Inquiry into governance at the PIC begins

The much-anticipated inquiry will delve into allegations of misconduct and corruption.

SA is ready for business (again), says energy minister

Jeff Radebe says the SA delegation’s message is clear at this year’s World Economic Forum.

Why banks need to radically rethink fees

Banking fees are also too complicated for consumers to compare.

White maize, sunflower suffers most from drought

Although the drought in the Western Cape is over, there are still areas in SA that are in crisis.

Market was a ‘festival of commissions’

Alsi closes 0.75% higher, on the back of industrials and resources ticking up.

Insurance for each life stage

A needs-based analysis can assist in getting the right cover without under- or over-insurance.

Mr Price, Woolies sales updates reflect gloomy economy

Mr Price share price falls 15%, while some R5bn wiped off the market cap of Woolies.

Sarb keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.75%

Headline inflation set to average at 4.8% this year.

How should African countries leverage themselves for economic growth?

Political stability and will should unlock structural reform on the continent.

Platinum miners’ stocks tick up on the back of palladium

Oil prices are sliding down, retailers had a bad day and the palladium price surprises the local market.

Absa looks to boost its mortgage lending division in slow economy

Bank to target first-time buyers with 100% loans.

What does the interest rate decision hold for consumers?

To alleviate pressure on already strained consumers, the Reserve Bank may delay rate increases.

Markets react to the Brexit vote

What authority will Theresa May be able to carry if she survives another no confidence vote?

SA consumers to benefit from foot and mouth outbreak, farmers to suffer

Meat for export to be directed to local market.

Low volumes seen on the JSE, Naspers drives activity

Miners disappoint, Sasol down on stronger rand.

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