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FILE PHOTO: Employees work on a Chevrolet Beat car on an assembly line at the General Motors plant in Talegaon, about 118 km (73 miles) from Mumbai September 3, 2012. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/File Photo
'We will ensure service and parts for Chevrolet' - GM pledge as it exits South Africa

General Motors has announced it intends to cease local manufacturing and selling Chevrolet vehicles .

Caption: President Jacob Zuma visited at Mbizana in the Eastern Cape to launch the development hub. Picture: THULI DLAMINI

Zuma backs new Mining Charter

President Jacob Zuma has backed the controversial new Mining Charter‚ saying it would not adversely affect the sector‚ but would bring about much-needed change in the industry.

Man loses R5000 via debit orders

Credit card and bill Picture: Free stock image/pixabay Combing through your bank statement should be done habitually to ensure all the debit orders are correct and authorised.

Standard Bank launches crowdfunding initiative to help with student fees

In an effort to create a platform for donors to sponsor student fees‚ Standard Bank and Feenix Trust launched a crowdfunding initiative in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

Companies tribunal hearing on SAA to be public

There was no objection to a public hearing into some of the circumstances around a 2013 South African Airways plan to buy planes from Airbus‚ the Companies Tribunal heard on Monday.

Competition is tough in meat world‚ says company raided for alleged price fixing

There is no collusion to fix prices in the beef industry‚ Karan Beef said on Monday‚ after its head office was raided by the Competition Commission as part of an investigation into allegations of price fixing.

We might be in a recession‚ but at least our farmers are doing well

Spraying crops, agriculture, farm Picture: Free stock Image/pixabay

Numsa spurns 5.3% wage offer

Rand strengthens ahead of Moody’s announcement

SA poultry association concerned over flu in Zimbabwe chickens