Business Unity South Africa has criticised the lack of urgency by government in taking the hard decisions to create an environment for investment and growth.
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The protests, unrest and massive looting in KwaZulu-Natal has destroyed and disrupted vital transport, logistics, warehouse and distribution facilities in the province.
A pact between South Africa’s government, labour unions and business to cut Eskom’s debt won’t include a pledge to use the pensions of state workers as had been initially proposed.
South African business leaders are growing increasingly concerned that the government doesn’t have the will or capacity to overcome the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.
The ANC and business leaders are heading for a showdown over how to revive an economy ravaged by the coronavirus and a two-month lockdown to curb its spread.
A lobby group representing South African banks has urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to prioritise the country’s wider interests rather than securing votes for the ANC.
South Africa’s banks are going on the offensive after being criticised by some politicians over their lending practices and records in addressing racial inequality. Attacks on the lenders have been led by President Jacob Zuma, who’s accused them
A group of senior South African business leaders publicly expressed support for finance minister Pravin Gordhan as he faces fraud charges. “South Africa’s democratic transformation cannot afford to have a man of Gordhan’s
South Africa could become one of the fastest-growing renewable energy markets in the world, according to a recent study. This is not bad for a country that in 2011 had almost no renewable projects on the table and was the 12th highest carbon-emitting nation in the world