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New BMW X3 to be made in SA

The new X3 is set to launch in SA towards the end of 2017, with three all-wheel drive versions.

Taxi Industry: we're the victims here

The taxi industry in SA says that it is tired of being exploited by affiliated sectors and has embarked on industrial action to show their disatisfaction.

Taxi industry feels betrayed by civil society

Santaco says it is disappointed by the lack of support it has received from civil society with regards to the industrial action it has embarked on.

China to occupy 39 percent of global 5G market by 2025

Experts believe that China will account for 39 percent of the global 5G market by 2025, which will make it the largest market for this product in the world.

Petrol price to drop by 69 cents next week

The Automobile Association (AA) of South Africa is confident that the petrol price will drop by as much as 69 cents to the litre next month.

Vaal Mall records double-digit growth after revamp

The Vaal Mall reports that it has recorded double-digit growth, following the addition of new tenants who cater for a broader variety of tastes.

Public Protector's remedial action to cost the country billions - SARB warns

The Reserve Bank warned that the public protector's remedial action recommendation will cost the country billions if carried out.

Chamber applies for urgent interdict against Mining Charter

The Chamber of Mines has applied for an urgent interdict at the Gauteng High Court, following a failure of the Mineral Resources Department (DMR) to review the implementation of its Mining Charter.

Property experts say Knysna will bounce back

Knysna Principal of Pam Golding Properties, Ling Dobson, said the process of picking up the pieces, following the fire that ripped through that region earlier this year, was now well underway.

CoAl acquisition of PAR Coal to be completed on June 30

Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) said the acquisition of Pan African Resources (PAR Coal) would be completed on June 30, following the fulfillment of all the conditions precedent to the acquisition of those shares.

Myeni's job on the line

Dudu Myeni may lose her position as chairperson of the SAA board, when she appears before the standing committee on finance in Parliament on Tuesday.
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