Brics bank to boost SA loans by as much as R8bn

2018-07-20 08:08

The New Development Bank plans to lend as much as R8bn more in South Africa this year in an effort to level the playing field among its five member states.

SARB rate decision good news for property market - expert

2018-07-19 21:00

Four property experts give their views on the current state of the SA property market, where the opportunities are and what the latest SARB rates decision means for the industry.

SOEs will keep bleeding unless national interest comes first - Gordhan

2018-07-19 17:11

The process of 'recapturing' SOEs is well underway - but all involved must work together or they will continue to bleed, says Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan.

'Expensive disaster' - Business body slams scrapping of CT Foreshore development plan

2018-07-19 06:15

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it is concerned about the impact of the City of Cape Town's decision to cancel its request for proposals for the development of the Foreshore Freeway Precinct.

SA trade conditions worsen – survey

2018-07-17 22:30

Trade conditions in South Africa deteriorated further in June 2018, according to the latest Trade Activity Index (TAI) released by the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci).

Huge disconnect between SA consumer confidence and economic reality, index shows

2018-07-17 14:00

Should economic growth fail to improve in line with consumers’ lofty expectations, frustrations will likely grow and dissatisfaction may set in, the latest FNB/BER consumer confidence index shows.

Tristan Naidoo, Old Mutual Personal Finance legal advisor, sheds some light on RIFS, a new term used to describe recently independent, financially strapped millennials.

Tristan Naidoo, Old Mutual Personal Finance legal advisor, sheds some light on RIFS, a new term used to describe recently independent, financially strapped millennials.

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Davies calls for Trump tariff exemptions, warns against car levies

2018-07-16 13:24

The Minister of Trade and Industry says he has made the case that imports of steel and aluminium from SA would not impact US national security, at a meeting with his US counterparts in Washington DC.

New facility aims to boost trade for SA firms in Africa

2018-07-16 12:37

South Africa has launched a $1bn (R13.2bn) trade facility to help local businesses that want to find new markets in the rest of the continent.

Jo'burg second-most expensive for millennial lifestyle - study

2018-07-15 15:29

Johannesburg came out as second-most expensive for the millennial lifestyle in 2018 among 11 cities in the world ranked by Swiss group UBS.


'Is Cape Town open for business?' - Property forum after Foreshore project is cancelled

2018-07-20 06:15

'We are interested in bids being awarded, in investment being made,' says the chair of the WC Property Development Forum in reaction to the cancellation of the Foreshore Freeway Precinct.

Kganyago: We will all be losers in trade wars

2018-07-19 19:01

Small open economies like South Africa are likely to suffer from global trade wars, Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago has said.

Analysts expect SA Reserve Bank to keep repo rate unchanged

2018-07-19 06:45

SARB Governor Lesetja Kganyago will announce on Thursday afternoon whether interest rates will be adjusted.

Retail trade sales, inflation mean SARB likely to keep rates steady - analysts

2018-07-18 16:18

Weak retail sales and a better-than-expected June inflation number suggest the SARB may keep interest rates unchanged, says an FNB analyst.

Ramaphosa: ANC rejects state ownership of all SA land

2018-07-17 15:39

South Africa’s ruling party "rejects the notion" that all the nation’s land be owned by the state, President Cyril Ramaphosa has said.

Ramaphosa first trying for re-election, then business confidence - economist

2018-07-17 13:10

When President Cyril Ramaphosa was elected, analysts were hopeful that economic conditions would quickly improve - but one has to be realistic, says an economist.

SARS pulling out all stops to reverse Moyane 'near disasters' - accounting body

2018-07-16 20:21

The 'near disastrous' SARS operating model under suspended commissioner Tom Moyane has led to a "decline in tax morality and revenue collections", says the SA Institute of Professional Accountants.

Fuel prices set to again increase in August - AA

2018-07-16 13:02

Current data from the Central Energy Fund suggests a price rise for petrol, diesel, and illuminating paraffin at the beginning of August, the Automobile Association has warned.

Ramaphosa downplays hope of a quick fix for cost of high fuel, VAT

2018-07-16 06:27

The president has given ministers in the economic cluster a two-week deadline to come up with measures to ease the burden of high fuel prices and the VAT hike on already struggling consumers.

Weak rand not just because of 'trade war' - OUTA

2018-07-13 22:41

The rand’s weakness cannot solely be blamed on the US trade war, says the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse.

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