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All Share49,002.00
 
0.73%
Financial 1513,789.00
 
0.19%
Industrial 2555,494.00
 
0.48%
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ZAR/EUR14.66
 
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ZAR/GBP17.79
 
1.18%
ZAR/USD10.63
 
1.29%
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-0.45%
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-0.65%
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Court postpones case against Pinnacle executive

A South African court postponed until July the case against a director of mid-cap technology firm Pinnacle Holdings.

24/04/2014 12:01:38

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    The Centre for Social Justice in a recent statement has called the proposed scrapping of the Fiscal Responsibility Commission "a step in the wrong direction". The Orosanye Committee earlier recommended the scrapping of the FRC and the transfer of the powers and duties of the Commission to the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission. Eze Onyekpere, Lead Director Centre for Social Justice joins CNBC Africa for more on this issue.

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    Fri, 11 Apr 2014 13:49:32 GMT

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