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Matthew le Cordeur

Matthew le Cordeur

    S&P: Undermining key institutions could see South Africa downgraded to junk status
    S&P: Undermining key institutions could see South Africa downgraded to junk status
    Any attempt to undermine South Africa's key institutions like treasury would see the country likely downgraded to junk status, rating agency...
    Presidency expresses concern at ‘relentless public attacks’ on Zuma by mine bosses
    Presidency expresses concern at ‘relentless public attacks’ on Zuma by mine bosses
    The Presidency said it is concerned with the “relentless public attacks” on President Jacob Zuma, after AngloGold Ashanti chairperson Sipho...
    Zuma personally handling Gordhan, Moyane clash
    Zuma personally handling Gordhan, Moyane clash
    President Jacob Zuma is dealing personally with the tension between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and South African Revenue...
    Gordhan asks Hawks to clarify Sars 'rogue unit' probe
    Gordhan asks Hawks to clarify Sars 'rogue unit' probe
    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Wednesday informed the Hawks that he needs more time before responding to their questions regarding the alleged...
    Nersa approves 9.4% electricity price hike
    Nersa approves 9.4% electricity price hike
    The National Energy Regulator (Nersa) approved a 9.4% electricity hike for 2016-17 on Tuesday.
    Rand takes massive hit as Sars wars heat up
    Rand takes massive hit as Sars wars heat up
    Standard Bank Research said the “rand sacrificed most of the gains it had made since the end of January”, which analysts on Monday said was due...
    Outa takes aim at nuclear and SAA
    Outa takes aim at nuclear and SAA
    The group that has stood up against e-tolls is widening its scope to challenge poor governance, maladministration and corruption around South...
    Nene axed: Cabinet denies knowledge of secret nuclear dealings
    Nene axed: Cabinet denies knowledge of secret nuclear dealings
    President Jacob Zuma’s Cabinet has denied claims that it secretly approved the start of the nuclear procurement programme during its meeting just...
    Five reasons why SAA is experiencing turbulence
    Five reasons why SAA is experiencing turbulence
    The South African Airways (SAA) chairperson Dudu Myeni faced a grilling at a joint sitting of the finance and public enterprise committee in...
    Disgruntled staff SAA's top priority, says new boss
    Disgruntled staff SAA's top priority, says new boss
    The freshly appointed SAA acting chief executive has spoken his first words in the new role.
    No load-shedding until May, says Eskom head
    No load-shedding until May, says Eskom head
    It is likely there will be no load-shedding until at least May 2016, Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe said on Wednesday.
    Ditch outdated SA growth plans, says Eskom book author
    Ditch outdated SA growth plans, says Eskom book author
    Key policy documents to boost South Africa’s economy are outdated and need to be ditched, said the author of a new book about Eskom.