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The number of people who stopped paying their TV licences increased dramatically from 2019 to 2023 according to an SABC board chair member.
SA e-hailing drivers go on strike, amidst a backdrop of diminishing income and violent attacks by rival taxi associations.
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After the inclusion of six new members states, here is what the world is saying about BRICS+. And it’s not all positive.
The Subway sandwich chain has announced that it reached a deal to be acquired by private equity firm Roark Capital.
A pilot study has revealed what a 4-day workweek in SA would look like. And the results are mixed due to some uniquely South African traits.
It appears China is not a fan of all of SA’s policies, saying it will invest more in the country if and when BEE is relaxed.
With two months left before 2023 tax submissions close, we’re answering the question: can you dispute an Additional Assessment issue by SARS?
The Sinakho Skills Development Centre and Entrepreneurship Training Academy
The minister hopes to conclude a solar deal with China at this week’s BRICS Summit that could mark the beginning of the end of loadshedding.
Transnet CEO Portia Derby is being dragged on social media for expressing fears over job losses in the trucking sector, should rail improve
From just two staff in 2005 to almost 80 women now, the hand baked cookie business has risen from humble beginnings.
The Mother City has announced 60 electric Golden Arrow Busses will be on the roads by 2024. Here’s how much they’ll cost the city.
The visa backlog has nothing to do with people getting out, but rather workers who can’t get into South Africa to fill skills shortages.
If the September fuel-price hike is as high as anticipated, it could push consumer inflation above the Reserve Bank’s upper limit.
Most neighborhoods have spaza shops selling snacks, airtime, or cigarettes. Are spaza shops allowed to give credit and sell alcohol?
Chasing the taxi bosses’ targets makes it hard to be compliant with traffic legislation, drivers tell GroundUp
Electricity minister admits Eskom spent R12 billion on diesel in the last four months to keep South Africa’s economy going.
Big data analytics can be an invaluable tool for South African retail players seeking a competitive advantage.
Here’s what you do if after submitting your income tax return you receive a SARS Additional Assessment notice.
The scheme is aimed at allowing households and small businesses to be able to have the finances to invest in solar equipment so that they could overcome the impact of load shedding.
The pound dipped against the dollar though it firmed against the euro on Monday as markets continued to digest the previous week’s 25-basis-point rate increase by the Bank of England.
Cape Town to snub AARTO laws, says JP Smith, the mayoral committee member for safety and security in the Western Cape. Here’s how.
The 223-metre-high mega bridge in SA will be the tallest on the continent. Here’s where it will be built and how much it’ll cost.
There are several factors milking Eskom, including SA’s high unemployment rate…
The import of panels this year alone is in the billions of Rands. Here’s how SA’s unlikely solar energy boom is weening us off Eskom.
It’s good news for embattled South Africans as the national regulator proposes an overhaul to Eskom tariff hikes.