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Economy

Rand unlikely to sustain strength - OAM

Jul 27 2016 09:49

Given the current account deficit, weak GDP growth environment and policy uncertainty, it is likely the rand will lose steam over the medium-term, says Overberg Asset Management.

Economy

Brexit chips away at German consumer morale

Jul 27 2016 09:20

Confidence among German consumers has suffered slightly in July as households digested Britain's vote to quit the European Union.

Eskom

Eskom works to restore power after rain and snow hits SA

Jul 27 2016 07:43

Extreme weather has caused power outages for some South Africans around the country, while Eskom said it had capacity to provide electricity amid a spike in power usage.

News

The flaw in the minimum wage debate

Jul 26 2016 21:00

The latest suggestion maintains the higher basic wage would provide an impetus to the local economy, but reveals the danger of regarding elements of it in isolation.

Economy

Shared mobility for liveable cities

Jul 26 2016 19:38

A new report by the International Transport Forum looks at how shared transport can lead to many benefits for cities and their inhabitants.

Economy

Why national minimum wage is good for SA economy

Jul 26 2016 18:59

A national minimum wage may not necessarily lead to job losses, as expected, but could boost productivity in workers, which can positively impact economic growth.

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