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Economy

Sarb responsible for Shuttleworth payment - minister

Mar 03 2015 18:00

The Sarb was responsible for repaying the exit levy imposed on billionaire Mark Shuttleworth when he took his capital out of SA, the Constitutional Court has heard.

Currencies

Rand recovers after weakening on downgrade alert

Mar 03 2015 18:27

The rand has firmed after tumbling to two-and-a-half week lows earlier when rating's agency Fitch warned that South Africa could lose its investment grade status.

Economy

Petrol price hike at midnight

Mar 03 2015 17:26

Motorists should get to their nearest petrol stations before midnight if they want to save some cash at the pumps.

Economy

One in three municipalities dysfunctional - Gordhan

Mar 03 2015 17:53

One in three municipalities are dysfunctional, according to a study conducted nationwide, Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Pravin Gordhan says.

Tech

Govt rules out Telkom stake sale

Mar 03 2015 16:30

Minister says government does not plan to sell its stake in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed telecoms company in order to raise money for Eskom.

Mining

Khulubuse Zuma loses Aurora court bid

Mar 03 2015 15:40

An urgent application by Khulubuse Zuma to have claims of over R1.5bn against Aurora Empowerment Systems set aside, has been dismissed by the high court.

Tech

BlackBerry lines up new phones

Mar 03 2015 15:54

The Canadian smartphone maker plans to offer 4 new smartphones while continuing its transformation into a software company

Financial Services

Barclays Africa earnings up 10%

Mar 03 2015 14:25

Barclays Africa has reported higher profits as it applied for a Nigerian banking licence and wants to take over the Egypt and Zimbabwe units still ran by its parent company.

 

In other news

Fuel shortages hit Nigeria

25 minutes ago

Nigeria's main cities are facing acute gasoline shortages as importers feel the pinch of a plummeting currency, tighter credit lines and unpaid government subsidies.

US stocks retreat, Best Buy lifts dividend

Mar 03 2015 17:02

Wall Street stocks have retreated a day after the Nasdaq topped 5 000 for the first time in 15 years, as electronics retailer Best Buy announced big shareholder payouts.

Barclays, Glencore earnings knock FTSE down

Mar 03 2015 16:51

Britain's blue-chip share index gave up dropping back from record highs, as Glencore and Barclays weighed on the market after earnings releases.

Swiss signs tax info sharing deal with Australia

Mar 03 2015 16:30

Switzerland has signed a deal with Australia to exchange tax information, the first such agreement under an international framework to swap tax information.

Singapore is world's most expensive city

Mar 03 2015 16:00

Singapore has been named the world's most expensive city for the second year running, a survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit shows.

China fails to audit $637.42bn of overseas SEOs

Mar 03 2015 15:30

Chinese government does not audit assets of state owned firms hold overseas, highlighting difficulties it faces when expanding its anti-corruption drive to SOEs.

BAT offers to buy out Souza Cruz stake

Mar 03 2015 15:00

British American Tobacco says it is seeking to buy the 24.7% it did not already own in Brazil's Souza Cruz and to delist the company.

BoE fired FX chief for series of misjudgements

Mar 03 2015 14:30

The Bank of England has dismissed its former chief foreign exchange dealer because of a series of inappropriate actions says BoE governor.

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Business model as medicine

Revisiting your business model is a useful way to revive your business,...

Economy

No sugar-coated pill

The cost of uninformed medical consent runs into billions, says Mandi...

Economy

Greek tragedy

Athens' relations with the EU was an accident waiting to happen, says...

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