Eskom: Stage 4 blackouts to continue until Wednesday

June 27, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – Eskom announced that Stage 4 loadshedding will continue until Wednesday. The power utility said this is due to unlawful industrial action at various […]

Unions: British Airways staff vote for Heathrow strike

June 24, 2022 News Room SA 0

British Airways workers at London’s Heathrow Airport have voted to strike over pay as surging inflation erodes wages and sparks growing industrial unrest. Members of […]

Eskom, Numsa deadlocked in wage talks

June 23, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – The National Union Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) and Eskom have deadlocked in wage negotiations at the Central Bargaining Forum and salary negotiations […]

FlySafair adds 10 new Sub-Saharan routes

June 22, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – FlySafair is taking advantage of the gap in the market left by the collapse of rival Comair. The airline is planning to add […]

Phala-Phala auction fetches almost R21 million

June 20, 2022 News Room SA 0

The Phala Phala auction of Ankole, at President Ramaphosa’s farm over the weekend has been met with widespread criticism, especially after media was barred entry. […]

Tobacco Ban ruling: Fita welcomes SCA ruling

June 17, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – The Fair Trade Independent Tobacco Association has welcomed the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling on the tobacco sales ban. The court upheld a […]

Revlon reportedly files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

June 15, 2022 News Room SA 0

Cosmetic giant Revlon is reportedly preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. After 90 years in the beauty industry, the American-based company has reported huge […]

World Bank approves over R7bn loan to SA

June 15, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – The World Bank has approved a R7.5 billion low-interest loan to fund vaccine purchases. The latest approval follows a loan of R11.5 billion […]

Liquor permits: Struggle of small township traders

June 13, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – The days of big businesses exploiting townships are over. That’s the promise from Gauteng Premier David Makhura. Makhura said he will help small […]

Gauteng liquor traders want licences

June 10, 2022 News Room SA 0

Johannesburg – Losing stock, jobs and business due to expired operating permits. That’s what liquor traders say they are facing as Gauteng tavern owners in […]