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Nxesi's spending probe gets the nod

23 minutes ago

Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi's announcement of a probe into the department's irregular expenditure has been welcomed by the SA Property Owners Association.


    Three SOEs miss reports deadline

    51 minutes ago

    SA Airways, SA Express Airways and Broadband Infraco have failed to table their integrated reports to Parliament on time, says Public Enterprise Minister Lynne Brown.


    Inflation targeting: Sarb's no. 1 goal

    Sep 30 2014 18:42

    The SA Reserve Bank has little policy room to boost demand in the economy and should keep its focus on taming inflation, says deputy governor Lesetja Kganyago.


    Perfect storm could hit consumers - experts

    Sep 30 2014 16:03

    Deeply indebted onsumers are in for hard times with middle and lower income groups expected to suffer the most, warn experts.


    Trade deficit soars in August

    Sep 30 2014 15:09

    South Africa's trade deficit has more than doubled to R16.3bn in August, from a revised R6.82bn shortfall in July.


    Gauteng motorists rate e-toll service

    Sep 30 2014 12:01

    A survey of road users has revealed that 80% found the e-toll administration service "very poor", says the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


    Credit growth slows to 8.78%

    Sep 30 2014 09:14

    Growth in credit demand from the private sector has dropped to 8.78% year-on-year in August.


    SA no 4 in Africa governance rankings

    Sep 30 2014 08:50

    Governance in African nations is improving at a slower pace and economic improvements are contributing less to its progress, according to an index.


    No shock at possible electricity crisis - DA

    Sep 29 2014 20:26

    The DA says it is not surprised at reports that the City of Johannesburg is facing a possible power crisis because they lack giving attention to maintenance.


    Electricity tariffs drive municipal income

    Sep 29 2014 20:41

    The municipal total income for the second quarter of 2014 is R68.4bn, with sales of electricity being the main source of income.


    Mokonyane: Cable theft economic sabotage

    Sep 29 2014 17:57

    Water Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says copper cable theft must be classified as an economic crime following a water shortage that hit parts of Johannesburg.

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    Employment rate climbs 2.7%

    Sep 29 2014 15:19

    The number of people with jobs has increased by 229 000 from the same period in 2013, according to Statistics South Africa.


    Mining income was R408bn: Stats SA

    Sep 29 2014 17:59

    The total income for the mining industry in 2012 was R408bn with platinum making the highest contribution, statistician general Pali Lehohla says.

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