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Reserve Bank battle points to dangerous levels of intolerance
Reserve Bank battle points to dangerous levels of intolerance
What kind of financial system is sure to collapse if the central bank cares about people’s well-being?
Reserve Bank to seek urgent review of public protector's 'unlawful' remedial action
Reserve Bank to seek urgent review of public protector's 'unlawful' remedial action
A court battle is looming between the South African Reserve Bank and the public protector as the bank seeks an urgent review of the remedial...
Don’t push us around, Reserve Bank tells Gupta allies
Don’t push us around, Reserve Bank tells Gupta allies
The Reserve Bank and the registrar of banks said they cannot be strong-armed into approving an application for a Gupta business associate to...
Guptas' banking D-day looms
Guptas' banking D-day looms
As rumours swirled about the potential firing of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, the courtroom in which his declaratory order was heard was stuffed...
Debt gobbles teachers’ pensions
Debt gobbles teachers’ pensions
Almost 100 000 of the country’s 381 394 teachers have signed a petition calling on government to urgently amend the provisions of its pension...
Reserve Bank opposes Gupta associates' bank bid
Reserve Bank opposes Gupta associates' bank bid
The Reserve Bank has recommended rejecting a bid to buy Habib Overseas Bank’s local unit because of concerns about the source of two businesspeople’s income and tax declarations, according to government officials with knowledge of the matter....
Reserve Bank keeps benchmark repurchase rate unchanged at 7%
Reserve Bank keeps benchmark repurchase rate unchanged at 7%
The Reserve Bank kept borrowing costs unchanged for a fifth straight meeting even as inflation forecasts worsened.
Reserve Bank leaves repo rate unchanged, warns of risks to the rand
Reserve Bank leaves repo rate unchanged, warns of risks to the rand
The Reserve Bank left borrowing costs unchanged for a fourth straight meeting even as it warned risks to the rand and inflation may force it to...
Junk status is inevitable for South Africa, say economists
Junk status is inevitable for South Africa, say economists
Should South Africa avoid having its credit rating cut to junk in the next two weeks, it could just be staving off the inevitable.
Guptas claim to be 'delighted' at Gordhan court application
Guptas claim to be 'delighted' at Gordhan court application
The Gupta family has responded to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s revealing court affidavit, saying that there was nothing untoward in the...

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