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Inflation and current account numbers keep rand resilient - economist

Apr 21 2017 19:39

An improved inflationary outlook and the narrowing of the current account deficit helped the rand and markets to remain resilient despite turbulent events, says an economist.


Subdued growth for sub-Sahara Africa in 2017 - IMF, World Bank

Apr 21 2017 18:47

Subdued GDP growth and a heavy debt burden weigh heavy on prospects for sub-Saharan countries to escape the growth trap.


Give Gigaba time, says SARB Governor Kganyago

Apr 21 2017 16:59

New Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba should be given time to settle into the job before being judged on his performance, says SA Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago.


Travel and tourism to contribute R412.2bn to SA's GDP in 2017

Apr 21 2017 15:21

The total contribution of travel and tourism to the gross domestic product of SA was 9.3% and this is expected to grow by 2.5% to 9.4% of GDP in 2017.


Leak of draft report on Gupta-owned Tegeta an 'outrage' - Eskom

Apr 21 2017 15:41

Eskom has expressed shock and outrage over a leaked draft report about irregularities in its coal-supply contract with Gupta-owned Tegeta Exploration and Resources.


Sugar, milk, meat price hikes could stay high

Apr 21 2017 12:00

Sugar, milk and meat inflation could remain at relatively higher levels, according to agricultural economist Wandile Sihlobo.


FIC Bill delay: Presidency keeps mum as clock ticks

Apr 21 2017 09:48

There's no word from President Jacob Zuma's office on why he still hasn't signed the FIC Bill into law, close to two months after it was passed by Parliament.


Tighten your seat belts, says Vavi about new federation

Apr 20 2017 20:33

Zwelinzima Vavi, interim leader of South Africa's newest labour union federation, says that they will be "changing the game" and that we should all "fasten our seat belts".


WATCH: Gigaba's message to concerned South Africa

Apr 20 2017 19:54

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has assured worried South Africans that government will continue to work with business, labour and civil society to restore confidence in the economy.


South Africans 2nd wealthiest people in Africa - report

Apr 21 2017 06:00

South Africans are the second wealthiest people in Africa, according to a new report which reviews the wealthiest and poorest countries in Africa.



Going with Gigaba would have been futile - Fedusa

Apr 20 2017 19:33

Joining newly-appointed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on his investor roadshow to the US would have been an exercise in futility, says trade union federation Fedusa.


Economic Codesa needed for radical economic transformation - BMF

Apr 20 2017 17:52

South Africa’s Codesa negotiations neglected radical economic transformation and the country therefore needs to revisit the matter, says the Black Management Forum's Mncane Mthunzi.

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