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Helmo Preuss

Helmo Preuss

    More than 31 000 jobs lost in June
    More than 31 000 jobs lost in June
    The human capital management group found that most sectors...
    SA February PPI seen steady at 5,5% y/y
    SA February PPI seen steady at 5,5% y/y
    South Africa's February 2005 producer price index (PPI) is expected to remain at January's 5,5% year-on-year (y/y) increase.
    SA nuclear firm awards design contract
    SA nuclear firm awards design contract
    The Pebble Bed Modular Reactor's (PBMR) fuel division announced on Wednesday that it had awarded a design contract worth R10,5-million to a South...
    Petrol price: Good news may be in store
    Petrol price: Good news may be in store
    The Department of Minerals and Energy could implement a retail petrol price cut of about 15 cents per litre (c/l) on March 1, given recent trends...
    Manuel tables conservative Budget
    Manuel tables conservative Budget
    South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel on Wednesday tabled a conservative Budget, eschewing corporate and individual income tax rate cuts,...
    Petrol price could drop by 12 cents a litre
    Petrol price could drop by 12 cents a litre
    The Department of Minerals and Energy could implement a retail petrol-price cut of about 12 cents per litre (c/l) on March 1, given recent trends...
    Petrol price could drop by 12 cents a litre
    Petrol price could drop by 12 cents a litre
    The Department of Minerals and Energy could implement a retail petrol-price cut of about 12 cents per litre (c/l) on March 1, given recent trends...
    Budget: Economists expect personal tax cut
    Budget: Economists expect personal tax cut
    Strong South African government revenue growth should allow Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel to cut personal taxes by about R20-billion when he...
    Economists expect no change in rates
    Economists expect no change in rates
    All economists surveyed by I-Net Bridge expect no change in interest rates at the end of the two-day meeting of the South African Reserve Bank's...
    Business leaders upbeat on SA growth
    Business leaders upbeat on SA growth
    Business leaders and economists are very upbeat in their expectations for South Africa's general economic prospects in years to come, the Bureau...
    No change expected in interest rates
    No change expected in interest rates
    All economists surveyed by I-Net Bridge expect no change in interest rates at the end of the two-day meeting of the South African Reserve Bank's...
    Exchange controls 'to be relaxed gradually'
    Exchange controls 'to be relaxed gradually'
    The National Treasury is unlikely to deviate from the path it has pursued since 1995, one of gradually dismantling exchange controls in a phased...