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Raising taxes won’t help the fiscus, parliament hears

Further tax hikes will not be helpful in raising revenue, as intended, the Financial Fiscal Commission warned. The commission, which is a constitutional body that advises all organs of state on economic, financial and fiscal matters, on Tuesday briefed Parliament’s…

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Ramaphosa arrives in Sochi for inaugural Russia-Africa Summit

Own Correspondent MOSCOW – President Cyril Ramaphosa has arrived in Sochi in the Russian Federation where he is leading a South African delegation to the first Russia-Africa Summit to take place on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 October 2019. The…

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Mthwakazi Funerals provides dignified burials at the lowest of rates… terms tailor-made for even the struggling

Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG – Ever wondered what the scariest thing to have ever crossed a human mind is? Generally, it’s the thought of death, but for the unprepared – the cost of death! For Zimbabweans, especially those struggling in the…

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Exciting investment opportunities at Second South Africa Investment Conference (SAIC) 2019.

Own Correspondent Cape Town, 22 October 2019:  As South Africa aims to re-ignite economic growth and boost confidence in the country’s economy, leaders from local and international business, government, and the investment community will come together to explore exciting investment opportunities…

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African Development Fund commits $13million for Malawi fishery

News Reporter The African Development Fund has committed $13.2 million financing package for a fisheries and aquaculture development project in Malawi. The Sustainable Fisheries, Aquaculture Development, and Watershed Management project will provide infrastructure for increased fisheries productivity and market access….

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Toyota SA exporting Hilux kits to Kenya heralds new era of intra-African trade

In supporting each other we can establish new industries, create jobs and open up new markets in Africa. By Phumla Williams We live in a globally connected world where the fortunes of nations are interlinked. This is particularly true for…

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Telkom to move ADSL customers to wireless and fibre

Telkom said it has upgraded over 96% of its prepaid fixed-line customers to wireless prepaid services, which the company said will improve their customer experience. Telkom explained that its wireless service is more reliable than its copper-based technology and is…

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Old Mutual to appeal Peter Moyo reinstatement

Old Mutual believes that Moyo’s court application was ‘ill-conceived, contained a number of false allegations, and should have been dismissed’, and that another court may have a different outcome. Peter Moyo has won his legal battle against Old Mutual to…

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The Digital Transformation Congress takes place in Johannesburg

Business Reporter JOHANNESBURG – The Digital Transformation Congress takes place in Johannesburg, South Africa Tuesday. Organised by ITNewsAfrica, the congress is expected to group together more than 300 industry experts at the Sandton Convention Centre, in a conversation that seeks…

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Zimbabwe: Land disputes, evictions disrupt farming operations

MARONDERA: Farm ownership disputes in several farms in Mashonaland East are disrupting farming operations with government officials accused of fueling the disturbances including evictions. The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has since moved in and opened investigations into the operations of…

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