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Wait! Only 36% of your beef burger may be the real stuff
Wait! Only 36% of your beef burger may be the real stuff

They are the country's biggest-selling frozen beef patties but a close look at the packaging reveals that they are not very beefy at all - just 36% beef.

21 hours ago

Public Enterprises Minister blocks Molefe's millions
Public Enterprises Minister blocks Molefe's millions

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has pulled the plug on a move by Eskom to give its former chief executive, Brian Molefe, a R30.1-million pension payout.

1 day ago

Competition Commission can view exclusionary contracts as anticompetitive
Competition Commission can view exclusionary contracts as anticompetitive

Exclusionary arrangements refer to those contractual provisions, which oblige a customer to obtain all its requirements for a particular product, from a particular supplier exclusively, such as school uniforms.

By Maryke Zietsman and Paul Coetser 1 day ago

Concern rises over tougher waste control
Concern rises over tougher waste control

Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa is pushing the paper and packaging, electrical and electronic equipment and lighting industries to submit waste management plans to improve the environment. This comes as they face a new packaging tax and a carbon tax.

By Mark Allix 2 days ago

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Verashni Pillay resigns from The Huffington Post SA with immediate effect

24.com has accepted the resignation of Verashni Pillay as editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post SA.

3 days ago

Dealing with weed in the workplace
Dealing with weed in the workplace

In the last few weeks, several news outlets have suggested that the use of cannabis is now legal. Before employees are emboldened to light up, it's important to note that this isn't what the High Court found.

By Jose Jorge and Steven Adams 21 Apr 2017

Praise for probe into cellphone industry
Praise for probe into cellphone industry

Analysts have welcomed the Competition Commission's call for a wider investigation into competition in the cellphone data and voice market, saying this could further stimulate competition and level the playing field for small operators.

By Thabiso Mochiko 21 Apr 2017

Catherine Bothma, Managing Director at HDI Youth Marketeers.
Now's the time for self-regulation: HDI on the ethics of youth marketing

HDI Youth Marketeers' Managing Director Catherine Bothma, and youth expert, Jason Levin take the time to respond to some of the most frequently asked questions about the ethics of youth marketing.

21 Apr 2017

FSB fines Assupol for contravention of insurance act
FSB fines Assupol for contravention of insurance act

The Financial Services Board (FSB) has fined insurers Assupol R500,000 for breaches of the Long-Term Insurance Act: Policyholder Protection Rules, which the regulator says may have prejudiced policyholders.

21 Apr 2017

Pastor Tim Omotoso to appear in court
Pastor Tim Omotoso to appear in court

The controversial Durban-based Pastor, Timothy Omotoso, who was arrested in connection with alleged sexual assault, will appear before court this morning.

21 Apr 2017

Minister Dlodlo: SABC interim board is legal
Minister Dlodlo: SABC interim board is legal

Government says it has noted the comments made by the former Chief Operating Officer of the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), Hlaudi Motsoeneng, and a group of artists during a media briefing held on Wednesday, 19 April 2017.

20 Apr 2017

Contextualising ‘expropriation without compensation' debate
Contextualising ‘expropriation without compensation' debate

With present government's renewed vigour to speed up and enhance land redistribution and amend the Constitution to permit expropriation without compensation, an overview of current legislation places the debate in context.

By Chantelle Gladwin-Wood and Tenielle Combrinck 20 Apr 2017

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Gender equality as a business imperative

A view of how seriously South African companies are taking the challenge of women being able to shape - not just fit into - the economy.

By Robyn de Villiers 19 Apr 2017