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Ratings cuts could lead to capital outflows - Sarb

May 03 2016 18:51

The impact of a possible further ratings downgrades on the economy and financial system could lead to increased capital outflows, warns the SA Reserve Bank.


NeneGate: Bearish economist warns optimistic investors

May 03 2016 21:30

Boasting that South Africa’s economy has rewound to pre-NeneGate is unwise, as economists’ risk narrative of South Africa on December 8 was not exactly peachy.


Growth falls to 15-year low in sub-Saharan Africa

May 03 2016 18:34

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa has dropped to its lowest level in 15 years due to the slump in commodity prices and severe drought, says the IMF.


Momoniat: No shareholders have control over Sarb

May 03 2016 15:06

The South African Reserve Bank has full operational autonomy when it sets monetary policy, says Ismail Momoniat, a deputy director general at National Treasury.


Chaos for Jhb motorists as traffic workers block N1

May 03 2016 10:24

Gauteng drivers might be an hour later for work, but striking contract workers blocking the N1 freeway say they haven’t had a pay increase in four years.


IMF sees sub-Saharan Africa growth near two-decade low in 2016

May 03 2016 09:35

The IMF says economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa will likely slow this year to its weakest in nearly two decades, hurt by a slump in commodity prices and drought.


Staff with ADHD can boost business if well managed - expert

May 03 2016 06:28

If left unmanaged, the impulsivity, hyperactivity and inattention that presents as a result of ADHD can have a negative effect on the career of the individual, warns an expert.


Ivory Coast to privatise power, water monopolies

May 02 2016 15:24

Ivory Coast will break up its long-standing electricity and water monopolies to reduce prices amid growing public concern over price hikes, says President Alassane Ouattara.

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