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Sanlam says its life and savings business paid more than R14 billion in death claims in the first 10 months of this year alone.

The South African government should take a full inventory of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and divest or liquidate those that are no longer relevant – or which are failing to meet their objectives.

When Joyce Rejista ran out of money at a music festival she found herself in a familiar fix for villagers across Malawi, needing cash in places where banks and ATMs are scarce.

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) which was recently listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange has recorded an after-tax profit of N$743.3 million for the 12 months ended 30 September 2021.

Namibia's telecommunications regulator says the government's continued hold on the country’s Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector was impacting on competitiveness and growth.

Cabinet has approved the reinstatement of medical aid benefits for 15 162 retirees who had their membership cancelled after failing to comply with government regulations for re-registration of the Public Service Medical Aid Scheme (PSMAS) after retirement.

The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has revealed that it has to date invested over N$1.1 billion in various projects in the Otjozondjupa region.

Pharmacy group Dis-Chem will introduce a mandatory vaccination requirement for staff members from 1 February 2022.

The South African Public Service Commission (PSC) will introduce lifestyle audits for government workers from February 2022.

South Africa’s economic growth forecast of 5.1% for 2021 is at risk after more than 90 nations imposed travel bans on the country right before its summer holiday season because of the discovery of the coronavirus omicron variant.