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The general decrease in gross earnings from December 2016 to March 2017 quarter was mainly due to the payment of bonuses and overtime in December 2016.

Nanika Prinsloo The Companies Act, Act 71 of 2008, organised old legislation into a more legible and understandable Act.

Employment Decreases in employment were led by the trade industry with 32 000 employees, the business service industry with 23 000 employees, the community service industry with 8 000 employees, the manufacturing industry with 4 000 employees and the transport industry with 1 000 employees.

A portion of the total electricity produced is used in power stations and exported to neighbouring countries.

The remaining bulk of the electricity, however, together with some imported capacity, is consumed by residential, government, business and industrial customers.

To read more about the reservation of a Company name before registration, read our article on the topic by following this link: *Chris, this is the article “Companies.

Reservation of Company” The name of a Company must not be the same as, or confusingly similar to any of the following: (a) the name of another Company, registered external Company, Close Corporation or Co-operative unless the Company forms part of a group of companies using similar names; (b) a name registered for the use of a person as a business name in terms of the Business Names Act, 1960 (Act No.

If that is the case (if the Company’s name is its registration number”, then that number must be immediately followed by the expression ‘‘(South Africa)’’;.

In other words, a Company that wants to use its registration number as its name (that is normally done where there is no name reserved before registration), the name of the Company will be “12345/28/14 South Africa (Pty) Ltd”.

Decreases in gross earnings were led by the manufacturing industry with R7.1 billion quarter-to-quarter, followed by the trade industry with R6.0 billion, the community services industry with R4.5 billion, the construction industry with R4.4 billion, the transport service industry with R3.1 billion and the electricity industry with R1.2 billion.

However, there was a quarter-to-quarter increase in gross earnings for the business services industry with R6.8 billion and the mining industry with R5 million.

The data show that South Africans are consuming less electricity, with just 231 445 GWh of electricity consumed in 2014, decreasing by 0,7% from 233 105 GWh in 2013.

The decline in the volume of electricity produced has been offset, albeit slightly, by purchases of electricity from neighbouring countries.

17 of 1941), except to the extent permitted by or in terms of that Act.