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The signing of a peace accord on Wednesday has brought little comfort to Lonmin investors - as workers at Marikana mine continue to stay away.
The Competition Commission and Sasol have been slugging it out over alleged price-fixing in the domestic market.
The South African Reserve Bank has announced it would stick to its accommodative stance on monetary policy.
"The growth figures underline the fragile nature of recovery. Further easing in monetary policy is still possible if growth disappoints again".
Stephen Goodson has been on the South African Reserve Bank's board from 2003. He holds extremist views on Hitler's Germany and Gaddafi's Libya.
Julius Malema is being helped to foment his "mining revolution" by ANC backers, according to senior youth league figures who continue to support him.
The rand has hit its weakest levels in three and a half years as a result of ongoing unrest in the mining and transport sectors.
It appears the electronic tolling of Gauteng's freeways will indeed go ahead in 2013 after the North Gauteng High Court ruled in its favour.