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A woman, who allegedly used her former employer's money for online gambling and holidays, has been ordered to pay R2.3mn back to non-profit organisation OUT.
A wage increase has been approved for local government officials in 278 municipalities, which will cost taxpayers around R90m, according to a report.
The Bank of England will only start to increase interest rates when the economy is operating at closer to full capacity, governor Mark Carney says.
The government will allow banks to do business with licensed marijuana companies, a US Justice Department official says.
EFF leader Julius Malema is calling for government-owned banks that would grant qualifying customers interest free loans.
A villa in the Cape Winelands that is estimated to be worth about R4m is being given away in a lottery, with tickets costing about R1 400 each.
The Congress of SA Trade Unions says sustainable jobs, decent wages and a more equitable distribution of the country's wealth will bring an end to strikes.
The Independent Communications Authority of SA has delayed regulations for call rate cuts as a result of court action lodged by MTN.
President Jacob Zuma has reappointed Daniel Mminele as a deputy governor of the South African Reserve Bank
The Zimbabwean government has shortlisted two firms for the establishment of a platinum refinery, from the nine submissions made by industry players.
Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is taking too long to release a report on alleged mismanagement in the SA Post Office, says the trade union CWU.
Fundamental issues are getting lost in a welter of confusion, says Terry Bell.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address is not good news for both the environment and the goal of eradicating poverty, says Earthlife Africa.
The Communication Workers Union says its dispute with the SA Post Office is not over, adding that workers would down tools again if there was no resolution.
Busa says it has doubts about effective implementation of the NPD, while Sacci is disappointed over the lack of forward vision in Zuma's State of the Nation speech.
Zuma's State of the Nation address failed to produce forward-looking statements on the economy and showed policy is on hold until after the poll, says an analyst.
Amcu says it has postponed its meeting with the CCMA about the platinum sector strike to next week, so that it can organise the funeral of a slain steward.
The United Association of SA says it has secured the employment of about two thousand mineworkers affected by a merger between Sibanye Gold and Newshelf.
IFP leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi says it is "delusional" of President Jacob Zuma to speak of creating 6 million jobs, and says protest violence stems from the ANC.
The Chamber of Mines says it accepts President Jacob Zuma's call for quick action to be taken on the living and working conditions of mine workers.