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The decision by Moody's not to update its ratings on SA's sovereign debt is a reminder of government's urgent to do list, the CEO Initiative and the Banking Association of SA have said.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says he hopes Moody's will consider recent improvements when it makes its decision on the country's credit rating.
Government policies will never change midstream unless the people of South Africa are affected, says Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo.
South Africa’s credit rating outlook has been cut to negative by Moody’s, which said the country faces “prolonged” slow growth and increasing political pressures.
The rand has dipped to its weakest level in over four weeks against the US dollar after a Moody's downgrade.
After the roll-out of e-tolling in Gauteng, Moody's has confirmed Sanral's rating with a negative outlook, according to a report.
Ratings agency Moody's has said that government's financial support to embattled power utility Eskom and the announcement of recent electricity tariffs by the National Energy Regulator of SA may prove 'insufficient to address the company's long-standing financial troubles'.
Moody's decision to skip the assessment of South Africa's credit rating is good news for the rand, analysts have said.
Moody’s has listed seven recent key events as it warned of a gradual erosion of the nation’s institutional strength.
An independent investment analyst reckons most commentators missed the entire point of what ratings agencies do and how they affect our lives. He sets the record straight.
Moody's says that it has been placing Greece's government bond rating on review for downgrade as the agency warned that there was great uncertainty.
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