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Ramaphosa boasts about SA's 'world class' IPP project in Davos

Jan 17 2017 18:00

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says that to bridge the energy gap in Africa, governments should partner with the private sector.


Rand holding ground amid Brexit worries - expert

Jan 17 2017 17:37

The rand has shrugged off the potentially negative effect Brexit could have on South Africa, says an investment strategist, following the British Prime Minister's Brexit speech.


SA's housing market under pressure, warns S&P Global

Jan 17 2017 16:42

Subdued economic growth, high unemployment and consumer indebtedness do not bode well for the SA housing market in the near term, says S&P Global.


Pound climbs as Theresa May outlines how Brexit will happen

Jan 17 2017 15:33

British Prime Minister Theresa May, says the country cannot “possibly” remain within the European Union’s single market, as that would mean the UK is not leaving the EU at all.

Financial Services

Gupta allies buying bank face intense scrutiny

Jan 17 2017 15:12

Gupta allies Salim Aziz Essa and Hamza Farooqui will require Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s sign-off to buy Habib Overseas Bank in a deal worth R450m.


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Pound set for best day since 2008 post Brexit speech

Jan 17 2017 15:21

The pound has climbed against the dollar, set for its biggest advance since the global financial crisis, as Prime Minister said UK lawmakers will get a vote on the final deal on Brexit.

MTN fraud: I never signed for an iPhone, says customer

Jan 17 2017 15:15

An MTN customer who fell victim to a fraudulent upgrade is worried over his credit record. He shared his story with Fin24.

European stocks pare drop, Brexit deal will need vote

Jan 17 2017 15:14

European stocks have pared their decline after UK Prime Minister Theresa May laid out her intentions on Brexit while supporting a strong European Union.

Dollar drops on Trump comments as May boosts pound

Jan 17 2017 15:01

The dollar has weakened and gold advanced with bonds after the President-elect said the US currency is already "too strong."

Oil climbs as Opec sees market balancing while dollar slides

Jan 17 2017 14:47

Brent oil has risen above $56 a barrel after Opec members including Saudi Arabia said output cuts are bringing the market into balance, while the dollar weakened.

Brexit bulletin: A clean break

Jan 17 2017 10:23

Prime Minister Theresa May will put Britain on the road out of the European Union’s single market, saying she doesn’t want a relationship that "leaves us half in, half out."

Chinese stocks stabilise after longest streak since 2016

Jan 17 2017 09:47

Chinese stocks have stabilised after a five-day losing streak for the benchmark Shanghai gauge as small-cap shares rebounded and the central bank added funds to the system.

Gold surges as investors tick off hours to Brexit speech

Jan 17 2017 09:14

The new year has been kind to gold. Prices have advanced every day apart from a single session this month as the UK gets to grips with the Brexit process.

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The EU: A failed experiment?

Jan 16 2017 16:51

This year right-wing politicians in key countries, including France, will be vying for power. We take a look at the outlook for the EU in our Pessimist's Guide to 2017.


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