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JSE All Share Index47,947.00Down-0.55%
JSE Financial 1513,480.00Down-0.43%
JSE Industrial 2554,498.00Down-0.53%
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JSE Top 4043,054.00Down-0.48%
All Share47,947.00
 
-0.55%
Financial 1513,480.00
 
-0.43%
Industrial 2554,498.00
 
-0.53%
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ZAR/EUR14.57Up0.12%
ZAR/GBP17.65Up0.57%
ZAR/USD10.53Up0.4%
ZAR/EUR14.57
 
0.12%
ZAR/GBP17.65
 
0.57%
ZAR/USD10.53
 
0.4%
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GOLD USD/oz1,300.3Down-1.91%
Platinum USD/oz1,435.0Down-2.11%
Brent Crude Oil110.0
 
2.49%
GOLD USD/oz1,300.3
 
-1.91%
Platinum USD/oz1,435.0
 
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Top banks fined over anti-money laundering laws

South Africa's Reserve Bank said it had fined the country's top four banks a total of 125 million rand over lax anti-money laundering controls.

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    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 07:43:59 GMT

    An estimated 1.8 billion dollars is lost each year by Africans living abroad who are sending money home. This due to the high costs involved. Joining CNBC Africa to explain more is Kevin Watkins, Executive Director of the Overseas Development Institute.

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