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ArcelorMittal to Pay R1.5 Billion Penaltyagainst cartels," Commissioner Tembinkosi Bonakele said. Minister welcomes pen
ArcelorMittal to Pay R1.5 Billion Penalty
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against cartels," Commissioner Tembinkosi Bonakele said. Minister welcomes penalty Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel said the action by the competition authorities is part of a crackdown against abuse of market power and... Read more
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Record fine for steel companyTribunal for confirmation of the settlement agreement as an order of the tribun
Record fine for steel company
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Tribunal for confirmation of the settlement agreement as an order of the tribunal. Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, weighed in on the hefty fine yesterday and said government wanted to see competitive steel prices and would... Read more
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Minister Ebrahim Patel Welcomes Action Against Collusion and Price-Fixing in Steel IndustryThe Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, today welcomed the announc
Minister Ebrahim Patel Welcomes Action Against Collusion and Price-Fixing in Steel Industry
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
The Minister of Economic Development, Ebrahim Patel, today welcomed the announcement of a R1, 5 billion fine payable by ArcelorMittal, the country's largest steel-maker, for price-fixing and collusion in the steel industry. This is the largest... Read more
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'SA's biggest car investment in 40 years'will concentrate on passenger cars. “We’re looking at potentially sedans and SU
'SA's biggest car investment in 40 years'
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will concentrate on passenger cars. “We’re looking at potentially sedans and SUVs,” Mpangase said. A really big deal Ebrahim Patel, the Minister of Economic Development, said in his budget vote speech in Parliament earlier this year that if... Read more
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Coega signs R11bn deal with Chinese car makerSouth African market this year with completely built up imports. “We’re lookin
Coega signs R11bn deal with Chinese car maker
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South African market this year with completely built up imports. “We’re looking at potentially sedans and SUVs,” he said. Ebrahim Patel, the Minister of Economic Development, said in his budget vote speech in Parliament earlier this year that if... Read more
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DTI's Absence On Steel Price Committee Questionedis being represented on the recently established steel price committee. At the
DTI's Absence On Steel Price Committee Questioned
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
is being represented on the recently established steel price committee. At the end of June, Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel announced the members of the committee, which is tasked with investigating what effects import tariffs have on... Read more
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Youth Key to Vibrant Economy, Delegates to Youth Parliament Heareconomy and without the active participation of the youth the economy will be p
Youth Key to Vibrant Economy, Delegates to Youth Parliament Hear
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
economy and without the active participation of the youth the economy will be poorer, Economic Development Minister Mr Ebrahim Patel, told the Youth Parliament sitting in Kliptown, Soweto, this week. "Without young people, the economy will be... Read more
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ANC, DA in final election pushpresent at the rally were regional, provincial and national leaders of the ANC,
ANC, DA in final election push
iol.co.za / Posted 24 days ago
present at the rally were regional, provincial and national leaders of the ANC, including Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel and Zou Kota-Fredericks. While voters acknowledged there had been changes, Jacobs said they complained that... Read more
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Molefe Is Pulling a Fast Oneenterprises disregard official policies and autocratically embark on a differen
Molefe Is Pulling a Fast One
AllAfrica.com / Posted a month ago
enterprises disregard official policies and autocratically embark on a different course. All of the commitments by Mr Zuma, Ebrahim Patel and Rob Davies count for nothing. Brian Molefe has overruled all of them. It doesn't matter to him that South... Read more

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