Infrastructure investment 'starting to happen' – Afrimat

30 Oct 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Company says it is seeing the green shoots of government's efforts.

Black Friday: Online sales expected to increase this year

30 Oct 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
It's happening on Friday, November 27.

MTN raises R2.3bn from sale of Jumia stake

30 Oct 2020  / Emma Rumney, Reuters
Telco sells 18.9% stake.

Numsa: SAA funding 'is a massive relief'

29 Oct 2020  / Nompu Siziba
SAA members will now be paid out their voluntary severance packages after a long period of intense hardship: Numsa spokesperson Phakamile Hlubi-Majola.

Black-female-led energy companies team up to save National School of the Arts

29 Oct 2020  / Nompu Siziba
DLO founder Linda Mabhena-Olagunju, together with energy partners Sula and iThokazi, are taking this opportunity to give back to those who helped them succeed as black entrepreneurs in SA.
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The #MTBPS2020 in five charts

29 Oct 2020  / Larry Claasen
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has to walk a fine fiscal line.

This is where SAA got its R10.5bn from

29 Oct 2020  / Adriaan Kruger
Police lost R1.1bn of its budget, primary schools lost R276m and even people with disabilities had to contribute.

SA’s waning economic fortunes demand harsh policy adjustments

29 Oct 2020  / Michael Sachs
Who will bear the brunt?

Aarto to hit e-toll defaulters

29 Oct 2020  / Moneyweb
And impose huge levies with every traffic fine.

SA risks default with government's rate of borrowing

29 Oct 2020  / Ciaran Ryan
MTBPS: The good, the bad and the missing.

Mboweni confirms R100bn allocation to infrastructure spending

29 Oct 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Over 10 years, with R18bn over the medium term.

There are still opportunities in local shares

29 Oct 2020  / Adriaan Kruger
Has a 'shrinking' JSE forced investors to flee offshore?

Tax takeaways from the mid-term budget

28 Oct 2020  / Ryk van Niekerk
One hopes that all parties realise the need to make sacrifices: Sars Commissioner Edward Kieswetter.

Treasury defends SAA bailout as it seeks partners

29 Oct 2020  / Prinesha Naidoo, Bloomberg
Says setting it on the path to recovery will entice private shareholders.

Sanral is unable to meet its financing obligations

29 Oct 2020  / Roy Cokayne
It isn't generating enough cash from its toll portfolio to settle future operational costs and debt.

Government finances on the brink of disaster

29 Oct 2020  / Adriaan Kruger
Alarming drop in tax revenues and ever-growing expenditure are sending debt to unsustainable levels.

Webinar recap: Making sense of the mid-term budget

29 Oct 2020  / Moneyweb
This discussion with Dr Adrian Saville, Dr Iraj Abedian, Sizakele Marutlulle, Dr Azar Jammine and Ryk van Niekerk followed the MTBPS announcement.

Mboweni finally moves to slash government wage bill

28 Oct 2020  / Suren Naidoo
To bring SA’s debt and budget deficit under control.



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  It is obvious to me that soon we will have 80% unlicenced drivers and unlicensed vehicles on the road. There is a 19 % compliance of e toll payment and government instead of realizing they are there to serve the people, insist on a power play and with Aarto want to enforce it using lic...  


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