‘Ocean’s Eleven’ film in development with Margot Robbie and Jay Roach

Margot Robbie and director Jay Roach are currently developing a new Ocean’s Eleven movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. have tapped up Robbie to star in and produce the film that will be helmed by Roach, who directed Robbie in 2019 drama Bombshell. The script, which is being penned by Carrie Solomon, is being kept under wraps, but … Read more

GST Council likely to modify monthly tax payment form for ITC clarity

The GST Council is likely to consider modification in summary return and monthly tax payment form, GSTR-3B, in its meeting next month, with a view to check fake input tax credit claims and expedite settlement of genuine ones, an official said. According to officials, the modified form will provide clarity … Read more

Ricardo Appointed to Support Transformation of the Greater Toronto Rail Network

Article content Experts will perform independent safety assessments during the design stage of the Go Expansion railway upgrade Article content LONDON — Ricardo Certification has been appointed as the Independent Safety Assessor (ISA) for the forthcoming transformation of rail transit across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), Ontario, Canada. As the ISA, Ricardo will … Read more

Priciest Discovery Health plans still losing members

The six top-end medical aid plans offered by Discovery Health Medical Scheme (DHMS) continue to lose members, with a 5% decline between the end of 2020 and the end of 2021. The number of beneficiaries on these plans – Executive, Classic Comprehensive, Essential Comprehensive, Classic Smart Comprehensive, Classic Priority, and Essential Priority – is down 6% … Read more

Tata Motors expects PV industry to surpass FY19 volumes this fiscal

Tata Motors expects the domestic passenger vehicle industry to surpass the peak sales number of 34 lakh units achieved in FY2019 this fiscal on the back of robust demand and less COVID-related disruptions that were witnessed in the last two years, according to a top company official. The company expects … Read more

Thirteen cents an hour in Zimbabwe

With my head swirling trying to make sense of the latest economic absurdities in Zimbabwe I set out into the mist early in the morning. Winter is coming, sunrise is at 6.14am but the mist hangs around in the valleys longer each day, hiding trees and kopjes, rocks and rivers, and it often takes the sun three or … Read more