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Typical pensioner income up 17% in real terms, review shows

Overall growth in pensions becoming 'relatively more important', especially for retailers.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Steinhoff non-executive director resigns, Ngebulana returns as Rebosis CEO, Pick n Pay and Clicks release results, and Pioneer Foods reports ‘credible’ performance.

Kganyago says prices a key trigger for action on FX

Says Reserve Bank has ‘breathing space’ on inflation risks.

IMF warns of rising threats to global financial system

‘Stretched’ valuations reminiscent of period before crisis.

Sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth to quicken to 3.1% in 2018

A recent crash in commodity prices caused several of the continent's currencies to weaken.

Markets, economic policy, growth should top IMF, World Bank agenda

After a difficult period of insufficient growth, the global economy has the potential for an exceptional turnaround, writes Mohamed A. El-Erian.

The rand slightly weaker as dollar recovers

The local currency has seen improvements over the last two days due to presidential plans for new investment.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Auditor General drops KPMG, Steinhoff's property acquisition revealed, Mediclinic results beat expectations, and CPI and retail figures for March and February, respectively released.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Mark Lamberti resigns from BLSA, Ramaphosa seeking R100bn for SA, Tiso Blackstar cancels listing, Star appoints new member, and Sars to prosecute those with outstanding tax returns.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

KPMG comes clean on dealings with VBS Bank, Eskom assumes 2% tariff increase, AngloGold Ashanti CEO resigns, Consol maps out plans, and EOH shareholders unhappy.

The rand slightly stronger

Global investors are hoping the threats of an attack on Syria will not lead to a wider conflict.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Group Five talks about its restructuring plans, SAA names new CFO, SA not ready for wealth tax, rand affected by global news, and Deloitte called out over African Bank financials.

The rand edges firmer as China export surge eases trade war worries

Customs data from China showed imports in the world's No. 2 economy grew 14.4% boosting sentiment towards the rand.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Sagarmatha Technologies not listing on the JSE, Group Five reports losses, mining production increases in February, Kaap Agri provides update and Burgh Holdings to keep Optimum coal mine afloat.



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