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An indication of an increase in rates by the ECB could mean emerging economies’ equity markets like the JSE are likely to perform well, says an expert.
A Scottish vote for independence from the United Kingdom this month could have serious consequences for the Scottish and UK economies.
The SA Post Office has suffered a R2.1bn financial loss as a result of the irregular awarding of tenders, according to a report.
Africa's energy industry could soar in the coming years, with Mozambique and Tanzania set to emerge as new frontiers if they can attract investment, a report says.
Is war between Russia and the West inevitable, asks Leopold Scholtz.
Sanral has been asked to comment on the original socio-economic objectives of e-tolls, says the Gauteng roads and transport portfolio committee.
Ukraine will buy one million tonnes of coal from South Africa because the military conflict in its Donbass region has disrupted domestic coal production.
The Constitutional Court will hear an application by Numsa for leave to appeal a Labour Appeal Court order in an unfair dismissal case.
The SA Revenue Service says senior official Johann van Loggerenberg has been placed on special leave pending a probe into allegations of misconduct.
Business sentiment has bounced back from a 15-year low, helped by the resolution of labour strikes and easing consumer price pressures, a survey shows.
Ukraine has limited electricity supplies to consumers in Crimea and threatens to cut power altogether if quotas were breached.
Revenues from Egypt's Suez Canal has reached $508m in August, the highest monthly level in history, Suez Canal Authority chairperson says.
Irish services activity has grown in August at a rate just shy of the seven-year high hit in June, shows a survey.
President Jacob Zuma has played down the loss of 122 000 jobs in the first quarter of 2014, ascribing this to “seasonal factors”.
The HSBC Purchasing Managers' Index has risen to 51.1 in August from 46.4 in July, snapping a four-month contraction after the resolution of a protracted strike.
Westinghouse Electric SA has filed an urgent application to see documents relating to Eskom's awarding of a R4bn Koeberg tender to French firm Areva, says a report.
The United States and Japan were pipped at the post by Switzerland in the World Economic Forum's ranking of the 10 most competitive economies last year.
The new Special Economic Zone Act will boost FDI, says Coega's Chris Mashigo.
Without ‘user say’, the ‘user pay' principle is flawed and gives strong grounds for defiance as can be seen in the e-toll 'debacle', says Outa.
The South African medical schemes industry is stable but growth is worrying, the Council for Medical Schemes says.