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Facebook data breach: Zuckerberg responds with apology

Facebook founder and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg has finally responded to the scandal engulfing his billion-dollar company - with an apology.

Moyane comes out swinging, like a rusty gate

Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) said the suspension of Commissioner Tom Moyane presented a great opportunity for the South African Revenue Service (SARS) to restore its public image and strengthen the country's capacity to deliver on its mandate.

Facebook shares slide as Cambridge Analytica fallout spreads

Social media giant Facebook has seen its shares plunge two percent over the last two days as the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica data breach continues.

FNB says Connect subscribers can now save up to 30 percent

First National Bank (FNB) said its Connect subscribers will save as much as 30 percent on a once off data bundle purchase for prepaid, postpaid top-up and flexi top-up packages.

Uber 'banned' in Egypt

A court reportedly accepted a petition requesting the Egyptian government to stop issuing licenses to Uber and Careem in the country on Tuesday, the report says.

Carrim: Lessons must be learnt from SARS experience under Moyane

Chairman of the Finance Committee, Yunus Carrim, said the decision to suspend SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane could not have been avoided, given the circumstances that the collector of revenue found itself in.

Kingon takes over at SARS, following Moyane suspension

Mark Kingon has been appointed at the Acting Commissioner at the South African Revenue Service (SARS), following the suspension of Tom Moyane this week.

Chamber of Mines: Mantashe is a man we can work with

The Chamber of Mines admits that the first round of negotiations, hosted by the Department of Mineral Resources, on the Mining Charter were robust.

Mining Charter: Uncle Gweezy already missing a trick

Executive Director of the Bench Marks Foundation, John Capel, said the single biggest problem with the drafting of the Mining Charter has been the exclusion of community representatives from the initial discussions.

OPINION: Classism in South Africa

As much as we hate to admit it Classism is still very much alive and well in South Africa, particularly within our retail sector.

Top Ukhozi FM presenter builds a shed, contributes to war on cancer

Ukhozi FM presenter, Nongcebo Mckenzie, will headline the 'She Sheds' feature at Decorex Durban, which starts on Wednesday.
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