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Bank keeps the repo rate on hold
21/11/2014 1:06
Bank keeps the repo rate on holdSOUTH Africans can approach Christmas with a sigh of a relief as the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee (MPC) left the repo rate unchanged at 5.75% yesterday.
Residential buildings lift sector
20/11/2014 20:01
Residential buildings lift sectorThe real value of recorded building plans passed, at constant 2010 prices, increased by 2.2 percent year-on-year during January to September this year, Statistics SA said.
Government mulling SAA partner
21/11/2014 1:22
WHETHER the government takes on a strategic business partner for embattled carrier South African Airways (SAA) remains under discussion, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said yesterday.
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Inflation increased 'more rapidly': surveyInflation increased 'more rapidly': survey
21/11/2014 14:58
Inflation over the past year increased "more rapidly" compared to the previous five years, according to a survey released on Friday.
 
Zim has investment potential: ministerZim has investment potential: minister
21/11/2014 11:06
Zimbabwe has investment potential for South Africa, with a diversity of resources, Zimbabwe Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Friday.
 
Government mulling SAA partnerGovernment mulling SAA partner
21/11/2014 1:22
WHETHER the government takes on a strategic business partner for embattled carrier South African Airways (SAA) remains under discussion, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said yesterday.
 
Bank keeps the repo rate on holdBank keeps the repo rate on hold
21/11/2014 1:06
SOUTH Africans can approach Christmas with a sigh of a relief as the Reserve Bank’s monetary policy committee (MPC) left the repo rate unchanged at 5.75% yesterday.
 
Residential buildings lift sectorResidential buildings lift sector
20/11/2014 20:01
The real value of recorded building plans passed, at constant 2010 prices, increased by 2.2 percent year-on-year during January to September this year, Statistics SA said.
 
SAA remains under discussion: Minister Lynne BrownSAA remains under discussion: Minister Lynne Brown
20/11/2014 10:21
Whether or not government takes on a strategic business partner for embattled carrier SAA remains under discussion, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said on Thursday.
 
Top platinum miners join forces to tap investorsTop platinum miners join forces to tap investors
19/11/2014 18:04
The world's top platinum producers are teaming up to try to increase the metal's standing as an investment asset and not just a primary material, the group's representative.
 
3.8 million South Africans had submitted their tax returns:SARS3.8 million South Africans had submitted their tax returns:SARS
18/11/2014 17:05
By Tuesday morning, 3.8 million South Africans had submitted their tax returns, the SA Revenue Service (SARS) said.
 
Telkom fixed-line revenue continues its free-fallTelkom fixed-line revenue continues its free-fall
18/11/2014 9:02
Telkom continues to be haunted by its declining fixed-line business but efficiency gains have produced better looking margins during the six months ended September.
 
Taxi strikes hampering economic drive: JCCITaxi strikes hampering economic drive: JCCI
17/11/2014 17:04
Taxi strikes like the one that left commuters stranded in Johannesburg on Monday are hampering the country's economic drive, the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) said.
 
Food, beverage income increased in SeptemberFood, beverage income increased in September
17/11/2014 16:39
The total income generated by the food and beverages industry increased by 5.4 percent in September 2014, compared to September 2013, Statistics SA (Stats SA) said on Monday.
 
Analysis: Is our economy in danger of suffering Dutch Disease?Analysis: Is our economy in danger of suffering Dutch Disease?
17/11/2014 12:20
There is nothing wrong with extracting minerals. In fact there is nothing wrong with having a large base of natural resources sitting at the bottom of the earth waiting to be extracted and used productively.
 
Moyane suspends SARS exco's advisory roleMoyane suspends SARS exco's advisory role
16/11/2014 12:46
The SA Revenue Service confirmed on Sunday that commissioner Tom Moyane had halted his executive committee's advisory duties.
 
About 73% of South African consumers did not feel in control: IndexAbout 73% of South African consumers did not feel in control: Index
12/11/2014 14:19
About 73% of South African consumers did not feel in control of their financial situation in the third quarter of 2014, according to the MBD Consumer Financial Vulnerability Index released on Wednesday.
 
Township houses prices higher: FNBTownship houses prices higher: FNB
10/11/2014 13:27
House price growth in former black townships, as classified during apartheid, marginally outperformed homes in former white suburbs in the third quarter of 2014, First National Bank said on Monday.
 
 

 




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