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MEIBC member verification process to be finalised by end-Feb

A process to verify the membership numbers of the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC) would be completed at the end of February, after which the findings would be submitted to Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant as part of a reapplication to extend the council’s collective bargaining levy agreement to nonparties for another five years, secretary-general Thulani Mthiyane said on Thursday. The agreement, which was first entered into in 2002, was extended for the first time in 2007. This extension expired on December 31, while the process to extend the agreement for another five years, to 2018, was now under way.

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Mercedes-Benz seeks to expand customer base with 2013 A-Class

German car manufacturer Daimler gave its designers “a clean sheet” to bring the new A-Class to life, says Mercedes-Benz compact cars design and development head Jörg Prigl. “They didn’t need to take anything from the old A-Class.” As the company put together the A-Class premium compact car, due to be launched in South Africa in April, Prigl says Daimler had to ask itself what it could do to “open Mercedes-Benz to new customers”. Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) has provided a sneak preview of the car to the local press, with Prigl and MBSA president and CEO Dr Martin Zimmermann explaining the motivation behind the completely revamped A-Class. In fact, in doing so, it is rather strange to hear the ever-efficient German MBSA CEO use words such as “sexy” and “heartstopping” to describe the newest addition to the Mercedes-Benz stable.

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Mining community sought to serve as industry model

A champion community to serve as a developmental model for the rest of the mining industry is being sought by a leading member of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM). Veteran SAIMM member Robbie Robinson, in a leading commentary in the SAIMM journal, puts forward the suggestion that a mining cluster that will host an integrated income-generating community of mineworker families be created.

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More SA companies commit to UN Global Compact

Twelve South African companies had voluntarily committed to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), to date, in the 2013 financial year, the National Business Initiative (NBI) said in a statement on Wednesday.

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Mpact expects share earnings to soar

JSE-listed plastic and paper packaging group Mpact expected its earnings per share (EPS) for the year ended December 31, 2012, to dramatically increase to between 185c and 192c a share from 54.9c a share for the previous year. Similarly, headline earnings per share (HEPS) were expected to increase from 54.3c in 2011 to between 184c and 191c a share.

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MTN aims to grow entry-level data use

To gain new entry-level data users, telecommunications services provider MTN has reduced its data prices and now also offered a 10 MB data bundle for R10 that could be used with any contract, said MTN South Africa chief marketing officer Serame Taukobong on Thursday. The company also planned to continue improving its third generation (3G) coverage by upgrading its towers to bring better data services to all customers, including those in rural areas.

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Municipalities to be hard hit – Salga

Municipalities will bear the brunt of Eskom's proposed tariff hike, the SA Local Government Association said on Wednesday. "This price hike will drive them to what we call a municipal tipping point... It will drive them to a point where they wouldn't be able to meet the basic needs of the public," Salga working group chairperson Subesh Pillay told a National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) public hearing in Midrand.

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Namibia central bank holds rates steady, GDP growth to slow

Namibia's central bank left its key lending rate unchanged at 5.5% for the third meeting running on Wednesday, keeping rates low to support economic growth, Deputy Governor Ebson Uanguta said. The bank last cut rates in August last year to prop up an economy hit by the global economic slowdown. Domestic growth is seen at 4.4% in 2013 from 4.6% last year, the Bank of Namibia said on Wednesday.

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Nampak to spend R1.6bn on glass, beverage can expansion projects

The board of South African packaging company Nampak approved capital expenditure of about R1-billion for the installation of a third glass furnace for its Nampak Glass division, at its Roodekop plant, outside Johannesburg. Nampak Glass signed long-term supply contracts with key customers to guarantee additional glass volumes, a prerequisite of installing the third furnace, which was expected to be commissioned by the end of this year.

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NDP expected to be main thrust of SoNA

The National Development Plan is expected to be the main thrust of President Jacob Zuma's state-of-the-nation address on Thursday. The NDP, which was produced by the National Planning Commission in the presidency, was endorsed by all political parties in the National Assembly last year.

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