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SAA warns of cabin crew employment scam - South African Airways (SAA) has warned the public about the re-emergence of a recruitment scam inviting young people to apply for a cabin crew training programme.
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The average monthly salary in South Africa – before and after bonuses
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ANC takes aim at media over ‘false’ NEC stories - The ANC says that it will encourage its members to approach the press ombudsman over the many media reports about the goings-on at the party's NEC meeting, which it says are false.
The ANC says that it will encourage its members to approach the press ombudsman over the many media reports about the goings-on at the party’s NEC meeting, which it says are false.
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MTN ties up Smart Village acquisition - MTN SA’s acquisition of Smart Village comes into effect today, making Smart Village a subsidiary of MTN.
MTN SA’s acquisition of Smart Village comes into effect today, making Smart Village a subsidiary of MTN.
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This is what may be next for South Africa under Zuma - Now that president Jacob Zuma has survived the latest attempt to get him to step down as president, several scenarios lie ahead for the South Africa - none of which are particularly great for the country.
Now that president Jacob Zuma has survived the latest attempt to get him to step down as president, several scenarios lie ahead for the South Africa – none of which are particularly great for the country.
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How many South Africans earn more than R500,000 a year - New tax data shows that tax revenue collection increased by 8.5% to R1.07 trillion for 2015/16.
New tax data shows that tax revenue collection increased by 8.5% to R1.07 trillion for 2015/16.
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Seacom targets acquisitions as it eyes fibre-to-the business
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Government celebrates South Africa’s dismal maths and science results
Basic education minister Angie Motshekga has issued a statement triumphantly celebrating the latest Trends in International Maths and Science Study (TIMSS) results – in which South Africa places second worst in the world.
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Dismal even with a 30% pass mark...lol , we are producing great future leaders for RSA.
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The way economics is taught needs an overhaul: a South African case study
In the years since the 2008 financial crisis, there’s been much debate about whether universities are doing enough to produce economics graduates ready for the real world.
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The ANC will have a new face by – Mantashe - The ANC seems to be pinning its hopes to slow down electoral decline through a change of leadership when it hosts its electoral conference in 2017.
The ANC seems to be pinning its hopes to slow down electoral decline through a change of leadership when it hosts its electoral conference in 2017.
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5 things you need to know in South Africa today - Now that Zuma is safe and secure, analysts predict retaliation - a Cabinet reshuffle is on the cards; Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is not endearing herself to MPs; NPA head Shaun Abrahams is being shielded by the ANC; and South Africans owe Sanral billions in unpaid e-toll fees.
Now that Zuma is safe and secure, analysts predict retaliation – a Cabinet reshuffle is on the cards; Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is not endearing herself to MPs; NPA head Shaun Abrahams is being shielded by the ANC; and South Africans owe Sanral billions in unpaid e-toll fees.
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Zuma sends FICA bill back to Parliament - President Jacob Zuma has referred the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (FICA) Bill back to the National Assembly for reconsideration.
President Jacob Zuma has referred the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment (FICA) Bill back to the National Assembly for reconsideration.
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