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SABC DA ad ban: The battle continues

NEWSWATCH: The SABC's banning of a DA advert infringes freedom of expressions says the DA, reports Times Live, and the SABC has defended its ban, reports iafrica.com. The hearing was adjourned last night and resumes today at 6pm, reports news24.com.

16 Apr 2014 10:32

Upgrades keep Metrorail on track

Gauteng Transport MEC Ismail Vadi claims Metrorail is well on its way to becoming the preferred public transport operator in high-volume corridors of the province.

15 Apr 2014 08:40

Independent Communications Amended Act signed into law

President Jacob Zuma has signed into law the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa Amendment Act, 2014 (Act No.2 of 2014), the Presidency said on Friday, 11 April 2014.

14 Apr 2014 06:32

Eavesdropping at the SABC

NEWSWATCH: According to a Mail & Guardian report, SABC staff have been informed that their phones are being monitored by the NIA (National Intelligence Agency).

11 Apr 2014 07:45

Manufacturing to benefit from R20 billion tax lure

A new R20 billion tax incentive to encourage investment in new manufacturing assets and employee training was formally launched by Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

By Linda Ensor 9 Nov 2010 13:15

SA to commercialise electric car

Initiatives are underway to commercialise a domestically developed electric car.

9 Nov 2010 11:52

Zeus, fake archives set the malware tone for October

Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content and threat management solutions announces the publication of its Monthly Malware Statistics for October 2010.

8 Nov 2010 10:26

New craft training unit in Cape Town

The Cape Craft and Design Institute (CCDI) has launched a Creative Enterprise Training Unit for Western Cape craft producers and designer makers in the East City District, a Cape Town precinct that is attracting increasing numbers of creative industries.

4 Nov 2010 07:35

VAT change eliminates carousel fraud threat from carbon markets

Carousel fraud, estimated to have cost the EU €5bn in lost tax revenues, will be eliminated from UK trading after changes to VAT regulations came into force this week.

3 Nov 2010 11:06

Gov to shift adspend? Never!

NEWSWATCH: The government, in the form of GCIS head Themba Maseko, has emphatically denied any plan to shift government advertising to so-called 'patriotic' media, reports Mail & Guardian. Meanwhile, it seems The New Age has decided to muzzle its staff somewhat, reports Moneyweb

2 Nov 2010 11:10

Permit problems for some exporters

The makers and exporters of some of the best-known SA products derived from indigenous plants and organisms have laid themselves open to criminal prosecution by failing to acquire the necessary permits. Rooibos tea and SA's best-selling liqueur, Amarula Cream, are among many such products apparently being produced and exported without the required permits from the environmental affairs department.

By Shannon Sherry 1 Nov 2010 13:39

Transnet shows promising growth

Figures released by Transnet on Tuesday 26 October 2010 for the six months to 30 September 2010, show a 7.6% growth in revenue to R18.7 billion. Profit for the period is up 35% to R1.7 billion, reflecting the ongoing productivity improvements throughout the business, which had a positive impact on the return on assets. Cash generated from operations increased by 13.5% to R8.7 billion, demonstrating the company's ability to generate strong and sustainable cash flows.

28 Oct 2010 09:09

Strong rand has SA in its grip

Manufacturers are losing out, but vehicle dealers say a strong currency is right up their street

26 Oct 2010 13:01

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