Platinum talks continue23/4/2014 15:49
Talks to end the protracted wage strike in the platinum sector continued behind closed doors at an undisclosed location in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
81000 new jobs created22/4/2014 9:33
The city of Cape Town’s employment figures have risen in the last quarter with 81000 people entering the labour market.
Amcu to meet about new offer22/4/2014 7:27
Labour union Amcu and platinum producers are expected to meet on Tuesday following a new wage offer for striking mineworkers.
Business snapshot Tuesday April 22 201422/4/2014 7:20
Negotiations between the world's three biggest platinum producers and trade union Amcu are expected to resume today. The employers offered new terms last week that would raise the total pay and benefits for an underground miner at the Implats, Amplats and Lonmin companies by 7.5% to
Platinum producers, Amcu to meet21/4/2014 11:29
Negotiations between platinum producers and union Amcu are expected to resume on Tuesday following a new wage offer tabled for the striking mineworkers.
AMCU strike fund gets R1m16/4/2014 7:23
A strike fund created by labour union Amcu has received an injection of about R1m in aid of platinum mine workers of the union who have been on a three-month-long strike over wages.
MTN starts war with 79 cents16/4/2014 6:46
MTN has thrown down the competition gauntlet in the South African mobile phone industry by launching a flat rate of 79c per minute for prepaid customers in what the operator says will stimulate a decline in rates in the general market.
IMF forecast for SA questioned15/4/2014 11:27
Analysts have played down the downward revision of South African GDP growth – to 2.3% from 2.8% – by the IMF.
MEC launches innovative buy-back centre14/4/2014 9:51
In a bid to preserve the environment and create job opportunities for young people, economic development, environment and conservation MEC Motlalepule Rosho launched the Mfidikwe Buy Back Centre at Bleskop in the Bojanala district.