City wins interdict against protestors

City wins interdict against protestors

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City vindicated as court grants a permanent interdict against protestors involved in attacks on MyCi…
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2 days agoCity wins interdict against protestors
Nomura expects no-change S&P

Nomura expects no-change S&P

2 days ago CM_Publisher
Peter Attard Montalto from Nomura considers the possibilities of a change in the S&P rating on J…
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2 days agoNomura expects no-change S&P
Bill shoots investors in the foot

Bill shoots investors in the foot

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Editorial: The property Expropriation Bill sends the wrong signals just at a time when South Africa…
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3 days agoBill shoots investors in the foot
Wining & Dining - Contribution by Michael Olivier

Wining & Dining – Contribution by Michael Olivier

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Plaisir de Merle & Le Sueur New releases, new wines. Hardly a week goes by in which a new…
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Cosatu says SA needs land law

Cosatu says SA needs land law

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Cosatu parliamentary coordinator Matthew Parks says the Expropriation Bill – passed by parliament this week – argues that the law will be in line with the “progressive transformation” of South Africa’…
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3 days agoCosatu says SA needs land law

City wins interdict against protestors

City vindicated as court grants a permanent interdict against protestors involved in attacks on MyCiTi stations
The Western Cape High Court, on Wednesday 25 May 2016, granted the City of Cape Town a final and permanent interdict against violent protesters, among them the Govan Mbeki branch of the South African National Civic Organisation and members


Nomura expects no-change S&P

Peter Attard Montalto from Nomura considers the possibilities of a change in the S&P rating on June 3
27 May 2016 – S&P’s rating update on 3 June is rapidly approaching. Nomura expects no change as our baseline but cannot absolutely rule out a change – we still believe December as more likely. We think


Bill shoots investors in the foot

Editorial: The property Expropriation Bill sends the wrong signals just at a time when South Africa needs to be assuring investors – both local and foreign – that their money won’t be chucked out of the window or stolen from them
By Donwald Pressly, Editor of Cape Messenger
27 May 2016 – Just in the


Wining & Dining – Contribution by Michael Olivier

Plaisir de Merle & Le Sueur
New releases, new wines.
Hardly a week goes by in which a new wine, or a new vintage is launched.  Some from well known producers who have been around for a long time, some recently founded and others who are so new that most of us have not heard


Cosatu says SA needs land law

Cosatu parliamentary coordinator Matthew Parks says the Expropriation Bill – passed by parliament this week – argues that the law will be in line with the “progressive transformation” of South Africa’s democratic constitution
27 May 2016 – The Congress of South African Trade Unions commends Parliament for adopting the progressive Expropriation Act.
Cosatu believes that