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Seifsa's withdrawal of its "final" wage offer in the metals and engineering industries would not weaken Numsa's resolve, says the union.
Miners returning to work after the protracted platinum strike are going through their check-ups and training updates by the mines, says Amcu.
The World Bank has systemic defects in its procedures to ensure that people and the environment are not harmed in development projects, according to a review.
The state has a keen interest in drilling for shale gas itself, to help end historic injustices, says Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi.
The Israeli ambassador to South Africa should be expelled, demands the National Union of Metalworkers of SA.
Eskom says that it is possible to avoid power cuts if everybody saves electricity, adding that people should also report illegal electricity connections.
British energy companies are under pressure to improve the way they announce outages or capacity reductions.
SA’s tourism business performance dipped in the second quarter, with actual performance somewhat worse than expected, according to an index.
The Brics Bank will prosper only if its members' economies do the same, says Daniel Silke.
The Automobile Association says that the petrol price could increase by close to 30 cents per litre, owing largely to the exchange rate.
The National Prosecuting Authority has appointed two prosecutors to work with the SA National Roads Agency Limited relating to non-payment of e-tolls.
The Trade Activity Index has increased slightly by two index points to 52 in June, according to the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Designated European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he is working towards the introduction of a minimum social wage in each member state.
Hopes to end a damaging strike by metalworkers have been dashed after negotiations with the National Union of Metalworkers of SA and employers failed.
British inflation has unexpectedly surged to a five-month high last month and house prices continues to accelerate.
The ANC says it is looking forward to the tabling of budget policy statements by government departments, as public committees are set to start the process.
A two-week strike by metalworkers is likely to drag on as the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa withdrew its final wage offer.
A summit of the Brics group of emerging market countries will abstain from criticising Russia's recent actions in Ukraine.
World Trade Organisation judges say the US broke its rules in imposing hefty duties on Chinese products that Washington argues enjoyed government subsidies.
India has announced a penalty of $579m on the country's largest private firm, Reliance Industries, for failing to meet gas commitment for the fourth year in a row.