JOHANNESBURG – The Western Cape government has apportioned around R70 million for six districts to move off Eskom lattice.Eskom said on Tuesday that heap shedding would be decreased to organize one from Wednesday morning and reached out until Saturday as the public force framework remained seriously obliged.
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'Indications of gradual advancement in SA in spite of unite, power outages, antibody postponements' Nobody alive today has seen anything like the purge that we're seeing in worldwide economies. Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show have Source: 'Signs of incremental progress in SA despite graft, blackouts, vaccine delays' (msn.com) The change created by the worldwide Covid-instigated downturn has been contrasted with the Great Depression of the 30s and the consequence of World War II. Just before President
Multi-mllionaire politician and President of ActionSA party, Herman Mashaba has stated equivocally regarding his wealth that he enjoys making money and that he is an unapologetic capitalist. The former mayor of Johannesburg stated this in an interview with 702 radio anchor- Bruce Whitfield Monday 12th October 2020. “I’m an unapologetic capitalist. I enjoy making money,” Mashaba boasted. However, making money has not always been his thing. Mashaba confirmed that he was born in abject poverty growing up
Bruce Whitfield interviews Dewald van Rensburg, insightful writer at the amaBhungane Center for Investigative Journalism. The disrespected previous Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of VBS Mutual Bank has consented to affirm against his individual blamed in the plundering for more than R2 billion from the bank. Phillip Truter was condemned to ten years' detainment in the Specialized Commercial Crimes Court sitting in Palm Ridge after he conceded to charges including defilement, extortion, illegal tax avoidance,
The most controversial bill to hit the headlines last year was without a doubt the land expropriation bill, which would amend section 25 of the Constitution, dubbed the property clause. In November, the draft bill hit a bit of a legal snafu when Department of Trade and Industry officials pointed out that expropriating land owned by foreign nationals could contravene existing bilateral investment treaties, which could result in South Africa being denied access to key overseas markets. While we haven’t heard