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Native Nosi: black-owned honey farming business

Native Nkosi is a 100 per cent black-owned company which sells raw honey harvested from its own bee hives as well as those owned by small farmers.
Outcry as Manzolwandle plans to start coal mine near Kruger

Outcry as Manzolwandle plans to start coal mine near Kruger

A plan by a mining company called 'Manzolwandle Investments' to mine coal next to the Kruger National Park is not making people comfortable.
Fred Arendse cries Australian sabotage in failed Lily Mine deal

Fred Arendse cries Australian sabotage in failed Lily Mine deal

Emerging mining business leader Fred Arendse is crying foul at his failed attempts to own the embattled Lily gold mine in Barberton. 

Reserve Bank alleges Busi Mkhwebane colluded with Presidency

The Bank says Busisiwe Mkhwebane's meeting with the Presidency two weeks before she released her report into Apartheid Absa bail-out is suspicious.
GS College gets a Samsung academy

GS College gets a Samsung academy

Those who graduate from this Samsung Academy will get a chance to work at any Samsung service centre worldwide or start their own business.
Vodacom probed for 'exclusive' Treasury tender

Vodacom probed for ‘exclusive’ Treasury tender

The Competition Commission says 20 government departments are the subject of its investigations into the Vodacom contract.
Mabuza condemns colluding banks

Mabuza condemns corrupt banks

Competition Commission Findings - The Premier Mabuza has spoken for the first time against corrupt banks in South Africa.
Future of Nkomati Mine hangs in the balance

Future of Nkomati Mine hangs in the balance

The future of Patrice Motsepe's Nkomati Mine in Mpumalanga hangs in a veil of uncertainty as it continues to be unprofitable.

JCI mine-workers put more demands

Workers belonging to the JCI mining group between Badplaas and Machardodorp in Mpumalanga have chosen to go to war than accept what they say...
Mario Morfou says he regrets selling Mpumalanga Black Aces

Mario Morfou says he regrets selling Mpumalanga Black Aces

South African football club operator Mario Morfou has said that he regrets a 2016 decision he took with his brother George to sell Mpumalanga Black Aces.

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