South Africa has largely adapted to stage 2 load shedding, say economists at the Bureau for Economic Research (BER), but beyond these levels, households, businesses, and the economy at large simply cannot cope.
In the new world of work, there’s a new type of employee: The business-leisure traveler.
Data published by market intelligence firm Lightstone shows that business parks and secondary CBDs lead the recovery post-Covid-19, followed by industrial nodes, then primary CBDs and mixed residential.
It has been a week since the South African minister of health repealed regulations pertaining to, among other things, the wearing of face masks, notes legal firm Bowmans, South Africa.
The Road Traffic Management Corporation and Arrive Alive have warned motorists travelling on the N3 national highway to expect increased volumes due to holiday traffic and ongoing construction, with police presence to be ramped up in response.
Power outages in South Africa have caught rand bulls off guard, with at least three long-rand trades hitting stop-loss levels within a week as the rand tumbled to a 20-month low.
Eskom has confirmed that stage 6 load shedding will be implemented from 16h00 until 22h00 on Wednesday evening, with power outages set to continue for the rest of the week.
Boutique café group Tashas, has announced plans to significantly expand its operations in Dubai and launch in the UK.
Although the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has issued several press statements around tax filing season starting on 1 July 2022, it has taken a few proactive steps that mean the filing window is already effectively open, says specialist firm…
A culmination of factors, including violent intimidation, is responsible for South Africa seeing some of its worst load shedding on record, says public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan.