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Telkom to unveil 4.5G mobile technology at SATNAC

Telkom to unveil 4.5G mobile technology at SATNAC

The wide range of technical topics to be discussed at SATNAC, will take delegates deep into the future of the information technology sector.
Zambia in talks with IMF

Zambia in talks with IMF, plans to cut subsidies

“The money that is being injected into subsidies will be invested in growth areas of the economy"
IMF insists on international audit of Mozambique debt

IMF insists on international audit of Mozambique debt

The debt crisis and aid suspension has hit Mozambique hard, with its currency, the metical, losing nearly 40 percent against the dollar
S.Africa's FinMin Gordhan sees difficult political year for ruling party

South Africa's ruling party backs finance minister Gordhan

There has been speculation in local media that Gordhan could be charged over the investigation, but state prosecutors have denied the claims
S.A minister tells Eskom to release coal contracts report

S.A minister tells Eskom to release coal contracts report

Minister Brown concerned a public row between the Treasury and Eskom could lead to the utility being downgraded by credit rating agencies.
Zimbabwe stops hiring public workers as it struggles to pay

Zimbabwe charges 68 with violence after protests, activist denied bail

Zimbabwe magistrate court will rule today on whether the 68 people charged with public violence last week will be released from custody.
OUTA files complaint against Eskom with Competition Commission

S.African Treasury, Eskom row over coal contracts as government rifts deepen

Analysts say the tussle between Treasury and Eskom signals a prolonged dispute.
South Africa's drought recovery could be stalled by uncertain rain prospects

South Africa's drought recovery could be stalled by uncertain rain prospects

S. Africa's recovery from its worst drought in over century could be stalled as anticipated rain relief remains uncertain.
South Africa's rand weaker on firm dollar

South Africa's rand weaker on firm dollar, finmin woes

South Africa's rand weakened against the U.S. dollar in early trade on Tuesday, weighed down by a firm greenback.
OPINION: Medals

OPINION: Medals, spreads & hawks – a tale of two countries

Brazil probably resembles S. Africa the most, given its extreme income inequality, resource dependence, & sophisticated private sector.
South Africa's most valuable brands revealed

Oakbay Resources shares plunge after Guptas say to sell S.African holdings

The scandal-hit family, which is being investigated by the anti-corruption watchdog of holding undue political sway over President Zuma.
South Africa to add 7

SA National Treasury's vs Eskom: Both sides of the story

National Treasury has also noted with concern the statement issued by Eskom on Sunday 28 August 2016.
South Africa's national carrier asks lenders for $1 billion

South Africa's national carrier asks lenders for $1 billion

South Africa's cash-strapped national carrier plans to raise 16 billion rand ($1 billion).
What investors controlling trillions of dollars wanted to know about S.A

South Africa's finance minister to be charged for graft -City Press

Thirty witnesses had been lined up to testify against Gordhan and three former officials from the South African Revenue Service (SARS) according to South African newspaper, City Press.
S.African economist Chris Hart on why he resigned from Standard Bank

Guptas to sell South African businesses

The Gupta family on Saturday announced its intention to sell its shareholding in its South African businesses by the end of the year.
S.Africa's FinMin Gordhan sees difficult political year for ruling party

South Africa's credit rating could be cut to junk

"The probe raises doubt about whether Mr Gordhan has the political space to implement much needed fiscal reforms."
Zambia IMF programme still likely but timing uncertain

Zambia IMF programme still likely but timing uncertain

Edgar Lungu said after the Zambian vote that "tough decisions will be made" to support growth and control expenditure.

Anti-Mugabe protest in Zimbabwe turns violent with police clashes

Mugabe's opponents have become emboldened by rising public anger and protests over an economic meltdown, cash shortages & high unemployment.
Gauteng’s best audit report in 13 years

Gauteng’s best audit report in 13 years

Gauteng receives best report from the Auditor General in 13 years.
OPINION: The country’s common interest should always come first

OPINION: The country’s common interest should always come first

The ongoing dispute between the Ministry of Finance and South African Revenue Service places S.A's new-found confidence at risk.
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