Daily Archives: July 9, 2013
A recent report by Student Village reveals shocking things about SA university student spending.
President Jacob Zuma axed Communications Minister Dina Pule on Tuesday, replacing her with former Co-operative Government and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister Yunis Carriem.
Only about 10% of South Africans enjoy a “decent retirement”.
“Exposes the absurdity of the mayor’s continued denial that there is a crisis,” says the DA.
President Jacob Zuma hung former communications minister Dina Pule out to dry when he announced his reshuffle of the executive yesterday.
The worst-performing local municipalities in Gauteng have been exposed – they are Merafong City, Westonaria and Randfontein, all on the West Rand.
South African students spent 15% more than the average consumer, according to the Student Spending Report, released in Johannesburg yesterday.
With crucial elections just over three weeks away, the cash-strapped Zimbabwean government has frozen all spending except for salaries.
The alleged assault on a blind Cape Town busker by police has sparked a national outcry. The YouTube video of Lunga Goodman Nono’s attack has been viewed more than 4000 times. But the disturbing incident could end on a happy note as Nono will soon be in studio recording his first song.
After two years of training for a clerical job in the navy, Andisiwe Dwenga was asked to quit because she tested positive for HIV.
In its bid to boost lending to small and medium scale enterprises in Nigeria, and also stimulate economic growth in the country, Nigeria’s Best Banking Brand, First Bank of Nigeria Limited today signed a $100m facility agreement with China Development Bank (CDB), a leading bank in the Peoples’ Republic of China. This is coming on […]
New minister Yunus Carrim faces a daunting in-tray. His portfolio impacts economic growth.
Markets with David Shapiro (Sasfin) & Gijima CFO resigns, Eileen Wilton, interim CEO, Gijima
UAE agrees to grant Egypt a US$1bn loan and lend it a further $2bn.