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Repo rate stays put amid concerns over growth
Repo rate stays put amid concerns over growth
The South African Reserve Bank left the repo rate unchanged at 6.5% on Thursday. However, governor Lesetja Kganyago warned of upward pressure on...
Repo rate remains unchanged — Reserve Bank
Repo rate remains unchanged — Reserve Bank
The SA Reserve Bank's monetary policy committee has left the repo rate unchanged at 6.5% in a unanimous decision.
Higher fuel prices help push June Consumer Price Index to 4.6%
Higher fuel prices help push June Consumer Price Index to 4.6%
South Africa's Consumer Price Index (CPI) ticked up to 4.6 % in June from 4.4% the previous month, with transport costs being one of the key...
Gordhan: A decade of officials' conduct to be probed in lifestyle audits
Gordhan: A decade of officials' conduct to be probed in lifestyle audits
A decade of conduct will come under the microscope in lifestyle audits that will probe government and state-owned enterprise heavyweights active...
Manyi files for liquidation of Afro Voice
Manyi files for liquidation of Afro Voice
Correction: A previous version of this Fin24 article erroneously claimed court papers had been filed for the liquidation of both Afro...
Post office yields to critical union demands
Post office yields to critical union demands
As the South African Post Office strike is now well into its second week, union leaders are confident wage talks are nearing their conclusion.
SAIPA: Sars is pulling out all stops to reverse Moyane 'near disasters'
SAIPA: Sars is pulling out all stops to reverse Moyane 'near disasters'
The "near-disastrous" changes to the South African Revenue Service (Sars) operating model under the management of suspended commissioner Tom Moyane...
Fuel prices set to increase again in August — AA
Fuel prices set to increase again in August — AA
South Africans can expect another increase in the price of petrol, diesel and illuminating paraffin in August, the Automobile Association (AA) warned on Monday....
Troubled North West gets help from UN team
Troubled North West gets help from UN team
North West Premier Job Mokgoro will on Monday welcome a technical team from the United Nations to assist the province to recover.
Still no deal in Eskom wage negotiations
Still no deal in Eskom wage negotiations
Eskom and the unions representing workers have not yet reached a wage deal, nearly a month after negotiations began.
Reserve Bank honours Madiba centenary with new banknotes
Reserve Bank honours Madiba centenary with new banknotes
As of Friday, South Africans can expect to see a new five rand coin as well as new banknotes at local ATMs and vendors. The South African Reserve...
VBS: Widows and orphans may lose out
VBS: Widows and orphans may lose out
The recovery of all the money meant for widows and orphans of former mineworkers from embattled VBS Mutual Bank is in serious doubt, it emerged...
Cut red tape so that small business is enabled and encouraged
Cut red tape so that small business is enabled and encouraged
It’s no secret that South Africa, along with many emerging economies globally, is struggling to tackle the triple challenges of poverty,...
SMEs hobbled by funding gap
SMEs hobbled by funding gap
Small businesses are routinely cited as the answer to South Africa’s stubborn 26.7% unemployment rate. But startups, micro-enterprises, and small...

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