Reject R18m bonus, Eskom elite urged

Reject R18m bonus, Eskom elite urged

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Democratic Alliance MP Natasha Mazzone, the official opposition spokesman on public enterprises, cha…
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Chevron backs Aids initiative

Chevron backs Aids initiative

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  Public-private partnerships are vital for the fight against HIV/Aids, reports the Chevron Corporation 22 July 2016 - Collaboration is crucial for any successful partnership as it allows f…
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MPC still in a hiking cycle: Nomura

MPC still in a hiking cycle: Nomura

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The SARB MPC kept rates unchanged at 7.00% as expected but reinforced strongly that, while risks to…
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1 day agoMPC still in a hiking cycle: Nomura
Defending US right to be wrong

Defending US right to be wrong

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There is nothing dull about US politics. Voters in the United States have the right to pick Donald T…
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2 days agoDefending US right to be wrong
CT has draft filming by-law

CT has draft filming by-law

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The City of Cape Town has commenced with a public participation process on the Draft Filming By-law…
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2 days agoCT has draft filming by-law

Reject R18m bonus, Eskom elite urged

Democratic Alliance MP Natasha Mazzone, the official opposition spokesman on public enterprises, challenges Eskom executives to reject a proposed R18.3 million bonus
22 July 2016 – The DA today challenges Eskom bosses to do the right thing and reject R18.3 million in short and long term performance bonuses thereby doing their part to mitigate South Africans


Chevron backs Aids initiative

 
Public-private partnerships are vital for the fight against HIV/Aids, reports the Chevron Corporation
22 July 2016 – Collaboration is crucial for any successful partnership as it allows for complementary strengths to be leveraged to achieve the greatest impact and reach. In the fight against HIV/AIDS, the most successful public-private partnerships succeed because they place the


MPC still in a hiking cycle: Nomura

The SARB MPC kept rates unchanged at 7.00% as expected but reinforced strongly that, while risks to CPI inflation for the next year were slightly to the downside, after that they were still skewed to the upside and inflation “fear” remained, and so the MPC remains in a hiking cycle. We lower our forecast for


Defending US right to be wrong

There is nothing dull about US politics. Voters in the United States have the right to pick Donald Trump as president, but it would be the wrong choice
Donwald Pressly, Editor of Cape Messenger
22 July 2016 – My friend human rights activist and betoger (a fine Afrikaans word meaning dissident) Rhoda Kadalie has strange


CT has draft filming by-law

The City of Cape Town has commenced with a public participation process on the Draft Filming By-law (2016). Interested and affected parties are invited to submit their comments on the proposed amendments to the By-law. 
22 July 2016 – Cape Town remains a popular location for filming and the City strives to be a film-friendly


Future repo hikes likely: FNB

The South African Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee decided to keep its repo rate unchanged at 7% which will keep the banks’ prime lending rate at 10.5%. This was in line with the general expectation. John Loos, FNB property analyst, argues that it is always good to be in a financial position to absorb a