SABC - Business Concerned Ford Kuga owners must contact insurers first: Ombudsman 2017-01-18T19:25:07.000000Z The Ombudsman for Short-Term Insurance says that motorists who are the victims of negligence should complain to their insurance company first before the office can look into the complaint. Stats SA attributes higher CPI to increases in poultry meat prices 2017-01-18T14:49:59.000000Z Statistics South Africa has attributed the higher than expected Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) partly to the sharp increases in the price of poultry meat. Frozen chicken worth R1bn could go to waste due to Eskom power cuts 2017-01-18T13:45:45.000000Z More than R1 billion worth of frozen chicken will easily go to waste if Eskom goes ahead with the planned power-cut at Lekwa Local Municipality in Mpumalanga. Govt develops funding model to help municipalities 2017-01-18T08:30:57.000000Z The Department of Cooperative Governance says government has developed a funding model to improve infrastructure in municipalities that have been struggling to pay their electricity bills. Public Protectors leaked report causes stir 2017-01-18T07:19:28.000000Z The leaked report from the current Public Protector on the loan between Bankorp and the South African Reserve Bank has caused a stir. World Bank urges SA to use tax incentives to promote economic growth 2017-01-17T19:31:21.000000Z The World Bank says government should use its tax incentives more effectively to attract private investment and grow the economy. Rand Water workers down tools 2017-01-17T19:16:39.000000Z Workers at the Rand Water sanitation plant in Sebokeng in the Vaal have stopped working, saying management has shortchanged them. N West electricity defaulters face power cuts 2017-01-17T17:42:18.000000Z The Madibeng Local Municipality in the North West is taking a hard line approach towards non-payment of electricity. Mantashe offers views on on-going Bankorp saga 2017-01-17T16:31:34.000000Z On Tuesday, the ANC moved to announce its views on a number of topical economic issues. Ramaphosa optimistic about SA's economic outlook in 2017 2017-01-17T14:10:40.000000Z Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says although South Africa has gone through a number of challenges in the past few months, he is positive that 2017 will usher in a stable environment.