Wed Oct 26 13:18:20 CAT 2016
Becoming his own boss

Some people are just not cut out for the usual nine-to-five working-for-a-boss routine and Relebogil.

Corruption Watch to lay charges against Sars commissioner Moyane

Corruption Watch has informed SA Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane that it will be laying criminal charges against him. [0] comments

Rand at three-week highs as the focus falls on Gordhan’s speech

The rand rallied to its best level against the dollar in about three weeks on Wednesday morning just hours before Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will table the medium-term budget policy statement‚ which analysts say has the potential to stave off a ratings downgrade. [0] comments

Pilots flee SAA tensions for jobs abroad

Sixty South African pilots have taken up jobs with foreign airlines over the last 12 months. [0] comments

‘Rail the safest mode of public transport‚’ says Metrorail in wake of fatal crash

Metrorail on Tuesday insisted that rail is “still the safest mode of public transport” — a day after the fatal head-on collision of two trains between Kaalfontein and Tembisa. [10] comments

South African workers buy into BYOD - bring your own device

South Africans are more likely to use a smartphone at work than a tablet. [0] comments

MTN denies illegal transfer of $14 bn from Nigeria

BAT offers to buy U.S. tobacco firm Reynolds in $47 billion deal

SAA bans 'exploding' Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on flights

South African Airways (SAA). Picture credits: Gallo Images

Billionaires getting poorer

Rand strengthens despite Gordhan and Madonsela matters

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan. Picture Credit: Gallo Images