Business In The News South Africa

Boat operators charged for colluding on Robben Island tender

JOHANNESBURG, May 31 – Five vessel owners who ferry passengers between the Robben Island Museum and the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town were on Wednesday referred to the Competition Tribunal for prosecution on charges of price fixing and collusive tendering. The Competition Commission said it investigated after it received a complaint from the Robben Island […]

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Fake news: mainstream news has an orchestrated agenda, says Kunene

Weekly Xposé founder Kenny Kunene was on SAFM this morning with Sakina Kamwendo unpacking the concept of fake news in the South African media landscape, and did not mince his words that “there is an orchestrated campaign by mainstream media”. South African National Editors Forum (Sanef) chairperson Mahlatse Gallens said that Sanef has continued to say […]

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World Cup qualification high on the agenda– SAFA president Jordaan

JOHANNESBURG, May 31– SA Football Association president Danny Jordaan says qualifying for big tournaments will be among the chief concerns for national teams over the next season. First up, Bafana Bafana play Nigeria away in an Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier on June 10. Recently-appointed Bafana coach Stuart Baxter will have to ready his […]

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Police must arrest taxi protesters for blocking Durban roads – MEC

JOHANNESBURG, May 31– KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison Mxolisi Kaunda on Wednesday called on the province’s Traffic Police and Ethekwini Metro Police “to arrest all persons and vehicles that are part of an illegal blockage” on the N2 and N3 freeways. “I have instructed the integrated law enforcement team to arrest persons […]