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South African President Jacob Zuma said he’s unconcerned about being booed in front of global leaders at a memorial event for Nelson Mandela last month as the ruling African National Congress prepares for an election win.  To read the full story click here: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/zuma-unconcerned-by-jeering-1.1630956#.UtPY0KJN-lg

South African President Jacob Zuma said he’s unconcerned about being booed in front of global leaders at a memorial event for Nelson Mandela last month as the ruling African National Congress prepares for an election win. To read the full story click here: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/zuma-unconcerned-by-jeering-1.1630956#.UtPY0KJN-lg

Cyril Ramaphosa will become South Africa’s deputy president and will be tasked with managing Africa’s biggest economy and putting a 20-year government plan into action following May 7 elections, according to two people familiar with the plans of South Africa’s ruling party.  Click here for the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/zuma-to-choose-ramaphosa-as-deputy-1.1660620#.UyFtzx3wClg

Cyril Ramaphosa will become South Africa’s deputy president and will be tasked with managing Africa’s biggest economy and putting a 20-year government plan into action following May 7 elections, according to two people familiar with the plans of South Africa’s ruling party. Click here for the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/zuma-to-choose-ramaphosa-as-deputy-1.1660620#.UyFtzx3wClg

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the country’s biggest labour group, reduced its wage demand to 10 percent from 12 percent and said it’s willing to end its strike if employers agree to a one-year deal.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/companies/numsa-cuts-wage-demand-to-10-1.1718967#.U8KRWaKyGe0  Picture credit: Simphiwe Mbokazi.

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the country’s biggest labour group, reduced its wage demand to 10 percent from 12 percent and said it’s willing to end its strike if employers agree to a one-year deal. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/companies/numsa-cuts-wage-demand-to-10-1.1718967#.U8KRWaKyGe0 Picture credit: Simphiwe Mbokazi.

Income tax relief of R9.3 billion and massive future spending on social grants are among the main features of this year's pre-election budget.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/budget/budget-gives-billions-in-tax-relief-1.1653132#.Uw4IMqJN_Zs

Income tax relief of R9.3 billion and massive future spending on social grants are among the main features of this year's pre-election budget. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/budget/budget-gives-billions-in-tax-relief-1.1653132#.Uw4IMqJN_Zs

The focus of the ANC’s election manifesto on fast-tracking job creation to be achieved mainly through state intervention in the economy, including the proposed introduction of a national minimum wage, has been viewed as “pie in the sky” by South Africa’s two main opposition parties.  To read the full story click here: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/anc-s-job-promises-seen-as-pie-in-the-sky-1.1630818#.UtPV0KJN-lg

The focus of the ANC’s election manifesto on fast-tracking job creation to be achieved mainly through state intervention in the economy, including the proposed introduction of a national minimum wage, has been viewed as “pie in the sky” by South Africa’s two main opposition parties. To read the full story click here: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/anc-s-job-promises-seen-as-pie-in-the-sky-1.1630818#.UtPV0KJN-lg

South Africa’s ruling African National Congress kicked off its election campaign as a survey showed it’s haemorrhaging support in the wake of a series of corruption scandals and the creation of new opposition parties.  To read full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/anc-haemorrhaging-support-1.1630933#.UtPVhaJN-lg

South Africa’s ruling African National Congress kicked off its election campaign as a survey showed it’s haemorrhaging support in the wake of a series of corruption scandals and the creation of new opposition parties. To read full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/anc-haemorrhaging-support-1.1630933#.UtPVhaJN-lg

Impala Platinum has cancelled its Wednesday night shift at its Rustenburg operations and would continue to do so for the duration of Amcu's planned strike, the company said.  This was to mitigate the risk of violence and to ensure the safety of their employees, said spokeswoman Alice Lourens.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/companies/impala-stops-night-shifts-ahead-of-strike-1.1635377#.Ut_q5h38IfY

Impala Platinum has cancelled its Wednesday night shift at its Rustenburg operations and would continue to do so for the duration of Amcu's planned strike, the company said. This was to mitigate the risk of violence and to ensure the safety of their employees, said spokeswoman Alice Lourens. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/companies/impala-stops-night-shifts-ahead-of-strike-1.1635377#.Ut_q5h38IfY

To chants of his nickname, “Juju, Juju,” Julius Malema strode by women blowing kisses and men raising clenched fists as he campaigned to whip up support for this year’s election with a call to nationalise South Africa’s mines, banks and land.  Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/malema-storms-sa-politics-by-wooing-poor-1.1639232#.UuoLWaJN-lg

To chants of his nickname, “Juju, Juju,” Julius Malema strode by women blowing kisses and men raising clenched fists as he campaigned to whip up support for this year’s election with a call to nationalise South Africa’s mines, banks and land. Click here to read the full story: http://www.iol.co.za/business/news/malema-storms-sa-politics-by-wooing-poor-1.1639232#.UuoLWaJN-lg

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