I warned that the EFF's total disregard for the rules would cause serious problems in years to come, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
There is "no disaster" coming, and redistributing land will not make it valueless, says Nafcoc president Lawrence Mavundla.
Procurement problems, language differences and allegations of domination by the Chinese are hampering the construction of the motor plant.
A court challenge against the legitimacy of one faction of a business chamber’s leadership in Mpumalanga and its control of shares worth R22 million has been dismissed.
The Competition Commission’s inquiry into grocery retail will delve beyond the Big Four supermarkets and try to address the alleged competitive secrets of foreigners.
The ousted Nafcoc president is taking his claim to the organisation's leadership post to the Constitutional Court, a report says.
African Bank must be returned to its rightful owners as time has come for a fully fledged black owned commercial bank, says Nafcoc president Joe Hlongwane.
Tshwane informal traders say the SA Police Service is the "third force" behind the hawkers' protests in Pretoria CBD.
Nelson Mandela was a global icon in whom the virtues of humility and selflessness were personified, says the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Organisations lock horns over conference results, with Nafcoc threatening exodus if results are not nullified.
Claiming little has changed in 23 years, Sam Motsuenyane is advocating black unity to effect real transformation.
South Africa needs a differentiated multi-minimum wage arrangement that must be complemented by other policy measures, cautions Nafcoc.
Nafcoc has welcomed the Constitutional Court's refusal of ousted president Joe Hlongwane's application for leave to appeal.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has put an end to a long-running leadership battle in Nafcoc in a ruling discounting the legitimacy of a previous president's appointment.
The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry has re-elected Lawrence Mavundla as its president, the organisation says.
The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nafcoc) will support the ANC in this year's elections.
The Eastern Cape could "kiss our economic development dream goodbye" because of infighting in the ANC, a Nafcoc official has warned.
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