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Looming food insecurity in Zimbabwe - economist

Aug 18 2019 17:56

Hardships due to Zimbabwe's poor maize harvest are exacerbated by unstable economic conditions in the country, says Agbiz economist Wandile Sihlobo.


New debt relief bill poses a financial risk to economy and consumers

Aug 18 2019 09:36

The new debt relief bill could have dire unintended consequences, warned chief economist at the Efficient Group Dawie Roodt.


Sunday Read: Ferial Haffajee on the 5 lessons black business can learn from the Stellenbosch Mafia

Aug 18 2019 09:29

Pieter du Toit’s smash-hit book called The Stellenbosch Mafia was born out of a campaign against “white monopoly capital” which was started by the global multinational Bell Pottinger for the Gupta family.


Emigration sales intensify in Cape Town, foreign buyers play less prominent role - index

Aug 17 2019 07:15

Emigration sales have intensified in Cape Town and foreign buyers play a less prominent role in the Mother City's residential property market, FNB research shows.


UK court opens way for $9bn claim against Nigeria

Aug 17 2019 14:26

A British judge on Friday gave the green light for a tiny private firm to seize more than $9 billion in assets from the Nigerian government over a failed natural gas deal.


Court says former energy minister Jeff Radebe's ouster of Necsa board 'unlawful'

Aug 16 2019 19:14

The North Gauteng High Court on Friday ruled that the decision by former minister of energy Jeff Radebe to remove the board of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) was unlawful


Banks worried over new SA law giving clients debt relief

Aug 16 2019 18:03

South African banks are concerned that some of their customers will get away with not having to repay their debt.



Molefe must pay back R10m, Eskom pension fund confirms

Aug 16 2019 20:25

The Eskom Pension and Provident Fund has told Fin24 that it directed its attorneys to act in line with the ruling of the North Gauteng High Court, confirming that Molefe has less than a week to pay up.


Holy cow: The curious case of the Free State’s cattle donations

Aug 16 2019 16:30

MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development William Bulwane has said the provincial department donated a grand total of 178 head of cattle in one decade, valued at R815 200. In one instance, a cow was donated for the funeral of a government worker who is still alive.

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