Hawks probe into Guptas: DA throws in KPMG statement

Sep 17 2017 19:00

The Democratic Alliance has handed over a statement by KPMG International to the Hawks to assist with an investigation into the notorious Gupta family.


Parliament to investigate massive Transnet locomotive tender

Sep 17 2017 16:11

Parliament’s trade and industry oversight committee has agreed to launch an inquiry into Transnet’s controversial acquisition of 1 064 locomotives at a cost of R50bn.


Would you pay a specialist R1 000 per minute?

Sep 17 2017 21:00

It’s time to curb excessive costs, before it kills both the private health sector and the country’s medical schemes.


Patel warns of complacency in beneficiation

Sep 17 2017 14:10

Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says more needs to be done to implement beneficiation, but shares on the progress that has been made so far.


South Africans opt out of travel bucket list

Sep 17 2017 15:33

South Africans are continuing to tighten their belts, skipping holidays and rather prioritising daily necessities, surveys show.


Risk side of SA's reputation going down

Sep 17 2017 14:53

The risk side of South Africa's reputation is deteriorating notably, according to the Africa Risk-Reward Index released by Oxford Economics.


Ramaphosa has edge in SA leadership race, analysts say

Sep 14 2017 09:07

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has an edge in the race to become the next leader of the ruling African National Congress, according to a survey of analysts.


Retail trade sales rise as consumers become more price-savvy

Sep 13 2017 14:11

SA retail sales disappointed with a disappointing -0.6% fall month-on-month, after rising by a much healthier 0.6% in June, according to an economist.


Policy uncertainty and low GDP a challenge for companies - Moody’s

Sep 13 2017 09:07

Policy uncertainty and low GDP growth will limit the ability of corporates to improve their credit quality over the next few months, says credit rating agency Moody’s.

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Why did R70bn Chinese contracts bypass tender laws, asks DA

Sep 10 2017 18:45

Finance minister Malusi Gigaba had to explain why Chinese parastatals were awarded R70bn worth of contracts without a public tender, the DA’s deputy spokesman on finance said on Sunday.

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