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Greenpeace takes Tina to court on nuclear plans

Feb 27 2015 18:18

Greenpeace has filed papers in the North Gauteng High Court to try and compel Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson to update the country's nuclear liability regulations, it says.


SA records a R24bn trade deficit for Jan

Feb 27 2015 16:12

SA's trade balance has swung into a wide deficit in January, after exports fell sharply, data from Sars shows.


January credit growth rises to 9.15%

Feb 27 2015 09:29

South Africa's private sector credit demand grew 9.15% year-on-year in January from a revised 8.55% in December, says the Reserve Bank.


Sanral welcomes Nene's e-toll stance

Feb 27 2015 14:20

The SA National Roads Agency has welcomed Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's endorsement of the e-tolling system in Gauteng.


Black dollar scam explained in Cape court

Feb 26 2015 21:08

Victims of the black dollar scam believed that they had the magic to turn black pieces of paper into US dollars, a court in Cape Town has heard.


Fuel price could go up by close to R1 per litre

Feb 26 2015 17:17

The good days of a very low petrol price and the boost to the economy are over, although the lower oil price will still help SA's current account, says an economist.


SA gives Brics port of entry visas

Feb 26 2015 15:08

Business and diplomatic travellers from SA's Brics partners are to receive a port of entry visa into South Africa, says Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.


Huge dip in factory gate prices

Feb 26 2015 13:23

Prices of manufactured goods at the factory gate have fallen to 3.4% in January on an annual basis, from 5.8% recorded in December.


Opposition disappointed with e-toll plan

Feb 26 2015 12:35

Opposition parties in the Gauteng legislature have taken premier David Makhura to task for not scrapping the province's e-tolling system.

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Sowetan backtracks on e-tolls report

Feb 25 2015 18:16

The Sowetan has retracted a report that Gauteng's e-tolling system will be replaced and clarified that there had only been a decision on a hybrid funding model.


SA government bonds fall on Yellen testimony

Feb 25 2015 11:58

Yields on South African government bonds fell sharply early on Wednesday after Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen suggested the Fed would not rush into raising interest rates.

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