White owned businesses to struggle with compliance regarding tenders. AfriBusiness launched application against the Minister of Finance to request..
PPPFA regulations: AfriBusiness launches application for review
afrisake.co.za It is next to impossible for white owned businesses to comply with all of the said regulations and obtain tenders from the state.
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So one department warns against reckless handovers and land grabs, but the other seeks greater expropriation powers for the state – even when..
Land transformation madness - OPINION | Politicsweb
politicsweb.co.za If anybody out there is wondering what "real economic transformation" as applied to land might mean, they could study three pieces of legislation currently being processed. One provides for the imposition of ceilings on the sizes of farms, the second for the new valuer general to determine their val...
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All of this can be traced back to one single thought: that these endeavours and ownership of assets exist primarily, and perhaps even singularly,..
Grabbing land in la-la land
moneyweb.co.za A groundswell of clearheaded action to counter populist hysteria in the land issue.
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“We cannot allow the current government to continue with its discrimination against citizens based on the colour of their skin. Government..
AfriBusiness calls for abolishment of racially discriminatory procurement legislation
engineeringnews.co.za AfriBusiness has launched an application against Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba to request the court to set the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) regulations aside and declare it invalid. The business watchdog said on Wednesday that the PPPFA restrictions placed upon businesses,…
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We stay prepared for a bumpy ride, says economist. Ross Drakes, incoming president of the Entrepreneurs’ Organisation (EO) for Johannesburg..
LIVE: Interest rates expected to stay unchanged
fin24.com SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago is set to announce the latest repurchase rate update, with most analysts predicting he will leave it unchanged at 7%.
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