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New security ownership clause 'an enemy of the economy'

54 minutes ago

The implementation of new security legislation could lead to a 10% drop in exports to the US and EU and reduce GDP by R133.4bn, warns economist Roelof Botha.


IMF downgrades SA growth to below 1.5%

Oct 06 2015 21:15

South Africa’s growth is projected to be below 1.5% both this year and next year, according to a report by die International Monetary Fund.


SA's business confidence at 22-year low - survey

Oct 06 2015 20:16

Business confidence in SA has dipped to its lowest level since the end of apartheid due to an unstable currency and lower commodity prices, a survey shows.


Big firms may muscle in on small producer plan, warns IPP

Oct 06 2015 19:03

The darling of SA’s renewable energy programme says government must be careful not to allow big multinationals to abuse the new small projects programme.


JSE could stage short-term rebound

Oct 06 2015 20:18

The catalyst for a short-term rebound in the JSE appears to be in place, says Overberg Asset Management in its weekly overview of the SA economic landscape.


IMF trims forecast for global growth

Oct 06 2015 18:14

The IMF has cut its forecast for global economic growth, as the slowing economies in China and other emerging markets are felt worldwide.


Numsa wants steel companies nationalised

Oct 06 2015 17:13

Numsa has once again asked for the nationalisation of steel companies ArcelorMittal, Evraz Highveld Steel and Scaw Metals.


Greece sticks to bailout targets in draft budget

Oct 06 2015 16:30

Greece has stuck strictly to the targets enshrined in its international bailout programme in unveiling a draft budget which sees the economy shrinking in 2016.



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