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July 17, 2018

HOW MUCH ARE SA’S NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES PAYING FOR PETROL?

The recent hike came after midnight when petrol and diesel respectively increased by 23 cents a litre, hiking the price to R16.02  for petrol inland, R15.43 coastal and R14.44 for the 50ppm diesel – the highest prices in South African history.

Most South Africans do not understand why they are paying more for fuel than their neighbours when said neighbours get their fuel supply from our country.

GlobalPetrolPrices.com explains the process on how you end up paying for fuel and the various price differences.

The average price of fuel around the world is R16 per liter.

As a general rule, more affluent countries have higher prices while poorer countries [...]

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July 9, 2018

HOW TO BEST RESOLVE BUSINESS DISPUTES

One of the most difficult situations a business owner or shareholder can face in these tough economic times is a company dispute.

When a company is involved in a court case, its productivity can be disrupted significantly. In addition, there is the anxiety associated with the thought of court litigation and financial and reputational risks.

It also means managers will spend substantial amounts of time dealing with lawyers, the media and other litigation-related issues. The cost of productive time lost in this way is largely hidden, but it takes management’s attention away from core business issues.

Businesses need quick, efficient, affordable and predictable ways [...]

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July 5, 2018

WHO GETS THE LAND?

The first day of public hearings on whether or not land should be expropriated without compensation, has yielded mixed reactions from those who came to make submissions.

The hearings kicked off in the Northern Cape town of Springbok on Tuesday and will also start in Limpopo on Wednesday.

Parliament’s Joint Constitutional Review Committee has been tasked to determine whether or not Section 25 of the Constitution should be amended.

According to Section 25 of the Constitution, property may be expropriated for a public purpose or in the public interest.

It also states that subject to compensation, the amount, time it takes and manner of payment, should [...]

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July 4, 2018

SPECIAL WEF FORUM FOCUSES ON FIXING SA

The World Economic Forum (WEF), the international organisation that brings together the globe’s most influential business and political leaders at Davos each year, held an extraordinary forum in Johannesburg last week to discuss reconstruction in the post-Zuma era.

Chaired by Klaus Schwab, “the father of multi-lateral stakeholder engagement”, it brought together 60 global and South African business leaders, 23 cabinet ministers, top government officials and academics to discuss action in 10 areas of the economy ranging from innovation to regional integration and growth and job creation.

The election of Cyril Ramaphosa in February has clear parallels for [...]

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