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Load shedding

  Eskom plans more load shedding

10 December 2019  / Reuters and Moneyweb

  Record blackouts force South Africa miners to halt work

10 December 2019  / Felix Njini, Bloomberg 

  Load shedding raises risk of second SA recession

9 December 2019  / Prinesha Naidoo and Felix Njini, Bloomberg

Banks freeze, cut entry-level fees

10 Dec 2019  / Hilton Tarrant
While monthly gold and platinum-level account charges rise marginally.

Troubling new interpretation of tax credits and deductions on foreign income

10 Dec 2019  / Amanda Visser
Taxpayers may bear the full brunt of double taxation without relief.

BMF takes Mango CEO challenge to court

10 Dec 2019  / Tebogo Tshwane
Questions lawfulness of process that led to Nico Bezuidenhout's appointment.

Unions welcome decision to place Prasa under administration

10 Dec 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Economists believe the transport minister had no option but to take action.

Changing jobs? Make sure you take care of your pension fund

9 Dec 2019  / Moneyweb
People need to be educated on what to do to preserve their ultimate retirement benefit, explains Elio E’Silva from Alexander Forbes.

Alexander Forbes profit up, despite strained conditions

9 Dec 2019  / Moneyweb
Disturbing trend: people leaving their jobs to access their pension savings.

Eskom steps up power cuts after flooding hits major plant

9 Dec 2019  / Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters
Eskom implements stage 6 load shedding.

Prasa placed under administration - minister

9 Dec 2019  / Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
Developing story.

Prosus increases its offer for Just Eat, with a new twist

9 Dec 2019  / Adriaan Kruger
The latest offer makes more sense and increases the chance of success.

Special report: We need more than GDP growth (part 1)

9 Dec 2019  / Patrick Cairns
Why measuring GDP is not enough.

Eskom wants R27bn clawback from consumers

9 Dec 2019  / Moneyweb
It's asking for more from tariffs to cover the under-recovery of its actual costs in 2018/19, while subjecting consumers to crippling load shedding.

Placing Tshwane under administration 'politically motivated'

9 Dec 2019  / Moneyweb
'At least 100 ANC-run councils in worse shape' – expert.

NPC case dismissed after decade-long cement cartel probe

9 Dec 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Its steps to expand capacity were inconsistent with capacity-based market sharing agreement – Competition Tribunal.

EOH blasted over remuneration

9 Dec 2019  / Hilton Tarrant
Group admits shortcomings, promises an overhaul in 2020.

Government says life support to ailing SAA is limited

9 Dec 2019  / Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg 
National carrier will need to slash costs and boost revenue says Gordhan.

Takeover bids intensify for Just Eat food app

9 Dec 2019  / Amy Thomson, Bloomberg 
Prosus increases its cash offer for the food delivery firm.

Ramaphosa ready for tough choices on ailing SOEs

9 Dec 2019  / Alastair Reed, Bloomberg 
Saving state-owned companies will 'take extraordinary effort, and in some cases, tough decisions.'

Who will fix Nampak?

9 Dec 2019  / Adriaan Kruger
The share price has rebounded after the recent huge sell-off, but investor confidence needs rebuilding to reverse the last few years' losses.

Fais ombud battling to finalise property syndication complaints

9 Dec 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Backlog reduced to 1 147 in year to end-March.

Could life insurance go up in smoke for some vapers?  

8 Dec 2019  / Carolyn Cohn, Suzanne Barlyn and Noor Zainab Hussain, Thomson Reuters Foundation
Insurers say they are monitoring vaping-related deaths.

Telling the complex story of 'medical xenophobia' in SA

8 Dec 2019  / Kudakwashe Vanyoro
Not all cases of poor treatment are 'medical xenophobia', it goes much deeper than this.

What will food look like in the year 2099?

8 Dec 2019  / Atul Prakash, Bloomberg
India wants to know now.

Spend wisely this festive season

7 Dec 2019  / Kedilatile Legodi
January is a few weeks away!

Trading water: Can water shares help save California's aquifers?

7 Dec 2019  / Carey L. Biron, Thomson Reuters Foundation
A farmer thinks this is the solution to depleting water levels.

Poor nations pay price as millions flee 'climate chaos', Oxfam says

7 Dec 2019  / Laurie Goering and Megan Rowling, Thomson Reuters Foundation
People are three times more likely to be displaced by cyclones, floods or fires than by conflicts, study finds.



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  ...agree. I can do even one better: imagine all 48,000 Eskom employees standing shoulder to shoulder with UMBRELLAS....  


  Wow. The worse Eskom performs, the less it sells so the more prices must rise to cover costs, so more businesses close down so it sells even less, and this kills the economy even more so it cannot reduce its bloated headcount in a diving economy, so the more prices rise, but it doesn'...  


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