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SA manufacturing sentiment sets pace for Q2 economic growth amid load shedding relief

Independent online (SA) 13 Jun 2024
SOUTH African manufacturers are expecting business conditions to improve over the next 12 months after confidence reached the best level in two years in the second quarter, though it remains in contractionary territory ... BUSINESS REPORT .
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News24 | The greatest shoal on Earth: KZN's much-anticipated sardine run returns

News24 10 Jun 2024
As the coastal waters of KwaZulu-Natal begin to stir, anticipation is reaching a fever pitch among locals and businesses as the greatest shoal on Earth - the sardine run - officially begins ... .
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Changing political landscape in SA and prospects for agricultural transformation

Independent online (SA) 10 Jun 2024
By Thulasizwe Mkhabela ... Dr Thulasizwe Mkhabela is an honorary research fellow with the African Centre for Food Security and the University of KwaZulu-Natal and an independent agricultural researcher ... BUSINESS REPORT .
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Rising temperatures, rising risks: why adequate cover has become critical

Independent online (SA) 09 Jun 2024
The knock-on effects of climate-related incidents have led to a noticeable increase in personal and commercial insurance claims, both in terms of property damage and business interruption.
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New sugar masterplan urgently needed to support rural livelihoods

Independent online (SA) 08 Jun 2024
Through a higher price for the sugarcane, millers and large-scale growers essentially support small-scale growers, keeping thousands of families and many communities in rural Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal in business ... BUSINESS REPORT .
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KZN business welcomes electoral outcomes, hails co-operative atmosphere

Independent online (SA) 05 Jun 2024
Business in KwaZulu-Natal welcomed the outcomes of the recent national and provincial elections, saying the ballots were “peaceful and most of all reflected the wishes of the people” to have a ...
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Ster-Kinekor restructuring secures encore from CEO

Business Day 04 Jun 2024
Business rescue ... Business Day reported that a quarter of its staff and as many as nine cinemas in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape were on the chopping block.
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Honking motorcade kicks off Zuma's party after S.Africa vote

Hindustan Times 02 Jun 2024
In Zuma's KwaZulu-Natal, a key electoral battleground, it emerged as the largest force with 45.9 percent, routing the ANC and pushing it toward the party's worst national result in three decades of democracy.
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Can South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa survive the ANC’s election setback?

Al Jazeera 01 Jun 2024
The MK party has won almost 15 percent of the national vote, and 45 percent of the vote in KwaZulu Natal, Zuma’s home province ... in this week’s elections, using his loyal support base in KwaZulu Natal.
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KZN business sentiment is a mix of uncertainty and anticipation, as voting continues

Independent online (SA) 31 May 2024
As votes continue to be counted in KwaZulu-Natal where substantial shifts emerge, the sentiment among local businesses in the province is one of uncertainty and anticipation ... "Business hopes and trusts ...
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Early results in South Africa’s election show ANC losing majority

CyprusMail 30 May 2024
The early results showed the ANC and the DA neck-and-neck on about 34% each in the key province of Gauteng, which includes the country’s business capital Johannesburg and the sprawling townships of Soweto and Alexandra.
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Early results in South Africa’s election show Mandela’s party losing majority after 30 years

Philenews 30 May 2024
The early results showed the ANC and the DA neck-and-neck on about 34% each in the key province of Gauteng, which includes the country’s business capital Johannesburg and the sprawling townships of Soweto and Alexandra.
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Early results in South Africa's election show ANC losing majority

Voa News 30 May 2024
The early results showed the ANC on 38%, the DA on 27.8%% and the EFF on 10.9% in the key province of Gauteng, which includes the country's business capital Johannesburg and the sprawling townships of Soweto and Alexandra.
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Black-owned car workshops cry foul over Wesbank blocking them from government fleet repairs tender

Independent online (SA) 30 May 2024
AAAF this week said that most several workshops in Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Free State, and KwaZulu-Natal were facing closure or going out of business after being allegedly excluded by WesBank from ...

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