2017-08-16 16:44:50.0
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Fleecing of security staff continues

Many employers in the security service industry are defiant and have no regard for the law as they continue to debit monies from employees for pension and provident funds with no intention to pay it to administrators.
South African Airways (SAA). Picture credits: Gallo Images

SAA's small business procurement policy 'illegal'

SAA’s procurement policy‚ which sets aside 30% for small businesses‚ is illegal and will expose the airline to legal action by suppliers‚ including Bidair Services‚ according to a legal opinion obtained by the national carrier.

Moody's on what could trigger another downgrade

While Moody’s did not publish a ratings decision on South Africa last week as scheduled‚ the credit rating agency has warned of the possible issues that could lead to another downgrade.

What to do with pension benefits

Retirement security is a top financial concern for all employees, and the average employee in SA currently does not have enough savings to prepare them for retirement.

Teen mom refused to give up on life

Though it is a regrettable thing for a young woman to experience, Nthabiseng Motsepe has shown that falling pregnant when you are still a teenager is not the end of the world.

Taxman coming after expats in UAE‚ elsewhere - despite 8000 Facebook objections

South Africans working abroad have expressed strong objections to a proposal by Treasury that they be taxed on their foreign earnings in South Africa if they are not tax resident in another country.

Misbehave and lose pension money

As much as employees have the benefit of employers making contributions towards their pension funds, employers also have a right to be compensated under certain circumstances from these benefits.

Lonmin boss wants Marikana to inspire change

Lonmin CEO Ben Magara hopes the Marikana massacre can be a catalyst for positive change.

Businessman Robert Gumede endorses David Mabuza to lead the ANC

Businessman Robert Gumede has apparently endorsed Mpumalanga premier and ANC provincial chairman David Mabuza to lead the ANC.
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