Construction of the first solar and wind farm projects by independent power producers will kick off over the next few weeks under the first round of Government’s renewable energy programme.
The South African Business School’s Association (SABSA) has put forward a proposal to the Council for Higher Education (CHE) which would see its member schools implementing higher entry requirements for the Masters of Business Administration (MBA).
49% of those surveyed said that the SA economy will be conducive for business growth in the next 12 months.
A new sectoral determination for farm workers, including a new minimum wage, can only be implemented in April next year, labour minister Mildred Oliphant said this afternoon. This, coupled with increased mechanisation on farms is likely to create continued tension between employers and their employees in the coming months.
More than 10000 job cuts in the mining industry are on the cards in the first quarter of 2013 says Bheki Sibiya, CEO of the Chamber of Mines
Does Eskom need to have a healthy balance sheet at the expense of industry, business, job creation and economic growth?
In connection with charges of fraud, corruption and money-laundering to the value of R49m.
“We have a broad structural problem where government insists on having a heavy hand in the affairs of state owned enterprises”