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Why all hell broke loose with Treasury - Molefe

Aug 31 2016 20:16

Eskom CEO Brian Molefe speaks to Fin24 about the power utility's apparent war with National Treasury over a probe into the Gupta-owned Tegeta coal contracts.


No panic at Eskom as debt manager halts loans

Aug 31 2016 17:32

Eskom says it will seek money elsewhere after Futuregrowth Asset Management pulled the plug on lending to key state-run firms.


Household credit cycle one of the weakest in history

Aug 31 2016 16:37

Household credit is likely to remain under pressure, as banks remain stringent on lending criteria and high debt levels restrain demand for increased borrowing.


SA's biggest debt manager halts loans to state firms

Aug 31 2016 16:09

Futuregrowth Asset Management will stop lending money to six of SA’s state companies, owing to government infighting and threats to the independence of the finance ministry.


SA's trade surplus shrinks to R5.22bn in July

Aug 31 2016 14:31

South Africa's trade surplus shrank to R5.22bn in July versus a revised surplus of R12.47bn in June, according to data.


Gordhan probe will undo efforts to avoid downgrade - CEOs

Aug 31 2016 13:08

The CEOs Initiative says it is disappointed in the way Gordhan and the Treasury are being “attacked” by people who are “not concerned” about damage done to the economy.


June credit growth slows

Aug 31 2016 10:16

Growth in credit demand by the private sector slowed to 6.78% year-on-year in July from a revised 7.23% in June, according to Reserve Bank data.


Eskom gives in to Treasury on coal report

Aug 30 2016 20:12

Eskom indicated that it will hand over information required by the Treasury, which is investigating the utility's coal contracts.


China deal to create over 2 000 jobs in SA

Aug 30 2016 19:41

An auto plant by a Chinese state-owned car manufacturer will create more than 2 500 jobs in South Africa.


Sarb responds to Jessie Duarte's rand rant

Aug 30 2016 21:18

The SA Reserve Bank maintains it is an independent institution after ANC bigwig Jessie Duarte inferred it was failing to protect the rand because it is privately owned.



Gauteng depts under fire for unauthorised spend

Aug 30 2016 17:35

The Standing Committee on Public Accounts recommended that R13.3m incurred by certain departments in Gauteng not be approved.


'We are not interfering' - American chamber on Gordhan support

Aug 30 2016 16:00

The American Chamber of Commerce in SA has called for everyone, including the president and deputy president, to support Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

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