The Public Servants Association (PSA) has rejected government's 2% wage hike proposal. The union is seeking an above-inflation increase of 10% and says if the request is not met, members will embark on strike action. Business Day TV spoke to Reuben Maleka, GM of the Public Servants Association for more detail on the union’s stance.
13 Jul 2022 12PM
Business · Business News
China remains South Africa's largest global trading partner. The East Asian nation in the meantime seeks to deepen business ties with South African businesses moving forward. Business Day TV spoke to Gay Mokoena, SG of the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce for more on this prospect.
South Africa's R59 billion poultry industry is currently facing its worst bird flu outbreak which has already led to an egg shortage in Gauteng. Business Day TV spoke to Abongile Balarane, CEO of the Egg Organisation at the SA Poultry Association for more insight on the potential economic impact of…
A proposed draft Bill to amend the Road Accident Fund is causing ripples in the medical insurance sector. Industry experts are concerned about potential hikes in medical aid premiums as insurers rush to address gaps in fund coverage. Business Day TV caught up with Companies & Markets Editor for Business…
The South African Reserve Bank has kept the repo rate unchanged at 8.25% for a second meeting running, but it says renewed risks to inflation remain a concern. Business Day TV discussed the decision with Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist at Efficient Group.
Discovery has resumed annual dividend payouts following solid profit growth. South Africa's largest private health insurer is rewarding shareholders with a dividend of 110 cents, which marks its first payout since the Covid-19 pandemic took hold. Business Day TV unpacked the performance with Discovery CEO Adrian Gore.