Melitta Ngalonkulu, Moneyweb News

Melitta Ngalonkulu

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Johannesburg, GP, South Africa

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Recent articles by Melitta:

UIF ‘addressing systemic challenges’

This comes after the AGSA's report that picked up that the department was throwing away millions paying the dead, imprisoned and minors. → Read More

Alcohol ban costs Distell 20% of its trading year

Will implement pay cuts for SA staff from September 1. → Read More

Dis-Chem withdraws Competition Tribunal appeal

But maintains it did not break the law by increasing surgical mask prices in March. → Read More

Wine industry: Ban lifted a little too late

Over 430 wineries and grape producers expected to go out of business in the next 18 months, possibly costing 21 000 jobs. → Read More

Pick ‘n Pay clothing launches online shopping

Customers may earn points on clothing bought. → Read More

Three quarters of companies see sales decline – survey

Growing appreciation of the value of going more 'digital' as they adapt to customer behaviour amid the pandemic. → Read More

KZN businessman’s accounts frozen on suspicion of UIF fraud

He allegedly nabbed R700 000. → Read More

Dis-Chem fined R1.2m for its ‘exploitative’ behaviour

Inflating face mask prices during a pandemic ‘reprehensible’ – Competition Tribunal. → Read More

There’s still time to apply for the UIF Ters benefit

If you haven't done so yet – but only for claims for April, May and June. → Read More

May UIF/Ters applications delayed

Due to a damaged fibre link. → Read More

Dis-Chem defers dividend to buy Baby City

Citing the uncertainty caused by Covid-19 as a reason for needing to conserve its cash. → Read More

Dis-Chem plans to buy Baby City for R430m

And expand stores; add clinics. → Read More

The (online) shops are open!

And can now sell all types of things previously regarded as non-essential. → Read More

Lockdown: The daily hustle of the booming black market

Marketed largely through WhatsApp. → Read More

Foreign funding is SA’s best option

It comes at a lower interest rate than loans on the open market. → Read More

Pick n Pay customers can now send digital grocery vouchers

To ensure convenience amid Covid-19. → Read More

Keeping up with the CEOs amid Covid-19: African Bank

Basani Maluleke says staff have shown discipline and empathy in dealing with customers during these confusing and possibly financially strained times. → Read More

Keeping up with the CEOs amid Covid-19: Mike Brown

Nedbank's CEO is impressed at how quickly the organisation was able to transform. → Read More

Gloves, masks and protective gowns are Solidarity Fund’s priority

With 'war-room structure' established to enable rapid decision-making. → Read More

SA farmers in focus

Lockdown period may lead to newfound respect for our food producers. → Read More