The Competition Commission has published its latest report on food prices during South Africa's coronavirus lockdown.
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South Africa's move to lockdown level 1, including the opening of international borders, will have come as a great relief for many in the country.
Trade unions have welcomed the move to include domestic workers in private households, in compensation for occupational injuries and diseases.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) has reiterated calls for the introduction of a basic income grant as an long-term extension of the Covid-19 financial support currently being offer
The economic outlook for the second half of 2020 is not looking positive which is likely to have an impact on investors.
The rand broke past R17.00 to the dollar on Wednesday, as rising Covid numbers and fears of a renewed lockdown in Europe continue to dampen investor sentiment.
The topic of South African pensions was raised again this week after the Democratic Alliance (DA) called for comment on its proposed Private Member's Bill to amend the Pension Funds Act.
Critics say calls for new taxes on South African motorists are laughable; the SARB's business cycle indicator shows South Africa's economy is on the mend; eyes on the Free State as testimony at the Zo
SweepSouth, a digital-booking cleaning service, has published a new report showing how much domestic workers in South Africa earn right now.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has called for comment on its proposed Private Member's Bill (PMB) to amend the Pension Funds Act.
South African banks listed among global suspicious transactions leak; Sanral urges government to make up its mind on e-tolls; SARS slaps the Guptas and linked companies with a tax bill; and more dodgy