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Economy

I didn't join govt to make money - Ramaphosa on SAA claims

Mar 01 2017 20:00

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has rejected allegations by the ANC Youth League that he is doing business with SAA as "a lie and a fabrication".

Economy

Molefe finds new home as MP, and it's not finance - report

Mar 01 2017 17:36

Newly sworn-in MP Brian Molefe won't serve on Parliament's finance committee but will be a member of the committees on international relations and economic development.

Economy

ANC abhors money laundering, says Ramaphosa on FIC Bill

Mar 01 2017 17:03

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has lauded Parliament for passing the Financial Intelligence Centre Bill, saying its ratification will enhance SA’s stature in the international investor community.

 

In other news

Aspen signs off on GSK drug transaction

Mar 01 2017 16:33

Aspen Pharmacare says it has signed off on an agreement with GlaxoSmithKline to acquire a portfolio of anaesthetics.

US consumers spend less than forecast as inflation bites

Mar 01 2017 15:42

Consumer spending has risen less than projected in January as rising prices pinched Americans’ wallets, leading inflation-adjusted purchases to fall by the most since 2009.

EU to reject Trump's protectionism at summit

Mar 01 2017 15:41

European Union leaders will seek to distance themselves from President Donald Trump’s views on trade and looser financial regulation when they hold a summit.

Gold wilts as investors zero in on chance of March hike

Mar 01 2017 14:39

Gold has extended its losing streak on a surge in investors’ expectations that US central bankers may hike interest rates soon.

BP targets $40 break-even oil price reassure investors

Mar 01 2017 12:53

BP said it will need a crude price of about $40 a barrel in 2021 to cover spending and dividends, down from $60 this year, as CEO seeks to reassure investors on growth outlook.

UK house prices gain more than expected

Mar 01 2017 10:36

UK house prices have risen more than expected in February, according to Nationwide Building Society, a sign that the market’s strength has extended into this year.

China plans to cut 500 000 jobs this year

Mar 01 2017 09:47

China will further trim its bloated smokestack industries this year and support other sectors in services or internet-related businesses to create new jobs.

Hong Kong stocks up by break

Mar 01 2017 08:36

Hong Kong shares ended the morning in positive territory Wednesday following a four-day sell-off and data showing a better-than-expected increase in Chinese factory activity.

Analysis & Opinion

Opinion

Govt's crisis of legitimacy fuels tax revolts - OUTA

Focused tax revolts which are essentially “wrongful” conduct today become...

Opinion

Can Brian Molefe be redeemed?

All might not be lost for Brian Molefe if he wakes up now, before he gets...

Opinion

Eskom sets the record straight on renewable energy

Renewable energy remains an important part of South Africa’s future diversified...

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There was much debate in 2011 when Treasury decided retirement annuities also have to comply with some regulations of the Pension Funds Act. But in turbulent times this factor is often a blessing in disguise.

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