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Daily Archives: 12/10/2015

Go green, save water!

Go green, save water!

Soaring temperatures and below-average rainfall have been features of our Southern African summer as the strongest El Niño event in decades climbs towards a peak. A severe drought ...

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IFC issues landmark green bond on JSE

IFC issues landmark green bond on JSE

The International Financial Corporation (IFC) has issued its first Rand-denominated domestic bond on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, in a bid to assist the private sector address ...

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Reactions to the appointment of new Finance Minister in South Africa

Reactions to the appointment of new Finance Minister in South Africa

On Wednesday South African President Jacob Zuma applied his constitutional privilege to appoint a new finance minister. ANC Spokesperson, Zizi Kodwa said the ruling party respecte ...

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Skywise’s uphill task to retain stakeholders

Skywise’s uphill task to retain stakeholders

Skywise Airline is aware of the daunting task of regaining the confidence of stakeholders in the wake of the wake of the turbulence the career has suffered in recent weeks. On Thu ...

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Memorandum drawn to demand rugby reforms

Memorandum drawn to demand rugby reforms

The Congress of South African trade Unions (COSATU) and stakeholders in sport are scheduled to hand over a memorandum to the South African Rugby Union. The memorandum will contain ...

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Rice revenues leap after restrictions removed

Rice revenues leap after restrictions removed

The  removal of restrictions placed on importation of rice through Nigeria's land borders has resulted in an increase in revenues from the product. Two months ago, the Comptroller ...

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My first 100 days as a start-up

My first 100 days as a start-up

Starting a business, whilst often rewarding and worthwhile, can be a big challenge, the biggest leap into the unknown you would have done. Launching your start-up, can be both a t ...

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African art took public eye in Europe

African art took public eye in Europe

A new art exhibition by a young breed of African artists has opened in Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. The fair showcases the work of about 120 artists and designers and expre ...

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UN requires US$2 million to address Sahel crises

UN requires US$2 million to address Sahel crises

United Nations agencies and partners have appealed for for about US$2 billion to provide assistance, in 2016, to millions of people affected by the crises in the Sahel region. Tob ...

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