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How government intends financing the budget deficit

And the implications for the course of government debt.

Meet the man who makes SA’s Coke

From homeless to heading up ABI.

SA to sell three new bonds

To repay R173 billion in debt.

SA stocks rallying to record may get US Fed puncture

Investors to watch Yellen for clues on the timing of an interest-rate increase.

Average salaries increase by more than 5%

Real disposable income up 1.2% - salary index.

Deutsche Bank, Capitec fined by the Sarb for lax controls

A collective R15 million slap.

January headline CPI slows sharply

Nedbank sees Sarb holding interest rates in March.

Industry snubs amendments to Investment Bill

As property rights continue to be threatened with more bills.

SA banks are still paying for Abil’s collapse

Higher spreads may be here to stay - credit analyst at Standard Bank.

SA equities rise to record

After an agreement to stem the conflict in the Ukraine was signed.

Mining production down y/y in December

Nedbank: Reserve Bank to keep rates on hold for the next few months.

The petrol price holiday is over

Increases loom in the next two months.

The best thing Zuma could tell the nation

Clem Sunter believes the president needs to change his focus on job creation.

China’s growing appetite for SA mining assets

China's been supporting much of our resource industry for the better part of 15 years.

Economy is slow but positive – BETI

Mike Schüssler: overall, load shedding hasn't caused the economy to go into a declining trend.



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