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Economy

INFOGRAPHIC: How SA stacks up on the Big Mac Index

Jul 22 2018 14:12

According to the latest Big Mac Index, the rand is undervalued by 25% - adjusted to GDP.

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      Zim's tobacco sales hit new record

      Jul 22 2018 17:25

      Zimbabwe is set to ease its foreign currency challenges after the country reported record breaking tobacco sales for the 2017/18 marketing season.

      Economy

      WATCH: IMF warns G20 that tariffs hurting economy

      Jul 22 2018 14:14

      The International Monetary Fund is warning world economic leaders that the recent wave of trade tariffs would significantly harm global growth.

      Economy

      Western Cape drought erodes SA status as wheat importer

      Jul 22 2018 13:29

      SA is traditionally a net importer of wheat, but the Western Cape drought resulted in an increase in wheat imports to the second-highest level on record, says Agbiz.

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      Wiese: This is the first time I've been sued by SARS

      Jul 22 2018 19:00

      SA billionaire businessman Christo Wiese maintains his tax affairs are in order and says this is the first time he has ever been sued by SARS.

      Economy

      State-actors blamed in Singapore cyberattack

      Jul 22 2018 13:27

      State-actors were likely behind Singapore's biggest ever cyberattack to date, security experts say, citing the scale and sophistication of the hack which hit medical data of about a quarter of the population.

      ICT

      The story behind Google's secret offer to settle EU's android probe

      Jul 22 2018 16:25

      European Union Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager coolly hit Google with a €4.3bn fine, the biggest penalty in the history of antitrust enforcement. But it didn’t have to be that way.

      Economy

      Calls for fuel levy cuts may fall on deaf ears

      Jul 22 2018 06:05

      The calls by political parties and civil society for cuts to the fuel levy and the Road Accident Fund levy could just be populist noise that might not get a hearing.

      Economy

      The UAE and its ties to SA

      Jul 22 2018 06:05

      Bilateral trade between the United Arab Emirates and South Africa reached 11.75 billion dirham (R43bn) last year, up 26% from 2016 figures, data shows.

      Economy

      Township and rural part of radical economic change, says Mabuza

      Jul 22 2018 06:05

      Deputy President David Mabuza says township and rural economies form part of calls for radical economic transformation in the country – but businesspeople warn it should not just pay lip service.

      Economy

      South Africa at nexus of multilateral discussions

      Jul 22 2018 06:05

      This year South Africa is at the nexus of a number of important global discussions and in its best position yet to champion the case for Africa, as well as its own domestic growth agenda.

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      Moyane wants Ramaphosa, Gordhan grilled at his disciplinary

      Jul 22 2018 06:01

      Suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane is demanding that President Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan appear before his disciplinary inquiry so they can face cross-examination.

      Economy

      Brics Summit no 'talkshop'

      Jul 22 2018 06:05

      The 10th Brics Summit, to be held in Johannesburg this week, will not be a mere talkshop, according to South Africa’s Brics ambassador, Anil Sooklal.

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      Five of SA's top financial brains, including SARB governor Lesetja Kganyago share their best savings habits.
       

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