BusinessDay - Videos Videos RSS Page feed from Businessday G20 calls for inclusive GPD growth Group of 20 countries have expressed concern over inequality in society despite countries or regions gross domestic product growth FET colleges will continue to struggle without industry Sparrow Further Education and Training College is proof that vocational training institutes will not succeed without industry on board Shabangu flags challenges in resources sector at Africa Down Under Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu speaks about the challenges the resources sector faces at the Africa Down Under mining conference, in Perth, Western Australia South Africans can file taxes via cell phones The South African Revenue Service has announced that South Africans can now file their tax returns using their mobile phones New Bafana coach tours media organisations New Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund has toured various media organisations around Johannesburg just three days after he was announced as the new coach of the national soccer team. Mining nationalisation debate part 2 The nationalisation debate has emerged again at a Mining for Change seminar at Summerplace in Johannesburg with business and government providing their views and updates on the controversial topic. Proteas off the England The South African Cricket team leaves for a training camp in Switzerland before they embark on their England tour Gordhan says revene collection is sufficient Revenue collection in South Africa is sufficient to meet current demands but more needs to be done to ensure taxpayers' money is spent more effectively says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. SARS new efiling products The South African Revenue Service has created new products to try and make filing a tax return easier for taxpayers according to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Glencore and the Xstrata deal Commodities trading giant Glencore and Xstrata are digging in for days or even weeks of brinkmanship to try and save Glencores 26 billion dollar takeover deal after Qatar state investment fund interrupted proceedings this week with a last minute call for better terms The economic and political week ahead Business will be looking for clarity on the mixed messages on key African National Congress proposals such as nationalisation while the economic week ahead includes a key survey on manufacturing due on Monday 2nd June but it is unlikely to provide any solace for the second-biggest sector. Zuma closes ANC conference President Jacob Zuma closed the ANC conference in Midrand after a difficult week for him where his second transition idea was watered down as delegates questioned his role in the party going forward Not enough electricity in future Speaking to BusinessDay Ken Robinson a Senior Executive at Accenture said that South Africa will not have enough electricity in future to meet growth demand even though he believes the IRP 2010 is a good plan in his opinion. ANC on media ownership Speaking at the ANC Policy Conference ANC Member of Parliament and former Minister of Arts and Culture Pallo Jordan discussed media ownership. Social grants in the spotlight Speaking at the ANC Policy Conference ANC Gauteng Chairman Paul Mashatile addressed the issue of social grants and the green economy and revealed the plan for the way forward. DA to march in Polokwane as school book saga continues Six months into 2012 and no set work books are being delivered to government schools in Limpopo which the DA says is a crime and perpetrators should be fired Clem Sunter on SA entrepreneurs Entrepreneurs must be South Africas future and government needs to start realising that in order to help the economy, says independent scenario planner Clem Sunter. SARB ponzi awareness campaign The South African Reserve Bank has launched a Ponzi scheme campaign to educate the public about this illegal activity which could cost them their money. Need for cheap housing in the inner city The Johannesburg Social Housing Company says there is a desperate need for clean affordable housing for the poor in the inner city Legalising rhino horn trade not the solution Legalising rhino horn trading will not stop poachers say animal rights activists Transnet infrastructure plans good for business Economist Kevin Lings says the infrastructure planed by Transnet could help boost business confidence