More Starbucks outlets to come to KZN

Taste Holdings is planning to expand its Starbucks brand over the next 18 months to enable its food division to break even.
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Mmaloko Kubayi has instructed her department to appeal a high court ruling limiting her powers with regard to the SABC board members and executives.
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South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (SATAWU) on Tuesday tabled its salary increase demands at the Transnet Bargaining Forum.
Eskom has implemented supply interruptions in Mpumalanga because the municipality owed more than R400 million to the power utility.
Former Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona is currently testifying at Parliament's state capture hearing.
Minister Malusi Gigaba said that many investors were interested in taking an equity stake in SAA, after the government appointed new board members.
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It is the high time economists, the high priests of social sciences, became bolder and looked at some overlooked issues that seem to defy the graphs and equations popular with them and which put off m
African Equity Empowerment Investments Limited has reported strong year-end performance, with 111% increase in operating profit.
Africa's mobile internet connections are set to double in the next five years, a study showed yesterday.
East African Portland Cement has recoded Sh1.4 billion loss for year ended June 30.
President Jacob Zuma’s birthday parties in 2015 and 2016 were reportedly sponsored by embattled facilities management group, Bosasa.
Volatility has hit Zimbabwean financial markets leading to a spike in bitcoin prices and a surge in the US dollar/bond note parallel exchange rate.
Ten years ago Kenya was on the cusp of a digital revolution.
Commissioner denies claims the Kenya Defence Forces is involved in operation to flush out herders.
?We had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to heaven, we were all going direct the other way,? wrote Charles Dickens in his masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) last week issued new guidelines regarding outpatient health cover for its more than 6.5 million members
The Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) lost Sh20 billion paper value yesterday as it struggled to shrug off the cloud of political uncertainty that has hung on the market for the most part of this year
Eskom allegedly paid millions of rands to a sub-contractor at its Kusile power station in Mpumalanga despite not having a contract with the company.
Eskom allegedly paid millions of rands to a sub-contractor at its Kusile power station in Mpumalanga despite not having a contract with the company.
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