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Draft liquor laws not being properly thought out

There are lots of reasons to believe that the new liquor laws have not been properly thought out and that there will be lots of unintended consequences. Here’s one: The draft says…

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Loosening of labour legislation would make more jobs possible

THE Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin Gordhan, was quite right when he said the loosening of labour legislation would make it possible to create more jobs,” says the Cape Chamber of Commerce.

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Nersa

Cape Chamber Objects to Proposed Increase by Municipalities

THE dispute between the National Energy Regulator (NERSA) and many of the country’s leading municipalities will come to a head on June 3 at a public hearing where the increases will be…

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Transport

Chamber Concerned About New Public Transport Service

The Cape Chamber of Commerce has written to the City Council to express its concern at the model chosen by the City to run a new public transport service as well as…

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Copper

Chamber Lobbying Succeeds

Chamber members will have been pleased to see that the problem of copper theft from Transnet, Eskom and Telkom is at last being taken seriously by the Government. This follows years of…

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