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Ascendis is considering taking the firm private after it completes recapitalisation

Market fears on Fed tapering could be overshadowed by major geopolitical issues

#ICYMI: We owe it to our children to bridge the digital divide

AirBnB has a plan to empower local tourism entrepreneurs

#ICYMI: These are the countries with the highest valued unicorn businesses

Promising future for the SA travel and hospitality sector – The worst is over

Loss of hope and confidence in the ANC government

#ICYMI: In just 18 months, cryptocurrency, Solana becomes world's 6th biggest cryptocurrency. #sponsored 

#ICYMI: A guide on how to run your store effectively online

#ICYMI: We owe it to our children to bridge the digital divide

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President Cyril Ramaphosa's 5-year plan to raise R1.2 trillion investment was dealt a blow this week after South African Breweries pulled the plug on yet another multi-billion rand capital investment.

93% of smokers are buying illicit cigarettes in SA, government loses out on billions #CigaretteBan  #Covid19InSA  #Covid19  #CoronaVirusSA 

Sasol Crash: Government, PIC loses about R200bn in one week Sasol’s share price has steadily declined due to cost overruns and operational problems at its R200 billion Lake Charles chemicals project in the US.

OPINION: We still face many challenges, but South Africans must come first By Neil de Beer

The rand is driven by global events and risk sentiment within the global financial markets, not by events within our borders, writes Bianca Botes.

SAA, you’ve finally done it. Sixteen months after last paying us and 26 years since hiring me, you’ve pulled the plug and retrenched us all. A sad day indeed.

Shoprite thanks frontline workers with R102 million pay bonus

Consumers used voice calls to ‘stay in touch’ during lockdown: FNB Connect

A 6.2-magnitude earthquake off the coast of southern Africa had some Cape Town residents worried on Saturday night. Read More:

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