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SA’s trade gap narrows in February

'We remain wary over the outlook for the trade balance - BNP Paribas Cadiz Securities economist.

Investing in QE’s shadow

‘Money goes where the investment opportunities are’.

Short-term insurers get a short-term breather

Underwriting windfall unlikely to last – PwC.

Farmer’s drought pain lifted only by new son

This year’s corn crop in South Africa is set to shrink 32% from 2014’s harvest, the biggest in 33 years.

Eskom gets approval to extend power contracts

But where is the cash to pay for it?

Results of mining charter review to be disclosed

Companies not in compliance could lose permits, mining rights.

Insurance contributes 15% to local GDP

But sluggish growth prompts SA insurers to go north.

SA government bonds weaken

Following slightly hawkish Sarb policy statement and signals of a US rate hike.

Industry still resisting revised B-BBEE codes

Others seek legal action against the codes.

Dispute declared in public sector pay talks

Public service unions and the government have failed to reach an agreement on workers' pay.

FSB helping Mauritian, Guernsey regulators probe Kellermann

Following his alleged involvement in irregularities tied to Belvedere Management.

Airports Company admits to collusion on parking

Fixed prices with Gautrain company.

Home is where the mine is

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?



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