 2015 12:40

SABC News to scrap bulletins in Afrikaans, vernacular languages?

NEWSWATCH: SABC News is reported to be doing away with bulletins in Afrikaans and other vernacular languages, reports Thinus Ferreira, in Channel24...

30 Mar 2015 10:13

Deadline to meet revised B-BBEE codes drawing closer

With only a few weeks remaining until the deadline for effectiveness of the Department of Trade and Industry's (dti's) revised broad-based black economic-empowerment (B-BBEE) codes, many sector codes will still not meet the extended 30 April deadline in terms of the re-alignment process...

27 Mar 2015 13:12

Hi-tech roll call system will keep errant MPs honest

The days of MPs getting away with being absent from parliamentary sittings should be a thing of the past from next month when a biometric attendance system is finally activated...

27 Mar 2015 09:35

SABC: Axing of board members is 'unlawful'

NEWSWATCH: BD Live reports that one of the SABC directors axed this week says the action is 'unlawful, motivated by malice and constitutes a purge'...

27 Mar 2015 09:20

Audit call 'triggered' removal of Eskom execs

The controversial suspension of Tshediso Matona and three other Eskom executives came just a week after they had initiated an audit of the parastatal's tender processes...

26 Mar 2015 09:03

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