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Wildlife Trafficking: The Sordid Southern African-South East Asian connection

The shadowy collusion of South Africa with Mozambique, Laos and Vietnam is satiating Asia's great thirst for illegally trafficked wildlife.

Reserve Bank Governor notes flaws in Absa report

Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Lesetja Kganyago is concerned by the factual accuracy of the Public Protector's preliminary report on Absa (Bankorp) and an apartheid-era bailout that it is reported to have received from the government.

Kantor calls for interest rates cut

Investec chief economist Brian Kantor said the performance of the South African economy depended heavily on what the South African Reserve Bank did in 2017.

Kganyago errs on side of caution

Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Lesetja Kganyago, has challenged President Jacob Zuma's conviction that the South African economy will grow by 2.9 percent in 2017.

Sanral trying to restore its image

Skhumbuzo Macozoma, Chief Executive of the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral), said the first port of call for him would be to restore its public image.

SABC bosses could face charges

The bosses of the South African Broadcasting Corporation may be facing several charges, following an inquiry into its many crises.

Ramaphosa to lead Davos delegation

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the South African delegation to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland next week.

Cosatu welcomes UIF Act becoming law

Cosatu have welcomed the signing into law of the Unemployment Insurance Amendment Act, and urged government to quickly announce when it would come into effect.

CWU condemns Cell C price hike

The Communication Workers Union has roundly condemned Cell C's announcement that it will increase prices from February 1.

ACSA gets new acting CFO

Airports Company South Africa has appointed a new acting CFO in the wake of the resignation of former CFO and ACSA board director, Maureen Manyama.

SABC Inquiry doesn't need Matthews and Green

Chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee conducting an inquiry into the South African Broadcasting Corporation, Vincent Smith, said Jimi Matthews would not be a part of the proceedings on Friday.
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