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POLITICS

Good news for all workers as of 1 October

The government will distribute the recently supported draft Companies, Amendment Bill, for public remark on Friday 1 October. The Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (DTIC) say the redrafted 2021 variant contains huge revisions. The draft bill underlines straightforwardness about the compensation contrasts between an organization's most minimal and most generously compensated workers.

  10 months ago ago
Good news for all workers as of 1 October

ECONOMY-FINANCE

900 Black Industrialists Are Supported With R55B| President Ramaphosa Alleged Support For Black SANs

President Cyril Ramaphosa allegedly stated that his government has supported 900 black Industrialists in South Africa with R55 million. A renowned News outlet known as News24 in it Twitter handle @News24 revealed this information when it says that "President Cyril Ramaphosa says while black-owned businesses have received support amounting to some R55 billion over past 11 years , black businesses remained sidelined and transformation efforts must be ramped up".

  21 days ago ago
900 Black Industrialists Are Supported With R55B| President Ramaphosa Alleged Support For Black SANs

POLITICS

New law to force companies to reveal wage gap between highest- and lowest-paid

The public authority will circulate the as of late upheld draft Companies, Amendment Bill, for public comment on Friday 1 October. The Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (DTIC) says the redrafted 2021 variation contains tremendous corrections. The draft charge underlines straightforwardness about the pay contrasts between an association's generally negligible and most liberally remunerated laborers.

  10 months ago ago
New law to force companies to reveal wage gap between highest- and lowest-paid

ECONOMY-FINANCE

JUST IN: Good news For Business Owners Living In Gauteng And KwaZulu-Natal.

According to the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition, a nearly R4 billion government-backed fund has been established to assist businesses damaged by civil upheaval in July. The R3.7 billion fund is a collaboration between a group of state-owned financial agencies, including the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and the National Empowerment Fund, and is part of an R38 billion rescue package launched last month (NEF).

  1 year ago ago
JUST IN: Good news For Business Owners Living In Gauteng And KwaZulu-Natal.

POLITICS

5 major news in South Africa this morning

1. health minister Zweli Mkhize discussions about establishing a 'no-fault compensation fund' were under way SA is considering a “no-fault compensation fund” and the introduction of Covid-19 vaccine passports, health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize said on Thursday.

  1 year ago ago
5 major news in South Africa this morning

BUSINESS

Calls multiply to lift the ban on the sale of alcohol during lockdown level 3

Liquor associations claim that the illicit trade in alcohol has increased exponentially due to the ban on alcohol retail. South African Liquor Brand Owners Association (SALBA), Beer Association of South Africa (BASA) and VinPro, industry associations, have called on the government to reopen urgently the manufacturing, distribution, and sale of alcohol during level 3 of lockdown. The liquors association in SA have submitted various proposals to the Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition. The proposa

  2 years ago ago
Calls multiply to lift the ban on the sale of alcohol during lockdown level 3

COVID

Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition Mr. Ebrahim Patel - tests positive for coronavirus

Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition - Mr. Ebrahim Patel had tested positive for Coronavirus when his results came back on Saturday. He is one of the recent positive cases amongst the South African Cabinet members. It is also noted that Mr. Ebrahim Patel has since taken two COVID-19 tests since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus. While his first test was negative and he had carried on with his normal work - he later discovered symptoms associated with the coronavirus when he was urged to get tested

  2 years ago ago
Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition Mr. Ebrahim Patel - tests positive for coronavirus

HEALTH

These Are The Only Fashion Brands Government Want You To Buy For Coronavirus Level 4

Department of Trade, Industry has issued a list of winter clothing, footwear, and bedding retail store are allowed to sell during level 4 of the lockdown. On Wednesday, Minister Ebrahim Patel's office issued a press statement with the ​following​ list of winter clothing, footwear,​ ​home textiles​,​ children’s wear, ​​​ ​school wear​,​ school shoes; maternity wear​, adult underwear; a range of adult footwear categories,​slippers, sneakers​ ​jackets​, ​adult accessories

  2 years ago ago
These Are The Only Fashion Brands Government Want You To Buy For Coronavirus Level 4

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Good news for all workers as of 1 October (see below)

The public authority will disperse the as of late upheld draft Companies, Amendment Bill, for public comment on Friday 1 October. The Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (DTIC) say the redrafted 2021 variation contains colossal amendments. The draft charge underlines straightforwardness about the remuneration contrasts between an association's generally insignificant and most liberally repaid laborers.

  10 months ago ago
Good news for all workers as of 1 October (see below)

ECONOMY-FINANCE

TOP NEWS: The Government Is Willing To Fund R4Billion For Businesses Affected By Looting.

According to the Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition, a nearly R4 billion government-funded fund has been established to assist businesses affected by civil disturbances in July. The R3.75 billion fund is a partnership of a group of state-owned financial agencies, including the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and the National Empowerment Fund, and is part of an R38 billion rescue package launched last month (NEF).

  1 year ago ago
TOP NEWS: The Government Is Willing To Fund R4Billion For Businesses Affected By Looting.

POLITICS

Good news for all workers as of 1 October.

The government will distribute the recently supported draft Companies, Amendment Bill, for public remark on Friday 1 October. The Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (DTIC) say the redrafted 2021 form contains huge alterations. The draft bill stresses straightforwardness about the compensation contrasts between an organization's most minimal and most generously compensated workers.

  10 months ago ago
Good news for all workers as of 1 October.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Good news for some business entities in South Africa following a great initiative that was done

The Covid-19 pandemic came with a lot of devastation in South Africa just like the rest of the globe .Businesses have suffered a heavy blow as a result of the lockdown regulations which forced some businesses not to operate.

  1 year ago ago
Good news for some business entities in South Africa following a great initiative that was done

ECONOMY-FINANCE

OPINION | All South Africans Workers Should Be Happy As From Tomorrow For This Good News By Cyril

The Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (DTIC) say the redrafted 2021 variation contains tremendous updates. The public authority will disperse the as of late upheld draft Companies, Amendment Bill, for public comment on Friday 1 October. The draft charge underlines straightforwardness about the remuneration contrasts between an association's generally insignificant and most liberally repaid laborers.

  10 months ago ago
OPINION | All South Africans Workers Should Be Happy As From Tomorrow For This Good News By Cyril

CAREER-JOBS

Accounts manager in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency

An administration office's records chief is entangled in disciplinary activity over supposed misrepresentation including R4.5m. The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS), which reports to the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition, has additionally detailed the chief to the police and the business wrongdoings unit is exploring.

  8 months ago ago
Accounts manager in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency

POLITICS

While Parliament is officially in recess, MPs continue to process the Draft

CAPE TOWN - While Parliament is formally in break, MPs keep on preparing the Draft Second Special Appropriations Bill. The bill proposes dire extra financing of R32.8 billion to manage the COVID-19 pandemic and the result of the July revolts in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal. This incorporates R26.7 billion for the Department of Social Development to take care of the expense of the expansion of the R350 every month social alleviation of misery award and help for the South African Social Security Agency to work on its frameworks.

  11 months ago ago
While Parliament is officially in recess, MPs continue to process the Draft

AUTO

South Africa Paves Way to Establish New Electric Vehicle Policy

The World is changing and almost every day we hear of new developments and advancement when it comes to technology, however, the news about electronic vehicles it's not something new as this has been something that has been ongoing for a number of years now.Some may say South Africa should have introduced electronic vehicles long before they became famous from the first world countries.

  1 year ago ago
South Africa Paves Way to Establish New Electric Vehicle Policy

CAREER-JOBS

Bad news; Accounts manager in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency

An administration organization's records chief is entangled in disciplinary movement over supposed misrepresentation in regards to R4.5m. The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS), which reports to the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition, has additionally expressed the director to the police and the modern wrongdoings unit is exploring.

  8 months ago ago
Bad news; Accounts manager in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency

COVID

Move to increase South African produced clothing after industry devastated by Covid-19

A plan that was formulated last year for the clothing,textile,footwear and leather industry is being discussed further to ensure that the commitment to increase the proportion of domestic produced fashion sold in retail stores from 44% to 65% by 2030 is achieved. The Department of Trade,Industry and Competition,the Executive Oversight Committee and the executives of major apparel and textile retailers recently discussed their master plan for the sector since the Covid-19 crisis had introduced many setbacks.

  1 year ago ago
Move to increase South African produced clothing after industry devastated by Covid-19

SOCIETY

Sad news -another official in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency

Accounts manager in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency (msn.com) A government employer's debts supervisor is embroiled in disciplinary motion over alleged fraud regarding R4.5m. The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS), which reports to the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition, has also pronounced the manager to the police and the commercial crimes unit is investigating.

  8 months ago ago
Sad news -another official  in hot water over R4.5m missing from government agency

ECONOMY-FINANCE

DTIC launches association to bolster water and power meter sectors

JOHANNESBURG – The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) has set up the South African Metering Industry Association to help nearby producers in the power and water metering areas. The office said the affiliation would help work creation and fortify the consistence and support of the metering area in the South African economy.

  11 months ago ago
DTIC launches association to bolster water and power meter sectors