Davies urged to come clean after CIPC head quits

2015-04-20 13:21

The DA has called on Trade Minister Rob Davies to open up on issues at the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission, following its commissioner’s shock resignation.

US amendment turns up heat in 'chicken war' with SA

2015-04-17 16:38

Two influential US senators have announced their intention to pursue amendments to Agoa to secure greater access for US poultry into the SA market.

Davies: 'Sweet spot' sought on Agoa chicken row

2015-04-10 17:51

SA and the US are looking for a way to resolve poultry issues standing in the way of a renewal of the African Growth and Opportunities Act deal, says the government.

US senators concerned over SA poultry industry's hard-line

2015-03-31 17:30

Thirteen US senators have voiced their concern that the SA poultry industry is taking a hard-line on its most recent offer to the US poultry industry.

MicroFinance goes to court over service fee cap

2015-03-17 07:58

MicroFinance South Africa has issued an urgent application against the National Credit Regulator and the DTI, declaring them to be in contempt over service fee caps.

Two suspended National Gambling Board directors quit

2015-01-25 19:00

Some of the suspended directors have resigned just weeks before a forensic report into their alleged misconduct was due to be handed to the dti.

US, South Africa in flap over chicken trade

2014-12-12 19:33

Two US senators have threatened to try to block South Africa from a lucrative trade agreement if Pretoria doesn't lift import duties on cheaper chicken cuts.

Davies: SA to spend R24bn on HIV drugs

2014-11-18 08:45

SA plans to spend R24bn over two years to buy HIV/Aids drugs for public hospitals as the prevalence of the virus is rising, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

Mthethwa: At R5.2m SA's best paid official?

2014-11-13 12:44

National Empowerment Fund head Philisiwe Mthethwa may well be the highest-paid public official, taking home more than R5.2m last year, claims the DA.

New wind turbine factory opens in tech hub

2014-11-05 18:14

A breath of fresh air swept through the Green Technology Industrial Park in Atlantis as a R300m wind turbine tower production facility was launched amid a panic over electricity.


Davies: SA will try to end 'chicken war' soon

2015-04-19 11:35

Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies has appealed to the US to engage its poultry industry to show flexibility in the poultry negotiations.

'Chicken war' to be over soon - Davies

2015-04-16 17:39

Department of Trade and Industry minister Rob Davies has assured an audience in Washington that a settlement on the contentious ‘chicken issue’ is on the horizon.

SA, France eye closer trade partnership

2015-04-07 18:25

The signing of a joint communiqué between SA and France is the culmination of deliberations as part of the Joint Economic Committee between the two countries.

Court to hear Chevron NCA validity dispute

2015-03-23 17:27

The Constitutional Court will hear an application for confirmation of a decision of the Western Cape High Court declaring a section of the National Credit Act constitutionally invalid.

US demands greater access to SA poultry market

2015-03-16 13:30

An industry body representing US poultry exporters has rejected two offers made by the SA Poultry Association relating to the tonnage of chicken allowed into the SA market.

David Shapiro’s expert insights on SA, oil and the latest in today’s markets

2015-01-15 16:21

Alec Hogg, David Shapiro and Gugulethu Mfuphi unpack a wide range of hard-hitting topics on CNBC Africa’s Power Lunch.

Ithuba prepares to operate lottery

2014-12-10 15:25

Ithuba is preparing to run a world-class lottery network, says chairperson Seth Phalatse after the court dismissed Gidani's challenge.

Mthethwa not highest paid official - NEF

2014-11-14 07:00

The National Empowerment Fund has rejected allegations from the DA that its CEO Philisiwe Mthethwa is probably the highest paid public official in the country.

Davies scraps National Gambling Board

2014-11-12 06:00

The National Gambling Board, which was suspended after spending millions on travel, will be replaced with a CEO, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

Credit amnesty: Millions of consumers score

2014-11-03 21:00

The slate has been wiped clean for around 3.1 million South Africans with adverse consumer credit information, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.

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