Instead of focusing on rebuilding the country after years of state capture, we were distracted by a sideshow, writes Mandy Wiener.
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Transnet chair Popo Molefe has hit back at axed CEO Siyabonga Gama, saying he not only failed to make a representation by Friday on why he should not be removed, but failed to inspire the confidence of the board.
The South African Local Government Association stepped in during municipal wage talks after one union rejected a 7% increase offer and another union accepted.
BlackBerry Ltd. said it was awarded $814.9m in arbitration following a dispute with Qualcomm Inc. over royalty payments.
A legal dispute is threatening to shut down four Volkswagen factories in Germany just as the carmaker tries to resolve an emissions scandal that’s led to record fines.
Dejected members of the ANC in Sobantu are anxiously awaiting for feedback on an internal probe into a dispute on who should lead the northern ward into the local government election.
Big US tobacco firms including Reynolds American and Altria Group have agreed to pay New York $550m of the amount kept in an escrow account, ending a decade-long dispute.
Investment group Remgro says it has resolved all three of its tax disputes with the South African Revenue Service.
The power utility and unions are set to meet again on Friday to continue with long-running wage talks, after unions were sought a mandate on Eskom’s latest offer from their members.
Cabinet welcomed Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan’s intervention into the ongoing wage negotiations between Eskom and unions.
Former head of Deutsche Bank's Russia equity trading desk, allegedly engaged in "large-scale" market manipulation, using accounts that he opened in his relatives' names.
A former Barclay’s currency trader who was part of the “Cartel” chat room has sued the bank for unfair dismissal and whistle-blowing for his suspension amid a probe.
The Chamber of Mines says its court application on disputed black ownership rules will be delayed if a request to nullify SA’s mining laws is heard at the same time.
The Chamber of Mines hopes to resolve a disagreement over membership figures in a meeting with Amcu, a pivotal sticking point in wage talks.
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