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Herman Mashaba calls for inquiry into unrest, gives Ramaphosa 60 days

Independent online (SA) 27 Jul 2021
Johannesburg - ActionSA is giving President Cyril Ramaphosa 60 days to appoint a judicial inquiry to probe the unrest that spread through Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal two weeks ago, its leader Herman Mashaba says. Citizens went on a looting rampage in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal which left many businesses damaged and infrastructure damaged.
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KZN and Gauteng business owners ponder move to Canada following wave of unrest

Independent online (SA) 27 Jul 2021
DURBAN - REQUESTS for Canadian business immigration in recent weeks, reportedly due to the alleged insurrection that gripped the country two weeks ago. Beaver Immigration Consulting said it received many requests from business owners in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng ... The bottom line is when there is trouble on the streets business owners turn to Canada.
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North West business briefs: Race Equality Hub; Thornley Groves; Business Enterprise Fund; Manchester Airport; MolMart

The Business Desk 27 Jul 2021
Life sciences SME, MolMart, has launched its pioneering pre-natal genetic testing products, following support from GC Business Growth Hub’s innovation team ... MolMart was launched in 2016 by molecular geneticist Markella Mikkelson, who specialised in pre-natal genetics in both the NHS and the private sector, and her business partner Harry Kontos.
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South Africa eases restrictions as Covid-19 cases decline

Ghana Web 27 Jul 2021
A situation made worse for many by the unrest and violence that took place in the Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal provinces. Ramaphosa said his government would seek restitution for businesses that suffered more than 20 billion rand ($1.35 billion) in damage and also would assist poor South Africans.
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Kumba generates billions in vital taxes for SA government

Business Day 27 Jul 2021
For the SA government, which is grappling with a weak economy and the fallout of a week of rampant looting, arson and destruction of businesses in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, costing the country tens of billions of rand, the record results from two large mining companies have generated strong tax and royalty inflows ... seccombea@businesslive.co.za .
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Kwanalu calls for removal of Mooi River N3 Toll Plaza

Independent online (SA) 26 Jul 2021
DURBAN - KWANALU has called for the removal of the Mooi River Toll Plaza, citing the severe risk its location places on the Kwazulu-Natal economy ... Kwanalu chief executive Sandy La Marque said the call was made to Minister Thoko Didiza following the unrest in parts of Gauteng and in KwaZulu-Natal.
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BUSI MAVUSO: State must play its part in helping business rebuild

Business Day 26 Jul 2021
With the country’s unemployment crisis expected to deepen in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, the two most populous provinces, the commitment by big business to rebuild ...
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R350 Grant Brought Back - and Lockdown Restrictions Eased to Alert Level 3

All Africa 26 Jul 2021
... distress and help businesses affected by recent civil unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
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WATCH: BIG questions over how grant will be funded

Business Day 26 Jul 2021
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday announced a package of measures to support households and businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the recent violence in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, including the ...
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South Africa needs to increase pace of reforms, IMF says

The National 26 Jul 2021
At least 330 people died and thousands of businesses in the commercial hub of Gauteng and the eastern KwaZulu-Natal province were looted or burned down in unrest that erupted on July 10 ... weighed on output and forced some businesses to cut wages, reduce staff or close permanently.
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Rebuilding small firms gets going

Business Day 25 Jul 2021
This rebirth is being made possible by the establishment of the KwaZulu-Natal ...
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KwaZulu-Natal’s devastated businesses wary of restarting

Business Day 25 Jul 2021
Businesspeople in KwaZulu-Natal remain in a deep state of ...
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Riot damage will boost inflation and dent competitiveness

Business Day 25 Jul 2021
Ground zero of the supply shock after recent events in SA has been KwaZulu-Natal, SA’s second-largest provincial economy accounting for 16% of national GDP ... The government should respond with tax cuts for impacted business in the immediate KwaZulu-Natal region, with a special dispensation for small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs).
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SA moves to lockdown level 3 - Read President Cyril Ramaphosa’s full speech

Independent online (SA) 25 Jul 2021
Fifthly, we need to help businesses to rebuild ... As infections in Gauteng fall, daily new infections in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal continue to rise ... This includes responding more quickly and decisively to reports that we are now receiving of extortion by criminal groups as businesses start to rebuild, especially in KwaZulu-Natal.

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