Telkom chairperson Jabu Mabuza. (File, AFP)

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Energy Minister wants assurance on KPMG analysis of oil sale

Sep 20 2017 19:06

A probe into South Africa's sale of 10 million barrels of crude oil reserves in 2015 may be delayed after Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi expressed concern that a key financial analysis in the investigation was conducted by KPMG


Three reasons why SARB could cut rates

Sep 20 2017 17:49

The combination of weak economic growth, tame inflation, and a positive global economic backdrop support the case for a rate cut, says Overberg Asset Management.


Brown studying Eskom's latest Trillian responses

Sep 20 2017 17:09

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown is studying Eskom's latest reply to her questions on the power utility's dealings with the Gupta-linked Trillian firm and unethical behaviour surrounding McKinsey.


Analysis & Opinion


Beyond state capture shenanigans, policy counts

SA occupies the worst position in two worlds, with both cronyism and corruption...


This is how new BEE rules on public procurement impact businesses

While the legal rules governing preferential procurement schemes were...


Toxic tentacles of the Zupta net may smother KPMG

KPMG’s reputational imbroglio exposes a whole new series of dots to connect...


Joining the dots: Eskom and the state capture story

The Eskom Inquiry may have been postponed, but the momentum that is gathering...


Friends and Friction: Our children must learn the power of their hands

The greatness of a nation does not lie in its celebrated statesmen or...

In other news

WHL Australasia makes management changes

Sep 20 2017 18:22

WHL Australasia has made two key appointments completing the formation of its Australasian regional management team and the implementation of its new regional structure.

Stocks swing, bonds edge up with oil before Fed

Sep 20 2017 13:09

European stocks have fluctuated after a mixed session in Asia, most government bonds edged higher and the pound and euro gained against the dollar.

Pound gains as UK data spur rate-hike speculation

Sep 20 2017 12:03

The pound has strengthened after UK retail sales rose more than forecast, boosting investor expectations that the Bank of England will raise borrowing costs.

OPEC has success at last, but oil revival may be short-lived

Sep 20 2017 12:00

When OPEC and its allies gather this week, they’ll have the best evidence yet that their efforts to clear a global oil glut are succeeding. It may prove short-lived.

Iron ore sinks as 'peak steel' call, supply angst rattle market

Sep 20 2017 11:23

Iron ore has been dragged back into the $60s after getting hit by a barrage of bad news, with persistent concern about rising global supply.

UK retail sales rise more than forecast

Sep 20 2017 11:02

UK retail sales have risen in August at their fastest pace in four months, providing further evidence of a tentative pickup in consumer spending.

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Due to the recent poor performance of living annuities, City Press has been receiving complaints from investors who claim they received bad advice and want to cash in the investment.


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