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Economy

The true value of SA's BEE deals revealed

Jun 29 2015 07:48

A massive R317bn generated shows that recent statements that BEE deals do not create substantial value are false, according to research by Intellidex.

Economy

Beware of 'buyer panic' in property market

Jun 26 2015 21:02

While possible interest rate hikes could be making first time home buyers cautious, a significant level of "buyer panic" is seen at the same time, a survey shows.

Economy

Marikana sees little change three years on

Jun 26 2015 20:00

Almost three years after police shot 34 striking miners dead outside platinum producer Lonmin's Marikana mine, little has changed in the town.

Economy

Feedback on Dedisa power project in E Cape

Jun 26 2015 19:21

Projects within the Coega Development Corporation’s industrial development zone have received positive feedback from local and regional government officials.

Economy

Mutual benefit possible for Govt, business - dti

Jun 26 2015 19:05

The relationship between government and private companies should be nurtured as this will assist to re-industrialise the economy, says a dti official.

Economy

Gautrain subsidy could fund entire freeway project - AA

Jun 26 2015 14:33

The R1.5bn Gautrain subsidy could fund the entire Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project, says the Automobile Association.

Economy

Expect big petrol price hike - AA

Jun 25 2015 13:37

South African motorists could be in for a shock at the petrol pumps in July because of the weak rand, the Automobile Association warns.

Economy

Molefe: Eskom needs tariff increase for costly load shedding

Jun 24 2015 19:58

A lot of people have spoken about the electricity increase, but very few people have spoken about the cost of load shedding, says Eskom acting CEO Brian Molefe.

Economy

Tender price competition worst in years - index

Jun 24 2015 17:27

Tendering price competition is at its worst level since the end of 2011, according to respondents taking part in the latest FNB/BER Civil Confidence Index.

Economy

Public sector delays impact salary growth

Jun 24 2015 12:08

Disposable salary increases have been disappointing due to the drawn-out bargaining process in the public sector, reflects a salary index.

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Economy

Small print shows how bond sales dried up

Jun 24 2015 11:42

The reluctance by companies to tap capital markets underscores the challenges Zuma’s administration faces in reigniting investment and growth in the ailing economy.

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