Moody’s changes outlook on African banks to negative
This weakening is due to sluggish global economic growth with negative business sentiment and trade uncertainty clouding growth prospects.
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Youth in business programme to empower over 100 young entrepreneurs
Business-savvy youth from Khayelitsha and surrounding areas will have the opportunity to engage in an in-depth, hands-on learning experience,
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Wind power could ease load shedding but is blocked by government regulations
The South African Wind Energy Association said that current operating wind farms could add 500 Megawatts (MW) immediately to the national grid.
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Load shedding will impact your business, how to survive and thrive when it strikes
Lightning might not strike twice, but – unfortunately – for South African businesses, load shedding does.
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New challenges awaits Blitzboks in Cape Town, says Sage
“It is a great event, always a sell-out and the organisers always make sure that there are lots of things keeping the crowds entertained.”
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Does Enoch Nkwe need Gary Kirsten as a mentor?
There’s a song in the famed musical The Sound of Music that goes something like this “let’s start at the very beginning.”
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Klopp puts his game face on
‘Yes it is difficult but there is a job to do,’ he said when asked how the demands of playing every three or four days are affecting his players.
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Sanctions have emboldened Russia, says Tygart
"It has only gotten emboldened and become more egregious every time the global anti-doping community attempts to put a sanction in place."
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We're not going to support corrupt candidates, SACP warns ANC
The SACP has warned the ANC that it will not vote for councillors who have been imposed on them and are linked to corruption.
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Western Cape High Court gives refugees a temporary reprieve
Refugees occupying the Central Methodist Church have been given a temporary reprieve after the City’s application for an interdict was postponed to Friday.
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Security guards foil knife attack on young Cape Town boy at public pool
A youngster who attempted to stab a boy aged around 10 at Hanover Park Swimming Pool was caught by alert security guards.
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Eskom apologises to SA after 'shock' move to stage 6 on Monday
Power utility Eskom has apologised to South Africans after on Monday abruptly implementing stage 6 load shedding.
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