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Financial experts seem to agree that the Sarb will not raise rates on Thursday, but sounded a warning that the bank would be forced to do so at some point.
SPONSORED: While the headlines are filled with nuclear power proposals, the renewable energy sector is forging ahead, generating much needed new power capacity.
An environment must be created in South Africa where the transport industry is friendly to women, says Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters.
Changes in supply chain management have had an adverse impact on worker representation and decent work conditions in the transport and logistics sector, a report shows.
The time has come for less talk and more action regarding sustainable transport, Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters told Fin24.
The World Bank has approved a five-year plan to lend Tunisia up to $5 billion to support economic reforms aimed at reviving growth and creating jobs.
The "Oppenheimer Blue" has sold for over 56.8 million Swiss francs (R926m), including costs, crushing the previous record for the most expensive diamond ever sold at auction.
International ratings agencies are in town and they were treated to a public display of discord and discontent among senior members of government, says NKC African Economics analyst Gary van Staden.
Reacting to a warning by Acsa CEO Bongani Maseko, SAA Chairperson Dudu Myeni says the carrier has every intention of growing the OR Tambo hub, despite challenges.
Implats says two workers are still missing after a shat collapsed in the Rustenburg mine and operations have been suspended.
The government has failed to submit answering affidavits in its court case with activists regarding the non-submission of its Russian nuclear deal to Parliament.
Gas-fired power stations offer a speedy solution to SA’s electricity supply problems but the supply chain is complex, says an industry insider.
Retail trade sales rose by 2.8% year-on-year in March 2016, considerably lower than the market expectation of a 3.6% y/y increase in March, official data shows.
NUM says it expects wage talks with Eskom to fail after its members rejected a 5% pay hike as most workers demand an increase of 18%.
A Western Cape standing committee has raised concerns over food retailers profiting at the expense of the poor during the drought.
South Africa's annual consumer price inflation in April 2016 was 6.2%, Statistics South Africa has announced.
The Gupta family took centre stage yet again in Parliament during a debate on a bill to combat money laundering and financial terrorism.
Energy adviser Ted Blom says South Africa lost out on a 3% to 5% GDP growth since government introduced new policy tariffs for electricity.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s efforts to restore investor confidence in the economy and ward off a junk credit rating are being frustrated amid a so-called conspiracy against him.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says reports of his alleged imminent arrest have been extremely distressing for him and his family.