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[pretoria] - Fuel hike ‘a slap in face’ for consumers

The price of both grades of petrol - 93 octane and 95 octane unleaded (ULP) and lead replacement petrol (LRP) – will increase by 54c a litre with effect from midnight tomorrow.

Diesel 0.05% sulphur will increase by 1c a litre, while the price of diesel 0.005% sulphur will remain …

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[pretoria] - Standard Bank partners with Microsoft

JOHANNESBURG – Standard Bank Group and Microsoft today announced a new strategic partnership that will help to transform the bank’s technology estate and internal corporate functions, enabling the largest bank in Africa to accelerate its digital transformation journey significantly improving its employee experience.

The partnership will see Microsoft providing cloud …

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[pretoria] - Standard Bank selects Microsoft to drive the bank's digital transformation

DURBAN - Standard Bank Group and Microsoft today announced a new strategic partnership that will help to transform the bank’s technology estate and internal corporate functions, enabling the largest bank in Africa to accelerate its digital transformation journey significantly improving its employee experience.

The partnership will see Microsoft providing cloud …

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[pretoria] - Joburg mayor excited about R20bn inner city project

JOHANNESBURG – Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he is looking forward to seeing cranes across the inner city within six to eight months when construction on more than 20 developments worth around R20 billion is set to begin.

Mashaba was accompanied by the MMC for Economic Development Leah Knott, and MMC …

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[pretoria] - FNB Business Innovation Awards 2019 adds two new categories

DURBAN - Following overwhelming responses from entrepreneurs, the FNB Business Innovation Awards (FNB BIA) have been extended to include two more categories, and now represent the entire business landscape in South Africa.

Adding to the Endeavor global category, FNB has further partnered with 10XE and the Township Entrepreneurs Alliance (TEA) to …

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[pretoria] - Sugar imports leave a bitter taste in local industry

JOHANNESBURG – There is a need for the local sugar industry to consider diversifying its product offering if it is to remain a viable industry that is able to create jobs, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).

“There is a need for the SA sugar industry to consider diversifying …

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[pretoria] - Five reasons why people love rewards programmes

DURBAN - The reasons why we behave in certain ways are sometimes obvious, but more often than not, they aren’t always clear to us.

One of the best examples of this in South Africa currently is the use of rewards programmes to influence certain types of our behaviour.

There are …

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[pretoria] - R20bn Joburg inner city mass-development starts in 6 months

CAPE TOWN – The Joburg Property Company (JPC) on Monday a group of developer and investors, who would realise 24 developments in coming months, to the Joburg inner city.

The R20 billion expected investment value to come from these developments has significantly invigorated the Inner City Rejuvenation Programme, which started in …

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[pretoria] - Pote Human: Bulls can still make the playoffs

Pote Human’s team have now gone eight years without a victory over their arch-rivals, the Stormers, in the Cape. The hurt of the latest defeat will be compounded, though, if the Bulls have to face the Waratahs at Loftus this week without their first-choice centre pairing.

Both Jessie Kriel …

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[pretoria] - Hamilton: I was too friendly at turn one

The Finn, who started on pole position, crossed the line 1.524 seconds ahead of Hamilton to make up for the agony of 2018 when he was denied victory in Baku by a late puncture.

The pair are now separated by just one point with 17 races remaining, with Mercedes …

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[pretoria] - Consumers in for a very rough ride with petrol hike

DURBAN - With the expected petrol price increase of 56 cents a litre just days away, debt-stressed consumers are going to have to cut unnecessary expenses to the bone if they hope to get through the month without running out of cash while diesel is expected to remain flat.

Dawie Roodt …

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[pretoria] - Brainworks expects turnaround in earnings

CAPE TOWN – Mauritian diversified investment holding company Brainworks said on Friday that it expected a turnaround in earnings per share when it reports results for the year to end-December 2018.

The company, which focuses its investment strategy exclusively on assets and services in Zimbabwe, had been warned by the JSE …

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