Anathi Madubela

Woolworths, Shoprite, Spar test consumers’ resilience with higher prices

High inflationary pressures are set to be put to consumers as retailers and food producers alike warn of impending storm

Government extends R1.50 general fuel levy reprieve, but also announces steep price increases from June 1

The retail price of petrol will rise by up to R2.43 a litre from Wednesday

Petrol industry association warns of steep fuel hikes unless government extends levy reprieve

Petrol industry association warns of steep fuel hikes unless government extends levy reprieve

Massmart will not be profitable as long as it keeps Game, analysts say

Walmart bought Massmart in 2011 and over the past 10 years the share price of the group has decreased by 80%.

Explainer: Why it is difficult to mine in South Africa

The Fraser Institute's annual survey of mining companies is not entirely wrong, South Africa is a difficult place to mine, say analysts

Reserve Bank hikes repo rate for fourth consecutive time amid inflation concerns

Economic and financial conditions are expected to remain more volatile for the foreseeable future, says central bank

Strike looms at Sars over 0% wage increase

The revenue collector says it is unable to offer its 12 479 staff any salary increase, leading Nehawu and others to announce strike action

Ubank placed under curatorship effective immediately

Reserve Bank says depositors will still have access to money and the bank will be operational during the process

Reserve Bank may hike interest rates by 50 bps on Thursday

This week a spotlight is shone on a potential interest rate hike, inflation statistics and retail trade sales

Energy transition from coal will cost jobs, Mantashe says

The ‘coal fundamentalist’ energy minister says more research on cleaner coal is needed

Ramaphosa: Government working to cut red tape for registration of new power projects

Even as South Africa grapples with rolling blackouts, the president says there has been progress made in electricity generation by mining and other sectors

Mantashe sings praises of clean coal but warns it does not ‘fall from the sky’

The minister of mineral resources and energy has long defended South Africa’s continued use of coal

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