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POSTPONEMENT-Private sector-NCFT meeting

POSTPONEMENT-Private sector-NCFT meeting Dear valued economic stakeholder Kindly note that the meeting between the National Committee on Trade Facilitation and the Private Sector which was scheduled to take place on 17 July 2019 has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. We appreciate the interest you have shown in participating in this meeting. We humbly apologise for […]

Eskom Must Stop Potential Electricity Blackouts in communities

A City of Johannesburg Media Statement byExecutive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba Eskom Must Stop Potential Electricity Blackouts in communities 11 July 2019Release: Immediate Yesterday, I wrote to Eskom requesting a meeting within the next 48 hours in reaction to Eskom’s alleged institution of credit management procedures across entire communities due to certain residents’ failure to […]

No Licence To Fire At Will!

BY  Ivan Israelstam, Chief Executive of Labour Law Management Consulting. He may be contacted on (011) 888-7944 or 0828522973 or on e-mail address: ivan@labourlawadvice.co.za. Go to: www.labourlawadvice.co.za Employers are becoming more and more desperate in their attempts to run orderly, productive and profitable businesses. The special obstacles to the achievement of this goal are intense and […]

Hot Tables! Speed Networking

Hot Tables offer small business owners an opportunity tomeet, network, exchange ideas and experiences. You are introduced to others and these contacts can develop into new, mutually beneficial business relationships. You do not only meet with existing contacts during a Hot Tables event, but more importantly you gain access to a new network and thus […]

May heralds trade surplus but export picture remains bleak

South Africa’s export figures rebounded in May by R1.75 billion, the Reserve Bank has announced. In its latest trade assessment the central bank said May had recorded exports of R112.07 billion compared to imports of R110.33 billion. The trade surplus has come as welcome news after April’s trade deficit of R3.53 billion. Unfortunately May’s surplus […]

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