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30 September 2014
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30 Sep 2014
IMF says it will help Zimbabwe produce debt repayment plan
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday it would work with Zimbabwe to produce a debt repayment plan that would help Harare qualify for international loans. In a statement at the end...
Updated 4 hours ago
Trevor Manuel joins Rothschild Group as senior adviser
Former Cabinet Minister Trevor Manuel, who retired from public office earlier this year after having served in Cabinet for 20 years, has joined financial advisory group Rothschild as senior adviser...
Updated 3 hours ago
New website improves CIPC
The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) says it is encouraged with the response to its new look and online transaction website. The new website was launched on 17 September, and...
Updated 2 hours 42 minutes ago
Mauritius tops African governance list, SA ranks fourth
Mauritius has been ranked first in the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) 2014 for the eighth consecutive year, while South Africa ranked fourth overall and third in the region. Among the...
Updated 1 hour 59 minutes ago
US military to quickly ramp up Ebola mission in Liberia
The US plans to quickly increase its presence in Liberia, where military personnel are deploying to help the West African nation halt the advance of the worst Ebola epidemic on record, the general...
Updated 4 hours ago
29 Sep 2014
Water issue a 'technical glitch' – Mokonyane
Water levels remain low in certain parts of Johannesburg, Rand Water said on Monday. These included Waterval, where water levels were at 20%, and Meredale, where water levels stood at 15%,...
Employment up 1.5% in Q2, employment stats sampling being reassessed
The number of people employed in the formal, nonagricultural sector of the South African economy increased by about 155 000 people, or 1.8%, from March to an estimated 8.67-million employees in...
Israeli circumcision device provokes union outcry in South Africa
South Africa may turn to an Israeli circumcision device to reduce the number of young males who die in botched initiation ceremonies, provoking an outcry from union allies of the ruling party who...
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