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Economy

Eskom CEO fails to lift suspension

Mar 27 2015 11:14

Judge Benita Whitcher has struck Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona's labour court application challenging his suspension off the roll.

Tech

Vodacom increases contract prices

Mar 27 2015 10:14

The telecoms operator has announced that its contract prices are set to rise marginally.

News

Eskom says 1000 Medupi workers fired

Mar 27 2015 10:00

About 1 000 workers at the Medupi construction site have been fired for vandalising property during this week's one-day strike, says power utility Eskom.

News

Public sector pay talks head towards deadlock

Mar 27 2015 09:07

With five days to go before the current wage agreement expires, talks between the government and the public sector unions seem to be heading for stalemate.

Currencies

Rand steady, government bonds weak

Mar 27 2015 10:10

Government bonds have weakened after the Reserve Bank signalled inflationary pressures are narrowing its scope to pause hiking interest rates.

Eskom

Load shedding probability remains high, says Eskom

Mar 27 2015 08:53

Power utility Eskom has flagged a high probability for load shedding on Friday, and warns that weekend power cuts may also be on the cards.

Economy

Suspended Eskom CEO awaits fate

Mar 27 2015 07:53

The Labour Court in Johannesburg is expected to deliver judgment in the challenge by Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona to have his suspension reversed.

Tech

Post Office delays paying staff, suppliers - claims

Mar 27 2015 07:28

The financial stability of the SA Post Office has been called into question by staff, suppliers and political parties as customers agonise over lengthy delays.

 

In other news

Brazilian central bank expects recession in 2015

15 minutes ago

The Brazilian Central Bank says it expects the world's seventh-largest economy to contract by 0.5% in 2015.

UK lawmakers slam financial watchdog

45 minutes ago

Britain's financial regulator has broke its own rules by failing to keep markets orderly when it mishandled the announcement of a review into life insurance policies.

European shares snap two-day slide

Mar 27 2015 10:56

European stocks have risen in early trade, halting a sharp two-day retreat as a renewed fall in the euro currency helped boost the shares of exporting companies.

UK house price growth slows again in March

Mar 27 2015 10:30

British house prices have risen in March by the smallest annual amount since September 2013, adding to signs the country's housing market is cooling.

Iraq oil minister sees $70 crude by end 2015

Mar 27 2015 10:00

Iraq's Oil Minister has predicted world oil prices could reach $70 a barrel by the end of 2015 and played down the impact of the emerging conflict in Yemen.

ECB's money printing already helping recovery

Mar 27 2015 09:30

Bond-buying by the European Central Bank will reinforce the eurozone's economic recovery, says its president Mario Draghi.

SKA broadband centre opens in PE

Mar 27 2015 09:02

A new broadband centre intended to support the work of the Square Kilometre Array has been opened at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

Japan's inflation slows for seventh month

Mar 27 2015 09:00

Consumer prices in Japan have risen at a slower rate of 2% in February from a year earlier due to plunging oil prices.

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