Friday, September 20, 2019
INTERNATIONAL – Amazon Web Services said on Monday it was creating 500 jobs in Germany and opening a new office in Munich that will showcase what cloud computing can do for potential clients in Europe’s largest economy. AWS, which grew out...
Total monthly contributions for plans in the Discovery Health Medical Scheme (DHMS) will increase by between 8.88% and 10.96% for main members from January. The increases are mostly skewed to the higher-end plans, with those in the Comprehensive range and the...
National Wills Week takes place from September 16 to 20, and during this time, many law firms are willing to draw up basic wills for free.The importance of a valid will cannot be underestimated as it forms an integral...
Many of the workers have been with the company since leaving school and are now facing insurmountable challenges. The human impact of the huge financial meltdown faced by sugar giant Tongaat Hulett bit this week, when 210 families living in the...
The only short-term option to salvage Eskom, whose debt has reached R450bn, was government support, the state-owned power utility’s chair, Jabu Mabuza, told MPs on Tuesday. Eskom executives, led by public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan and Mabuza, briefed a joint...
An American man killed a rare black rhinoceros at Mangetti National Park in Namibia in 2018. He had agreed to pay $400,000 (R6 million)  to a Namibian government fund if he received a permit to take the skin,...
CAPE TOWN - The World Economic Forum Africa which ran from the 4th to the 6th of September is the 28th time that the forum was held on the African continent.The forum is set to tackle these issues by...
Tech giant Samsung will launch its hotly anticipated first foldable smartphone on Friday, months after faulty screens forced an embarrassing delay of its release. The world’s largest smartphone maker spent nearly eight years developing the Galaxy Fold, but had to...
CAPE TOWN - South African business leaders on Wednesday urged President Cyril Ramaphosa to push through reforms faster to boost the economy and curb investment outflows, as executives and policymakers gathered for a continental economic summit. Frustration is building in...
South Africa avoided slipping into a technical recession for the second time in a year according to the gross domestic product (GDP) numbers for the second quarter of 2019 released by Stats SA yesterday, thanks mainly to no load...
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