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29 November 2018 8:22 PM Anglo CEO says investor confidence returns to South Africa

Anglo American [JSE:AGL] the company that grew to be South Africa’s biggest during apartheid, says it’s ready to invest in the country again. After years of legislative uncertainty, relations had soured to the point where Anglo’s chief executive officer wasn’t on speaking terms with the former mining minister after he made a critical speech. Things have improved 188

29 November 2018 2:33 PM SARS penalties for outstanding corporate tax returns to kick in soon

The SA Revenue Service (SARS) said on Thursday that it will soon impose administrative non-compliance penalties for outstanding corporate income tax (CIT) returns. Administrative non-compliance penalties will be imposed on companies that fail to submit an income tax return, as required under the Income Tax Act, for years of assessment ending during the 2009 and subsequent 178

27 November 2018 7:45 PM Prasa won't have to pay 'sorely needed' R58m to Siyaya

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) has been granted a rescission of a default judgment against it, which would otherwise have left the state-owned enterprise having to cough up R58m for services rendered. This is according to a statement issued by Prasa on Tuesday afternoon. A default judgement is a ruling granted in favour of one party 74

25 November 2018 4:28 AM US cable providers offering Mickelson-Woods refunds

Los Angeles - Several American cable companies have decided to issue refunds to customers after technical fiasco prevented many from watching the start of the Phil Mickelson-Tiger Woods pay-per-view match in Las Vegas. One of the first to announce the refund was Turner Broadcasting's Bleacher Report after some viewers were prevented from seeing the match 49

22 November 2018 12:23 PM Former Gupta linked company vies for TV licence at Icasa

Infinity Media, which previously had links to Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments, is one of four companies vying for a commercial free-to-air television licence, with its current owner Mzwanele Manyi saying they are ready to start broadcasting immediately. Manyi was making his submission before the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) 77

21 November 2018 3:30 PM S Sudan woos investors as peace deal revives oil industry

South Sudan said on Wednesday that the country's latest peace deal had helped revive its war-battered oil sector, with an increase of 20 000 barrels per day in the past two months. The country's warring parties in September signed a new peace deal to end five years of civil war that has killed an estimated 380 000 people and crippled the oil industry 81

21 November 2018 2:27 PM Eskom making strides in disciplinary, criminal cases as it moves to wipe out corruption

Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe says the power utility has made considerable progress in clearing up disciplinary and criminal cases against implicated officials from within, concluding 822 of the 1 049 disciplinary cases that commenced since April. Speaking to Parliament’s portfolio committee on public enterprises on Wednesday, Hadebe said 97 of these 822 finalised 74

21 November 2018 4:25 AM Companies urged to register cannabis trademarks as pot takes root

Global companies who plan to diversify or launch their cannabis products have been advised to identify their consumer base, create their brand and file a trademark ahead of the competition. "The opportunities to create new brands for cannabis-based products are endless, and so too should the requisite protection of intellectual property protection be in place 75

20 November 2018 8:26 AM Airbnb to remove Israeli settlement listings

Airbnb has said it will stop renting out homes in Jewish settlements of the West Bank, a move that drew sharp rebukes from Israeli officials on Monday. The San Francisco-based company said it would remove about 200 home and room rentals in the disputed region. Airbnb said that although US law allows for it to continue operating there, it made the controversial 84

20 November 2018 6:08 AM Airbnb to remove listings in West Bank settlements

Airbnb said on Monday it will remove from its rental listings settlement homes in the occupied West Bank, prompting Israel to threaten legal action against the US company. An evaluation by Airbnb "concluded that we should remove listings in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank that are at the core of the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians" 92