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Lynley Donnelly  

Lynley Donnelly  

    Eskom set to receive a fast-tracked R59bn in the coming two years
    Eskom set to receive a fast-tracked R59bn in the coming two years
    The bailout for Eskom this financial year is set to total R49-billion, rising to R56-billion for the following year.
    Sanral is still facing e-toll hole
    Sanral is still facing e-toll hole
    As the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) continues to struggle with the hole that unpaid e-tolls have left on its books, expectations...
    Reserve Bank cuts repo rate
    Reserve Bank cuts repo rate
    In a move that will bring some relief to consumers the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) cut its repo rate on Thursday to 6.5%
    Another hurdle in competition commission's forex case
    Another hurdle in competition commission's forex case
    The long-running case between the Competition Commission and 23 local and international banks over foreign exchange manipulation has hit another...
    Was Edcon saved to secure votes?
    Was Edcon saved to secure votes?
    Former Public Investment Corporation (PIC) boss Dan Matjila’s allegation — that he was ousted for his resistance to the deal that saved...
    Greener cars have truly electrifying potential
    Greener cars have truly electrifying potential
    ‘I’ve always been a car guy. My father was a car guy and I’m a car guy,” says Adriaan Turgel, who is sitting in his office on a bright,...
    Kganyago, Mboweni back the SARB’s independence and monetary policy stance
    Kganyago, Mboweni back the SARB’s independence and monetary policy stance
    In a joint statement released on Thursday afternoon, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni and South African Reserve Bank (SARB) governor Lesetja Kganyago,...
    Reserve Bank could sell its stake in African Bank in two years
    Reserve Bank could sell its stake in African Bank in two years
    The South Africa Reserve Bank (SARB) is likely to sell its stake of African Bank in the coming two years, provided the bank is financially sound...
    Another town bites the dust
    Another town bites the dust
    If you want an example of how the country’s municipalities are battling to stay afloat, look no further than Lekwa municipality in Mpumalanga,...
    Prescribed assets a ‘bad call’
    Prescribed assets a ‘bad call’
    As the country’s state-owned entities (SOEs) buckle under the weight of their debt — and reap the results of years of mismanagement and...
    Just implementing existing plans will mark a ‘revolution’ in the state — Patel
    Just implementing existing plans will mark a ‘revolution’ in the state — Patel
    In Thursday’s State of the Nation Address (Sona) — which observers have criticised as long on vision and short on steps to implement it...
    Libra: How Zucked are we really?
    Libra: How Zucked are we really?
    Almost two Chinas. This is the number of people who use Facebook’s platforms. If just half of them used Libra, the Facebook-led digital currency...