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South Africa faces severe crisis, warns business body

Sep 23 2016 08:41

Business Leadership South Africa has yet again appealed to the government to deal with concerns about threats to the Treasury and the financial sector.


Sugar tax could cause over 70 000 job losses - report

Sep 23 2016 07:34

The proposed tax on soft drinks may generate only R4.4bn of the R7.5bn that was estimated and could result in up to 70 700 job losses, according to a report.


Sarb rate decision timeous boost for home owners

Sep 23 2016 06:00

The decision by the SA Reserve Bank to keep the repo rate unchanged sends a positive message to home buyers and the residential property market in general.


Court orders department to pay up in eNaTIS case

Sep 22 2016 18:30

The Department of Transport must urgently pay about R5.3m to technology firm Tasima, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ruled.


FNB urges consumers to repay debt amid rate relief

Sep 22 2016 18:26

The period of stable interest rates offers indebted consumers an ideal opportunity to reduce their lending, says FNB CEO Jacques Celliers.


Sarb holds interest rate steady

Sep 22 2016 15:21

South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has announced that the monetary policy committee has decided to leave the interest rate unchanged.


Cape toll defeat: Sanral to mull new path

Sep 22 2016 16:23

Reacting to Sanral's latest defeat in the Cape Winelands toll saga, the agency says it will decide on a new course of action to address congestion and urban development.


Gordhan the real target of 'judicial inquiry into banks' - MP

Sep 22 2016 12:53

Leaked information that a PR firm knew about a mooted judicial inquiry into banks was likely an attempt to intimidate Pravin Gordhan, says DA MP David Maynier.


Junk downgrade a serious risk – De Beers CEO

Sep 22 2016 09:19

SA is in deep danger of losing its investment-grade credit rating and must reassure investors of its commitment to fiscal stability, says De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver.


Salt water levels in chicken exploits consumers - Amie

Sep 21 2016 19:32

High brining levels as practised in SA are nothing more than commercial exploitation of consumers, according to the Association of Meat Importers and Exporters of SA.



Privatisation the solution for SOEs - IRR

Sep 21 2016 17:40

Privatisation may be the only viable option for struggling state-owned enterprises, according to the South African Institute of Race Relations.


Molefe: No nuclear by 2035 could mean another power crunch

Sep 21 2016 13:52

If SA doesn’t have nuclear power by 2035, the country will be in the same position as in 2008 when there was a serious power shortage, Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has warned.

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