In City Press Business: Minister acts on small business council; How to retire with a million; Electric vehicles to take off in SA?

City Press Business, September 29
City Press Business, September 29

What you can expect in the City Press Business section this week

Minister finally acts on small business council

After a five year term, Lindiwe Zulu failed to implement a small business council.

The new minister, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni is moving full steam ahead and hopes to have it up and running by November 1.

Overhaul Nedlac

Nedlac’s annual summit descended into a blame game with constituents lambasting the organisations failure to handle working class issues and set and implement policies.

All want the body overhauled.

Electric vehicles are the future

The global climate crisis is pushing car manufacturers to dump the combustion engine and move to electric.

Why is South Africa so slow off the mark and why are electric cars taxed like as if they were a luxury?

Also, Hala Motors wants to be the first Africa manufacturer of electric taxis in South Africa

Old Mutual vs Trevor Moyo - How it all began

The chill winds still blow through the corridors of Old Mutual, as the stand off between axed CEO Trevor Moyo and the board drags on. Want to know where it all started. Read the full timeline of events.

How to retire with a million

If you don’t have a retirement plan and want to get to R1 million, read personal finance on how long it will take you to save that amount. Don’t delay, time is short.

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