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LATEST Africa  

Zimbabwe: Heading backwards again and fast

For the past 54 weeks, citizens have been living in a state of deterioration marked by fear and economic hardship.

IMF warns Zimbabwe against pay boost as living standards crash

Finance minister in favour of boosting wages in both the public and private sectors to restore living standards and create consumer demand.

Blue Label delays financial results on Cell C revaluation

Cell C's ongoing transactions may impact results.

Choppies in chaos

Two investigations find serious governance contraventions at the retailer.

LATEST Economy  

Argentina Treasury minister resigns, says ‘significant renewal’ needed amid economic crisis

Country suffers currency rout and double debt downgrade in one week.

Nobody likes these curves as global economy’s out of shape

World recession warnings are piling up.

LATEST Industry  

Mining, Engineering, Industry, Factory production

Auto sector wage negotiations at a critical point

Last-ditch attempt to find one another, says Numsa.

Asset managers farm out trading as costs and complexity climb

Face heavier regulation burden, rapid tech advances.

LATEST International  

Hong Kong hotels in crisis as protests deter Chinese tourists

Revenue from room sales could plunge as much as 50% this month, following weeks of social unrest.

HK readies for more protests as Trump and others seek peaceful resolution

China reiterates that protests are approaching 'terrorism'.

LATEST Markets  

Stimulus hopes support global stocks, ease pressure on bonds

Germany is well-positioned to take on the global economic crisis, finance minister says.

Rand flat as investors weigh local, global risks

Bonds slightly weaker.

LATEST South Africa  

Rising Cape Town dam levels to buoy agriculture and tourism

Government and the tourism sector now need to get the message out.

Little-known tax incentives boost business case for renewable energy

Businesses that have installed solar PV in the tax year, or are about to do so, stand to benefit.


Fearing data privacy issues, Google cuts some Android phone data for wireless carriers  

Data sharing regulation is becoming a hotly contested issue.

Vodacom to invest more than R9bn on SA network this year

Network enhancements will focus on rural areas.



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