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Lameez Omarjee

Lameez Omarjee

    October retail sales accelerate to 2.2%
    October retail sales accelerate to 2.2%
    Retail sales picked up in October, reflecting year-on-year growth of 2.2%, according to data from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA).
    November inflation ticks slightly higher to 5.2%
    November inflation ticks slightly higher to 5.2%
    November inflation ticked up to 5.2%, according to data released by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) on Wednesday.
    'Bad financial management' behind govt's delayed IT system — Mogajane
    'Bad financial management' behind govt's delayed IT system — Mogajane
    A forensic report into a delayed national IT system has recommended that treasury director general Dondo Mogajane take action against officials...
    ConCourt to hear Public Protector appeal on Bankorp costs ruling
    ConCourt to hear Public Protector appeal on Bankorp costs ruling
    The Constitutional Court is set to hear an application from Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane against a ruling which requires her to pay, in her...
    Land reform unlikely to influence S&P ratings decision — analysts
    Land reform unlikely to influence S&P ratings decision — analysts
    Developments in land reform will unlikely be a factor ratings agency Standard & Poor's will consider for South Africa's credit rating, according to...
    Leaked Eskom inquiry report is invalid until Parly committee adopts it – chair
    Leaked Eskom inquiry report is invalid until Parly committee adopts it – chair
    The leaked Eskom Inquiry report remains invalid until the public enterprises committee formally adopts it, chairperson Zukiswa Rantho has said.
    Ramaphosa: Selling SAA could collapse state coffers
    Ramaphosa: Selling SAA could collapse state coffers
    South African Airways (SAA) is so debt-laden that selling it now would make its debt payable immediately and possibly collapse the fiscus,...
    Transnet moves on from Gama, appoints acting group CEO
    Transnet moves on from Gama, appoints acting group CEO
    Transnet's board has appointed industry veteran Tau Morwe as acting group chief executive. Morwe will take over from former CEO Siyabonga...
    'Weak state entities a risk to SA's credit rating' — Moody's
    'Weak state entities a risk to SA's credit rating' — Moody's
    South Africa's credit rating would be downgraded if state owned enterprises (SOEs) raise government's debt burden, Moody's warned.
    SA's former finance ministers: Where they are now?
    SA's former finance ministers: Where they are now?
    Former Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni was sworn in as South Africa’s latest finance minister on Tuesday afternoon, after President Cyril...
    Lack of funding limits probes into auditors, MPs told
    Lack of funding limits probes into auditors, MPs told
    Limited funding is proving to be a challenge for the Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors (IRBA), tasked with investigating industry failures,...
    Minerals Council to engage with Mantashe over 'unresolved issues' in Mining Charter
    Minerals Council to engage with Mantashe over 'unresolved issues' in Mining Charter
    The Minerals Council of South Africa broadly supports the intentions and content of the new Mining Charter, but there are a few sticking points...