- Current Affairs
Updated: 2 days 11 hours ago
The largest court action in SA's legal history might be created when more than 62 000 pensioners bring a class action lawsuit against Transnet.
India's healthcare system is riddled with corruption and the national drug approvals agency is a "snakepit of vested interests", says the health minister.
The e-toll concessions announced by Transport Minister Dipuo Peters do not reduce the system's cost on road users, says Outa.
Nigeria's central bank will leave interest rates unchanged as it tries to balance controlling inflation and supporting the naira, according to a poll.
An urgent hearing into the R699 car sales scheme opens up the possibility that class action could be taken against the banks that supported the scheme.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has asked that prosecution of non-paying e-toll users be halted for now.
Brazil plans to use Japanese technology in building a floating structure and ships for its huge offshore oil development project, according to media reports.
A stronger police presence is needed as the Numsa strike is causing revenue losses of over R300m a day, says the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
President Jacob Zuma has announced plans to explore parts of the ocean to find economic potential that could contribute to the country's gross domestic product.
Due to the Numsa strike this small business owner says he is about to close his metal working operations and import complete products from China.
A Fin24 user says he is being forced to restructure his company to keep it from shutting down as a result of Numsa's wage strike.
Argentina will sign deals to borrow $7.5bn from China for power rail projects, at a time when the Latin American country cannot tap global capital markets.
China has expanded its trade partnership with Brazil with $7.5bn in financing for Brazilian miner Vale, the purchase of 60 passenger jets and more.
By only engaging with Seifsa and Numsa during the metal strike, Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant shows no regard for the interests of SMMEs, says Neasa.
The SA Clothing and Textile Workers' Union has settled a wage dispute in the wool and mohair textiles sub-sector.
The three-year wage settlement the National Union of Mineworkers signed with Royal Bafokeng Platinum represents a genuine victory for mineworkers, says NUM.
The poor's disproportionate debt burden is leading to rising anger, says Terry Bell.
The long-term issuer default ratings of South Africa's major banks have been affirmed by Fitch Ratings agency.
The National Union of Mineworkers says it was not was necessary for Tsogo Sun to empower five rich individuals by awarding them a R200m loan.
Small businesses suffering damage at the hands of strikers are considering class action against the union and its leaders, but Numsa denies any foul play.