A round-up of news updates, including a look at why business wants the UIF placed under administration.
How teacher shortages can be addressed as the world marks World Teacher Day and Parliament’s ethics committee accused of protecting some MPs.
5 Oct 2023 6AM
Business News · Politics
‘When you're associating with an individual person, brands and companies need to consider the fact that these individual people have various different changing personalities, and their public interest may improve or decline over time, and it's important to be able to mitigate those risks,’ says Danilo Acquisto, senior digital influencer…
A summary of news updates delving into the persistent rise in SA's unemployment rate. We examine recent guidelines in the influencer marketing sector and why the government should prioritise children in social spending.
‘It begs the question as to whether or not the statistics of around 94% of them being concluded, does it include those that are not being traced, that are not traceable, that disappear off the system,’ says Bulelwa Mabasa, head of land reform at Werksmans.
A round-up of news updates, including a look at whether the Hawks are making inroads in investigating commercial crimes. A look at whether SA’s land restitution programme is starting to bear fruit and calls for a wealth tax to solve some of the country’s social challenges.
‘Government, even in an election year, can make the point to say, well, we are in a tight corner, we don't want to cut back on expenses, the economy's not really growing yet as much as we would like it to grow, so to generate additional revenue, we are considering…