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  • All Share51,550.00
     
    -0.13%
    Financial 1514,633.00
     
    -0.39%
    Industrial 2558,750.00
     
    -0.57%
  • ZAR/EUR14.09
     
    -0.44%
    ZAR/GBP17.77
     
    -0.61%
    ZAR/USD10.50
     
    -0.05%
  • Brent Crude Oil107.0
     
    -0.89%
    GOLD USD/oz1,296.0
     
    0.25%
    Platinum USD/oz1,470.7
     
    0.11%
Price%Change
JSE All Share Index51,550.00Down-0.13%
JSE Financial 1514,633.00Down-0.39%
JSE Industrial 2558,750.00Down-0.57%
JSE Resources 1060,439.00Up0.81%
JSE Top 4046,385.00Down-0.13%
Price%Change
ZAR/EUR14.09Down-0.44%
ZAR/GBP17.77Down-0.61%
ZAR/USD10.50Down-0.05%
Price%Change
Brent Crude Oil107.0Down-0.89%
GOLD USD/oz1,296.0Up0.25%
Platinum USD/oz1,470.7Up0.11%

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  • Why are gold & copper underperforming?

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:43:24 GMT

    Today Closing Bell is discussing gold stocks and the value of investing in gold coins but now we look at the commodity of gold itself. To explain why gold and copper have both underperformed this year CNBC Africa is joined by Dan Smith, CEO of Dan Smith Commodities Research.

    Are gold coins a viable investment?

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:16:11 GMT

    For a look into alternative investments, a Kruger-rand bought for almost 11 000 rand in 2011 is now worth almost 15-thousand-Rand which is a 34-percentage increase in four years. CNBC Africa's Christine Mhundwa files this report on investing in gold coins.

    South Sudan's "two-step budget"

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 13:53:15 GMT

    This time last year, the Government of South Sudan put forward what it described as a "two-step budget" that would boost social services and economic growth "in a responsible manner." But according to Richard Nield, a closer look at the figures reveals that this is anything but an austerity budget. He joins CNBC Africa for more.

    Bank of Namibia grants a provisional licence to Letshego

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014 13:35:17 GMT

    The Bank of Namibia announced it has granted a provisional licence to Letshego Bank Namibia for authorisation to establish a banking institution. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Shawn Bruwer, Letshego Group Deputy MD.

  • Shareholders approve Rand Refinery’s loan facility

    25/07/2014 14:34:58

    Rand Refinery has announced that its shareholders have approved a 1.2 billion rand irrevocable, subordinated loan facility.

    Lonmin begins its post-strike rebuilding process

    25/07/2014 11:05:14

    Lonmin slowly begins to return to its full production capacity after suffering severely from South Africa’s longest and costliest strike.

    Anglo to concentrate on most valuable assets

    25/07/2014 10:59:18

    Anglo American has said that it will be focusing its attention on the assets that offer it the greatest source of value.

    Kenya shilling holds steady as NSE begins offer for IPO sale

    24/07/2014 13:34:55

    The Kenyan shilling traded steadily against the dollar closing at 87.80/90 to the dollar on Thursday.

  • BRICS bank a milestone for developing countries

    17/07/2014 14:49:49

    The creation of the BRICS bank and the CRA is a significant milestone, South Africa’s Ministry of Finance has said.

    BRICS set up bank to counter Western hold on global finances

    16/07/2014 11:42:40

    Leaders of the BRICS emerging market nations launched a 100 billion dollar development bank and a currency reserve pool.

    Update on BRICS New Development Bank

    16/07/2014 10:13:13

    Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) have signed an Agreement in relation to the functioning of their New Development Bank.

    Outcome of BRICS trade ministers meeting

    15/07/2014 13:25:10

    BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) trade ministers met in Fortaleza on Monday ahead of the sixth BRICS summit.

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