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Public Enterprises minister wades in to Denel/auditor dispute

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has waded into the middle of a dispute between Denel and its auditor as a result of its annual financial statements.

KPMG loses Nelson Mandela Bay metro contract

Auditing firm KPMG will have its contract with the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality terminated, the metro said.

Price of eggs to increase as bird flu impacts on supply

Consumers are advised to be aware of an increase in the price of eggs, as a consequence of the ongoing bird flu outbreak.

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma denies Gupta family links

African National Congress presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has denied reports that have linked her to the controversial Gupta family.

#EskomInquiry: pension and provident fund rules interrogated

Day three of the Eskom inquiry saw the pension and provident fund rules come under the spotlight.

SA property sector navigates choppy waters

The SA REIT Conference will bring together the most influential figures in the local and global property sector.

Durban's King Shaka the best Airport in Africa

Durban's King Shaka International Airport secured first place in the Best Airport by Region category at the 27th ACI Airports Service Quality Awards.

#GuptaLeaks fallout widens with international agencies launching probes

Fallout from the #GuptaLeaks saga continues, with international bodies, such as the FBI and UK's FCA announcing that they have launched investigations.

DJ Euphonik mixes it up with top property investors

DJ Euphonik - also a successful property investor - will share some of his secrets at the Property Buyer Show, to be held at the Sandton Convention Centre next week.

Whatsapp introduces live location sharing feature

Whatsapp will be launching a brand new feature that will allow users to track their friends in real time.

Future of African energy looks bright

Many are looking forward to seeing how South Africa and Nigeria adapt to the current economic climate, after exiting recession.
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