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A court case questioning the legality of SA's nuclear procurement programme has caused government to delay gazetting the request for proposals, says the DA.
The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry expressed concern at the high unemployment rate with members relating the problem to the education system.
Zambia's government is talking to mining companies to try to resolve a dispute about higher electricity prices introduced at the start of the year.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown says there is “no prognosis” for load shedding in winter, and attributes Eskom's turnaround to Brian Molefe's stable leadership.
Metrorail says it will activate a contingency plan to make sure that operations are "as normal a service as possible" during Satawu's strike.
South Africa may tap international capital markets for the first time in almost two years to finance a widening budget deficit after a bond rally reduced borrowing costs.
Political leadership needs to inspire confidence among business leaders to boost investment and economic growth, says Imperial CEO Mark Lamberti.
The global economy is beset by an array of political risks at a time when growth is at best mediocre, says IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.