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Eskom Spent R626 Million On Diesel In April

Eskom, the power utility, has revealed that it has already spent R626 million on diesel this month.This equates to approximately 48.5 million litres, according...
Godonwana Announces Petrol 'Holiday' For Two Months-SurgeZirc SA

Godonwana Announces Petrol ‘Holiday’ For Two Months

Motorists will be relieved to learn that the Minister of Finance Godonwana announced a two-month temporary reduction in the general petrol levy on Thursday...

Blue Train Service Suspended Till Further Notice

Transnet has reportedly suspended the luxury Blue Train's operations beginning Monday until further notice.Transnet stated that this was due to "unfortunate incidents."Transnet announced last...

Tshwane Indebted Businesses To Operate Without Electricity And Water

A number of businesses, state-owned enterprises, and government departments are now currently running in the dark after the City of Tshwane disconnected utilities such...

Eskom Promises A Power Cut Uninterrupted Sona

According to Eskom's Jan Oberholzer, while Sona was a significant event, the company's goal was to reduce the risk of power outages in general.Eskom...
Andre De Ruyter Cites Net Loss of R20.5 Billion As Eskom Drowns In Debt-SurgeZirc SA

‘We Had No Alternative’, Says Eskom CEO On Stage 2 Load...

According to Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter, if generation units return to service before Monday, they may suspend stage 2 load shedding.According to Eskom...
Petrol Hike, Here Is How Much It Will Cost To Fill Your BMW X3 In Gauteng - SurgeZirc SA

Petrol Hike, Here Is How Much It Will Cost To Fill...

Motorists will have to prepare for a petrol hike from today being Wednesday, 2 February, as a result of the latest fuel price increase,...

MTN Imposes Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination On Its Staff

The MTN Group announced on Monday that it will implement a mandatory vaccination policy for employees starting from January and that employees who refuse...
Areas In Johannesburg To Experience Water Outage - SurgeZirc SA

Upgrade Project To Be Finished By Midday – Rand Water

Following the recent 54-hour water outage in over eight municipal areas in Gauteng, Johannesburg, Rand Water says the upgrade project for adequate water supply...

Energy Crisis Set To Increase Petrol Price – Minister Mantashe

SurgeZirc SA reports that the recent energy/power crisis in South Africa will see an increase in petrol price from Wednesday. This is according to...

Free State Police Officers Lock Man In Dog Cage (Video)

A video of a man being transported inside a dog cage on the back of a police vehicle is being circulated as the latest...

Armed Gangs Loot South Africa Gold Smelters

For the past two years, armed gangs have been mounting brazen attacks at gold smelting facilities in South Africa, with Dubai, India and China...

SABC Suspends Retrenchment Process As Protests Loom

The SABC has suspended its plans to retrench hundreds of workers amid a week of tensions that saw unions threatening to strike.The public broadcaster...
Andre De Ruyter Cites Net Loss of R20.5 Billion As Eskom Drowns In Debt-SurgeZirc SA

Andre De Ruyter Cites Net Loss of R20.5 Billion As Eskom...

Eskom has made a net loss of R20.5-billion in the financial year which ended in March CEO Andre de Ruyter said poor sales were...

SAA Technical Meets Unions After Failing To Pay 50% Workers’ Salaries

South African Airways Technical (SAAT) on Sunday said it was in discussions with labour unions to resolve salary shortages at the aircraft maintenance company.The...
New SA Law To Block Foreign Nationals From Working In Certain Sectors-SurgeZirc SA

New SA Law To Block Foreign Nationals From Working In Certain...

Gauteng provincial government wants to block foreign nationals from operating some businesses in the townships as in of the plans to build up South...

After Offensive Hair Advert Chaos Unilever Will Work With Government

A decision was taken by Unilever after a meeting with EFF leader Julius Malema, and Clicks two weeks back. Unilever announced that it would...

KFC Ditches Its “Finger Lickin’ Good” Slogan Due To Coronavirus

It’s no longer ‘Finger-Lickin' Good’ at KFC. The fast-food chain has ditched its slogan for the first time in 64 years amid the coronavirus...

Cosatu Calls On Alcohol Ban To Be Lifted In Level 2

The African National Congress (ANC) Tripartite Alliance Congress of South African Trade Union (Cosatu), is calling on government to lift the alcohol ban in...

SAB Intends To Reverse Plans To Invest R2.5b Due To Alcohol...

South African Breweries (SAB) has decided not to invest R2.5 billion in its annual capital and infrastructure upgrade programme for 2020, due to ban...

R70BN IMF Loan Will Focus On Creating Jobs For All South...

National Treasury on Monday said that the multi-billion-rand loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would be used to forge a new economy and...

Alcohol Industry Won’t Take Government’s U-Turn On Alcohol Ban

The alcohol manufacturers and restaurateurs says they will not take government’s U-turn lying down or ban of alcohol for the second time.They said they...

SA’s Alcohol Industry Slams Ramaphosa For Reinstating The Alcohol Ban

The South African alcohol industry says it is disappointed with the decision to reinstate the prohibition of the sale of alcohol with immediate effect...
Eskom COO Accused Of Giving Jobs To His In-Laws

Eskom COO Accused Of Giving Jobs To His In-Laws

Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer is under the cosh once more this week after it was revealed that the business executive had actively sought-out positions...

Taxis To Load 100% Capacity, Long Distance Travel Starts On Monday

The South African National Taxi Association says all taxis will load at 100% capacity from Monday, June 29.The announcement was made in a livestream...
Edgars And Jet On Auction Block After 91 Years Of South African Trading

Edcon Serves 22,000 Employees With Retrenchment Notices

SA's biggest non-food retailer Edcon has served 22,000 of its employees with notices of retrenchments as it blames load-shedding and the initial 45-day hard...

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