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Gold miners put workers’ accommodation high on the agenda.

Showdown looms as South Africa takes hard line in wage talks

State personnel costs have surged 90 percent to R445.3bn since 2009.

Retailers look to pass interchange cost savings to customers

But will banks punt credit cards in retaliation?

SA banks post solid financial results – PwC

'For several years SA's banking system has remained adequately capitalised with good returns on equity'.

PPI slows in February

Nedbank Economic Unit: Sarb likely to keep rates on hold throughout most of 2015.

Not the year of the car

Manufacturers, banks will likely see margins squeezed.

SA salaries growing ahead of inflation

Take-home pay up 8.9% year-on-year.

Inflation risk to push Kganyago to hawkish tone

Sarb will shift its message on Thursday to focus on the need to raise interest rates

SA’s credit rating to stay above junk if Fitch downgrades its debt

Weak economic growth weighs on the rating.

The top 15 economies winning in global trade

Asian tigers meet European exporters at the top of the ladder.

New credit act leaves lenders exposed

National Credit Regulator coy on approach to non-compliance.

Rand firms by 1% on emerging markets rally

Propelled by a strengthening European currency.

SA losing out on generic cost savings

Some medical schemes want the cheapest generics used, but doctors and pharmacists resist them.

Eskom wants as many skilled people as possible – Ramaphosa

Voluntary retrenchments process has been stopped.

SA remains in the now ‘Fragile Three’

India and Indonesia may have dodged the bullet.

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