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SA records first outbreak of bird flu

The first outbreak of bird flu within South Africa has been recorded on a farm in Mpumalanga and is believed to have affected around 24 000 birds.

More woes for Gupta-owned business Oakbay

Gupta-owned Oakbay Energy and Resources is facing suspension from the JSE for failure to meet requirments.

Joburg: expect delays and heavy traffic as metered taxis go on strike

The city of Johannesburg is bracing itself for a proposed strike by drivers of metered taxis.

Chamber tells ANC: Mining Charter targets are unworkable

The South African Chamber of Mines said the process of producing the DMR's Mining Charter was flawed.

Taxi industry to unleash more chaos this July

South Africans can expect to encounter more chaos this July, after the country's taxi bosses announced plans for a bigger and more coordinated strike.

Taxi operators 'striking for the people'

The strikes by the taxi industry over the last few weeks have not just been for the industry, but also to help commuters, says Santaco.

NMBM: Informal traders deserve better from government

Informal traders will be the centre of attention at the Nelson Mandela Bay region this week, as delegates thrash out ways in which the industry can be improved.

NUMSA: Ramaphosa's minimum wage a debt trap for workers

NUMSA said the drafting of the new national minimum wage was already beginning to have an adverse effect on those working in the engineering sector.

Petrol price expected to drop by 64 cents next month

Experts expect the price of petrol to drop by as much as 64 cents to the litre next month, following a sturdy performance by the rand and weakening global oil prices.

Dudu Myeni m.i.a as SAA looks to crash and burn

Chairperson of the board for South African Airways, Dudu Myeni, has been missing in action (m.i.a) as the board attempts to find a way to prevent the airline from crashing and burning.

Chamber of Commerce says taxi protests were reckless

The SACCI said the minibus taxi strike that was staged in Gauteng this week needed to be treated with the condemnation that it deserved.
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