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28 April 2018 6:45 AM Mall of Africa confident about future, despite online retail growth

South African consumers famously love malls and according to Dion Chang’s Flux Trends report, 1 950 of the 2 082 shopping centres in Africa are in the country. However, online competition is growing as evidenced by the high number of online shoppers accessing websites on #BlackFriday, which led to several of them crashing in 2016 and 2017 because of the high demand 71

27 April 2018 4:22 PM Ramaphosa admits national minimum wage is not a living wage

The national minimum wage is not a living wage, President Cyril Ramaphosa told crowds gathered at the Dr Rantlai Petrus Molemela Stadium in Bloemfontein for Freedom Day celebrations on Friday. “We have made important progress in improving the conditions of the working poor. “Parliament is currently finalising legislation so that we can implement a national 54

26 April 2018 8:02 AM Namibian mobile operator slashes data pricing after SA #DataMustFall protests

Inspired by South African data protests, Namibian mobile operator Paratus has cut its data prices by a massive 80%. The operator announced in a statement that it reduced the cost per gigabyte from N$85 (R85) to N$15 (R15). "According to statistics from Research ICT Solutions (2018), Namibia rates 29th out of 52 African countries with regards to the cheapest 59

24 April 2018 8:16 AM Teen killed in North West protests

Violent protests in Taung, North West, have claimed the life of a teenage boy, police said on Tuesday. Provincial police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Sabata Mokgwabone said the 16-year-old had died during protest action on Monday. Protests have gripped parts of the North West for the past two days. Mokgwabone said protesters had looted several shops 63

23 April 2018 3:33 PM Transcripts from Moerane Commission won't be made public yet

The Moerane Commission, which is looking into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal, says that transcripts from the commission have not been made public because key witnesses could be compromised. "The transcripts are still embargoed because there are a number of witnesses whose identities should not be revealed," commission chairperson Marumo Moerane 55

20 April 2018 2:46 PM Stop delaying tactics and pay back R11m, Solidarity demands of Molefe

Cape Town – Trade union Solidarity has upped the ante in its efforts to get former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to pay back R11m to the utility, in compliance with a recent high court ruling. The R11m relates to a R30m pension payout Molefe was given by Eskom. He lost an appeal bid at the South Gauteng High Court and was ordered to pay back the R11m he had already 71

14 April 2018 8:45 AM The top 3 industries competing for employees

Cape Town - Tech, real estate and manufacturing top the competitive list of industries vying for talent, according to the 2018 Compensation Best Practices Report by American company PayScale. The report defines competitive jobs as those that can be hard to fill because they are in high demand. Tough-to-fill jobs are defined as those that are open for six months 72

06 April 2018 12:28 PM Up to 2.7 million Europeans affected by Facebook data scandal: EU

Brussels -Facebook has admitted it may have "improperly shared" the personal data of up to 2.7 million people in the European Union, the bloc announced Friday, saying it would demand further answers from the social media giant. The EU wrote to Facebook last week to ask how many Europeans were affected by the growing scandal over the harvesting of personal 57

06 April 2018 7:54 AM Dominica's government announces vote for Morocco World Cup

A Dominica government minister says the country's soccer federation will vote for Morocco to host the 2026 World Cup instead of the rival bid from CONCACAF counterparts in North America. The announcement came from Dominica foreign minister Francine Baron after she met a Moroccan diplomat, not from the country's soccer federation. FIFA's statutes demand 128

04 April 2018 2:19 PM Bonang confirms Being Bonang is coming back for season 2

Cape Town - Local TV personality Bonang Matheba confirmed that her reality show Being Bonang will return for a second season in May. While speaking to the media at an exclusive event announcing Anatii as the new Courvoisier brand ambassador in Johannesburg on Wednesday, Bonang spoke about her upcoming projects for the year. "Season 2 of Being Bonang 34