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New minerals bill may undermine BEE - Zuma

Jan 27 2015 20:30

President Jacob Zuma believes proposed key legislation governing the oil, gas and minerals industries could undermine black economic empowerment.

South Africa

Power cuts to bolster supply – Eskom CEO

Jan 27 2015 19:29

Eskom has implemented stage two rolling power cuts to help bolster power supply for the rest of the week, acting CEO Dan Marokane says.


Rand weakens for 3rd day on power crunch

Jan 27 2015 18:25

The rand has weakened against the US dollar for the third straight session, pressured by concerns over persistent electricity blackouts.


Property market on the rise

Jan 27 2015 17:37

The property market appears to be strengthening after a "lull" in the residential sector in the first half of 2014, says First National Bank.


Joburg estate hit by load shedding robbers

Jan 27 2015 16:21

Load shedding in a Johannesburg residential estate sparked a series of robberies, something an insurance expert has warned will be on the increase.


Oil price drop could bring surprise U-turn for SA

Jan 27 2015 16:10

Drastic declines in the international oil price and sharp cuts in the local petrol price could herald a sharp turnaround in SA’s fortunes, says an expert.


Resources, gold fuel JSE's run

Jan 27 2015 16:17

The upward momentum on the JSE, which started last week, seems to be gaining real momentum.


SAA slams DA allegations against CEO

Jan 27 2015 15:14

There is no basis to suggest any misrepresentation of qualifications by acting SAA CEO Nico Bezuidenhout or the SAA board, spokesperson Tlali Tlali has told Fin24.


In other news

IMF warns Africa of headwinds from China, US

Jan 27 2015 20:30

IMF head Christine Lagarde has warned that African economies could be hurt by a slowdown in China's economy and an imminent hike in United States interest rates.

Russia: Crisis plan won't need more budget

Jan 27 2015 20:00

An economic crisis plan that Russia has adopted won't require any more budget spending than was already planned, says finance minister Anton Siluanov.

Disease threatens bee farmers

Jan 27 2015 19:30

A disease that has spread amongst bees in the Western Cape is threatening to reach KwaZulu-Natal and completely wipe out South Africa’s bee population.

US stocks tumble on weak earnings

Jan 27 2015 19:03

The Dow has fallen more than 260 points in early trade following several disappointing earnings reports from big companies and a surprising drop in durable goods orders.

Anti-austerity economist to head Greek finance

Jan 27 2015 19:00

Economics professor Yanis Varoufakis has confirmed that he would become Greece's next finance minister, promising to defy advice to "put up or shut up".

UK's economy shows signs of slowing

Jan 27 2015 18:30

Britain's economy grew by 2.6% in 2014 - its fastest pace since the start of the global financial crisis, official figures have shown.

Putin's office slams S&P rating

Jan 27 2015 18:00

Russian President Vladimir Putin says decisions taken by credit rating agencies are politically motivated, after S&P downgraded the rating below investment grade.

EU to complete capital markets union by 2019

Jan 27 2015 17:30

The European Union will put in place its 'capital markets union' by 2019, starting with quick wins like encouraging direct investment in businesses, an EU document shows.

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