Liberty 1st half earnings up 43%, eyes Ghana and Nigeria
Liberty Holdings, Africa’s third-largest life insurer by market value, posted an expected 43 percent rise in first-half earnings on Thursday (02/08/2012) and said it was looking for expansion opportunities in the western part of the continent.
Bay estate agents hail clean-up bid
ESTATE agents in Nelson Mandela Bay have welcomed Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale’s decision to clean up their regulatory body, saying the move is long overdue.
Estate body dissolved by Sexwale
THE embattled Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB) has been placed under administration, Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale said yesterday.
PIC against Avusa buyout
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has decided not to support the buyout of Avusa by the Times Media Group, it was reported on Tuesday (31/07/2012).
Let medical schemes bargain with doctors: Motsoaledi
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has called for the reversal of a competition ruling and allow medical schemes to negotiate prices with service providers, in a bid to lower health care costs, the Star newspaper reported Tuesday (31/07/2012).
Lucrative slots licence awarded
AN Eastern Cape black-owned gaming operations company has been awarded a licence to operate 1000 slots at various sites across the province, with roll-out expected within the next two months.
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