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The power grid continues to be constrained and power cuts are possible should anything unexpected happen, says Eskom.
Stats SA has confirmed that the consumer price inflation has dropped to 5.3% in December 2014 from 5.8% in November 2014.
Oil prices are unlikely to fall further after a plunge since June, says the Iraqi Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
Potential investors need to be properly informed of change, says Malcom Sharara.
Australian wine exports to China have rebounded last year as sales of cheaper wines gained traction, bucking a regional shift towards high-end tipples.
Zimbabwe's gold mining firms are making losses due to weak bullion prices and could collapse, warns the Chamber of Mines.
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Senior European executives have largely given up hope of an economic upturn this year, according to a survey released by consultants PwC.
The Bank of Japan has cut its estimates for inflation to 1.0% for the next financial year, half its 2% target.
Legislation affecting the mining industry which has been referred back to the national assembly may open up a review of “open-ended” elements of ministerial discretion.
The United Nations has released Zimbabwe's unemployment figures which show that formal employment is on the decline.
The CPI was set to slow to 5.3% year-on-year in December from 5.8% in November, according to Fin24 inflation expert Riyadh Bhyat.
Conscientious civil disobedience is morally justified when government ignores the will of the people on an unjust and irrational policy, says Outa.
Mangoes from India can once again be imported into the EU, the bloc's executive body says after the country made progress on ensuring that the fruit is free of pests.
The economic impact of Ebola on African economies in 2015 will be less severe than previously thought, the World Bank says.
The Public Servants Association is concerned about the slow pace of public service wage negotiations and the effect on government’s budgeting processes.
Malaysia has trimmed its 2015 growth forecast and says the fiscal deficit would be bigger than expected after a dip in oil prices hit petroleum exporting nations.
The National Union of Mineworkers claims striking workers have agreed to return to work, ending a week-long work stoppage at Northam Platinum's biggest mine.
President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting, the presidency says.
The DA has welcomed Eskom's decision not to take part in the World Economic Forum in Davos, but is calling into question its claims of not being a sponsor.