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Is SA ready for BoJo’s no-deal Brexit?
Is SA ready for BoJo’s no-deal Brexit?
The possibility of Britain crashing out of the European Union without divorce papers on October 31 is becoming more of a probability as the day...
Upturn in SA's balance of trade is not all good news, but will please rating agencies
Upturn in SA's balance of trade is not all good news, but will please rating agencies
South Africa’s second trade surplus two months in a row is a strangely positive development for an economy that is expected to record no growth...
Economic tides hurt small traders
Economic tides hurt small traders
Between the colourful houses of the Bo-Kaap in Cape Town, a small spice shop has been serving customers for the past 70 years. The spices are...
South Africa imports maize as stocks slump to nine-month low
South Africa imports maize as stocks slump to nine-month low
South Africa is importing yellow maize for the first time in 22 months as stocks of the grain declined to a nine-month low in January, agri-business Senwes has said....
Surge in exports is due to global growth, not the rand
Surge in exports is due to global growth, not the rand
Exports are expected to increase this year and may even outpace imports, but analysts believe the improvements should be attributed to global...
The politics of the potato chip
The politics of the potato chip
The South African frozen chip industry is waging an import tariff war against European markets, accusing them of snatching away new baskets of...

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