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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers his maiden

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Budget 2019

Eskom, taxes and boosting growth: What to watch out for in Mboweni’s maiden Budget

Feb 20 2019 07:11

Government's plans to steady the precarious financial position of debt-laden power utility Eskom are set to take centre stage on Wednesday afternoon, when Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers his maiden Budget address in Parliament.

Markets

Markets LIVE: Volatility in store for the rand as Mboweni's economic D-Day looms large

Feb 20 2019 08:13

Bianca Botes, Corporate Treasury Manager at Peregrine Treasury Solutions said in a morning note to clients that markets are expecting to see clarity and answers in terms of embattled state owned enterprises with the focus on Eskom, SAA, taxation, government's debt and wage bill.

Eskom

Load shedding schedules for Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, and more

Feb 15 2019 12:12

Find your load shedding schedule for Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, Nelson Mandela Bay and Polokwane.

 

Analysis & Opinion

Opinion

Solly Moeng: Let's rewrite the script this year, Minister Mboweni

SA's economy needs to move away from "rebranders" and "resellers", says...

Opinion

The competition for school uniforms

The Competition Commission has again urged schools to adhere to the school...

Opinion

Budget: Expect a lengthy speech and little action

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni must walk the tightrope between being right...

Opinion

Wandile Sihlobo: Now the drought is coming for your peanut butter

We're producing, well, peanuts, says Wandile Sihlobo....

Opinion

Brexit means Facebook can breathe easy in Britain

Facebook might have one reason to be thankful for Brexit, says Alex Webb....

In other news

Private Property SA acquires Property Buyer Show

Feb 19 2019 21:44

Private Property South Africa has acquired the Property Buyer Show from media company Spintelligent.

WATCH: Honda to close UK car plant cutting 3 500 jobs

Feb 19 2019 21:15

Japanese carmaker Honda is set to announce the closure of its only British car plant in 2022 with the loss of 3 500 jobs, in the latest blow to the UK car industry as Brexit approaches.

Denel showcases innovative products

Feb 19 2019 21:15

Denel is attending a global defence exhibition in Abu Dhabi to explore new growth opportunities for business in the Middle East and North African countries.

Onomo announces 2nd Cape Town hotel

Feb 19 2019 19:01

African hotel group Onomo Hotels has announced the addition of its second Cape Town property, Signature Lux Waterfront by Onomo, into its portfolio.

Hong Kong stocks end lower

Feb 19 2019 10:54

Hong Kong stocks have ended lower as investors cautiously await the resumption of trade talks between China and the US later in the day.

How market expectations can move stock prices

Feb 17 2019 17:00

Market expectations can have an effect on a stock’s performance when these expectations are not met, writes investment expert Simon Brown. He offers some advice on how to gauge the market.

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Home is where the heart is…

Feb 18 2019 14:46

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