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SA’s youth unemployment a ‘national crisis’ – president

'We are very much alive to the fact that youth unemployment is indeed a national crisis.'

SABC reportedly needs R3.2bn government backing to avoid shutdown

'We have also not maintained any of our infrastructure and a communications blackout is imminent.'

Tips for spotting a US recession before it becomes official

As the US nears a record-long expansion in July, the conversation is increasingly turning to when it will all end.

Thirty of the world’s best chief executives in 2019

Facebook ’s Mark Zuckerberg and Alphabet ’s Larry Page are on the annual list of top 30 CEOs compiled by Barron’s.

Wall Street ends down; Broadcom warning hits chip stocks

China's May industrial output growth slows to 17-year low.

Emerging-market investors prepare for fresh wave of rate cuts

Russia joined Chile and India on Friday in lowering its benchmark rate and many others are expected to follow suit.

Rand firms as focus shifts to Fed meeting, stocks fall

Retailer Steinhoff weakened 4.55% to R1.47 ahead of the publication of its delayed 2018 results on Tuesday.

Fiery unionist strikes cooler tone as platinum talks loom

'It's a negotiation', Amcu President Joseph Mathunjwa, says

Only people missing at SA graft hearings are accused

The state capture inquiry can’t prosecute anyone but can subpoena witnesses who don’t come forward willingly.

In race to digitise, skills gap a drag on SA’s big banks

The four major banks are addressing computer skills shortage by changing their hiring strategies, for example.

Amcu seeks R17 000 monthly basic wage in pay talks

Demands are 'realistic and achievable', Amcu president says.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

JSE delves into Deloitte/Sygnia case, Sarb affirms mandate, Omnia trading update, Amcu calls for R17 000 monthly salary for members and rand update.

Slip in emerging equities, China data play on investors’ minds

Risk sentiment kept in check by weak Chinese industrial output data.



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