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Nearly 2 000 Chinese enterprises have been found to be in violation of state pollution guidelines following a nationwide inspection campaign.
Fewer than 20% of top management positions are occupied by black Africans, an employment equity report shows, but one researcher says it is riddled with flaws.
Scotland's households and businesses must be prepared for higher energy bills if Scots vote in favour of independence, warns the British government.
The latest employment equity report is littered with mathematical and interpretational errors, claims the Solidarity Research Institute.
Is the state's farm plan a vote-catcher or the way to disaster, asks Leopold Scholtz.
International arrivals to Cape Town over the summer season have surged by 15% compared to the previous year, the city's tourism director says.
The Constitutional Court will give judgment on an application for leave to appeal against the dismissal of 10 National Lotteries Board employees.
Plans to build a new city centre in Modderfontein in Johannesburg, includes a central business district with entertainment and sports centres.
Cosatu says it has agreed to cease hostilities regarding Zwelinzima Vavi and Numsa after proposals made by ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Could the state's lack of action to end the destructive platinum strike be a bid to boost the tripartite alliance's election chances, asks James-Brent Styan.
German carmaker Daimler's luxury offshoot Mercedes Benz has launched a new model offensive, says its chief executive.
Greece's two largest public and private sector unions have started a 24-hour walkout to protest against austerity measures that foresee thousands of layoffs.
Employed South Africans are highly likely to stay in their jobs, while the unemployed will find it increasingly hard to find work, says StatisSA.
Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says racism remains in the workplace, adding that talk of proposed employment equity laws being a disadvantage is a 'blue lie'.
South African farmers are unwilling to finance half of land reform farms, because it is unjust and unfair, says an agriculture union.
Consumers are struggling to pay monthly expenses and long-running strikes are undermining the foundations of the economy, according to an index.
Italy's new government has given its clearest indication yet that it plans to push for an easing of European Union fiscal rules after convincing its EU partners.
Things are changing in France's business world, where the state influence doesn't always trump business interest.
Britain has warned Scotland that voting for independence would put jobs and investment in the Scottish energy industry at risk.
A proposal pushing for workers to get a 50% stake in farms is a move in the right direction, says the Congress of SA Trade Unions.