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South Africa's April credit growth quickens to 9.35 % y/y

South Africa's private sector credit demand increased to 9.35 per cent year-on-year in April.
S.Africa's cabinet could cost taxpayers billions

South Africa minister rules Zuma not liable for home upgrades

Malema's EFF and DA vow to continue pestering President Jacob Zuma pay back the money.

China: Africa’s friend or foe?

China’s economic slowdown has affected its ability to finance loans to African countries.

South Africa says bribe allegations `baseless and untested'

SAFA has made a spirited defense over FIFA allegations saying S.Africa's bid was run, by among others, late president Nelson Mandela.

Malawi to spend $47 mln for maize: finance minister

Malawi plans to spend US$47 mln on maize purchases locally and abroad to address food shortages.
Lonmin posts solid results despite Marikana massacre

Mining & finance lift S.Africa’s GDP by 1.3% q/q

Real gross domestic product (GDP) at market prices increased by 1.3 per cent during the first quarter of 2015.
Trustco posts 28% revenue rise

S.Africa cenbank business indicator down 0.2 pct in March

The South African central bank's leading business cycle indicator fell 0.2 per cent month-on-month in March.

Zimbabweans go hungry as drought hammers southern Africa

President Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe go hungry as drought ravages the sub-region.
Different perspectives vital to solving global challenges

S.Africa's power utility Eskom to cut up to 1,000 MW on...

Eskom to shut off up to 1,000 megawatts of electricity from the national grid on Friday.

Government agrees to public wage increase

South Africa’s public sector unions have reached a wage agreement for a seven per cent increase.

African cities make it to the world's elite list

African cities are following close behind some of the top metropolitans suitable as alternatives for people looking to expand their horizons

Tiger Brands says executives manipulated numbers at Kenya unit

South Africa's Tiger Brands said on Wednesday executives at its Kenyan unit Haco Industries had manipulated numbers to reach targets.

Ramaphosa slashes charges by half, says e-tolls were a burden

Ramaphosa breathes a sign of relief to Gauteng motorists as he slashes tariffs.

S.Africa's April headline CPI rises to 4.5%

S.Africa's headline consumer inflation quickened to 4.5 percent year-on-year in April.

S.Africa to start 9,600 MW nuclear procurement process this year

South Africa will start the process to procure a nuclear fleet to generate 9,600 megawatts of power this year.

Oceana strikes major fishery acquisition

Oceana group has announced the acquisition of Daybrook Fisheries.
S.Africa's rand gains

South Africa probes global banks for FX price fixing

South Africa is investigating several global banks for fixing foreign exchange trades.

Black business hails Dti-SAA agreement

The Black Business Council has hailed the DTI & SAA MoU.

S.Africa’s sovereign rating stable despite political uncertainty: Moody’s

Ratings agency Moody’s sees South Africa’s sovereign rating as stable despite weak growth through 2017.

Bidvest offer for Adcock rejected

Bidvest Group's offer to buy all the shares it does not already own in Adcock Ingram was rejected by an overwhelming majority.
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