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Numsa plans workers’ party

23 Apr 2015 /  Amogelang Mbatha, Bloomberg  
It will be formed after workshops and international study tours - Irvin Jim.

State workers march to Treasury

23 Apr 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg   1
Want higher wages, better benefits.

Bank debt splurge pushes South Africa bond sales to 4-year high

23 Apr 2015 /  Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg  
As the four biggest lenders sought to refinance maturing securities and meet international rules on liquidity.

Goldman Sachs is bullish on South Africa

22 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry   4
Says China could be this century’s economic powerhouse.

CPI bets above 6% keeps pressure on Sarb

22 Apr 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff, Bloomberg  
Rising gasoline, power and food costs are adding to pressure on inflation.

It’s easier said than done, SEZ the dti

22 Apr 2015 /  Sungula Nkabinde  
Dti gives the lowdown on special economic zones.

Financial services CEOs seek partnerships to innovate – PwC

20 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
Disrupted by regulation, technology.

Energy procurement in highest gear

20 Apr 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert   3
Additional power to be procured from renewable, gas projects.

High ATM fraud blamed on consumer negligence

17 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry   2
Banking ombud says consumers must be more vigilant.

Franchising critical to economic growth – FASA

17 Apr 2015 /  Hanna Barry   1
Significant and sustainable job creator.

SA said to delay hiring banks to raise Eskom cash

16 Apr 2015 /  Bloomberg  
Yet to appoint banks to manage state asset sales.

SA looks to Middle East, Asia as new maize markets

16 Apr 2015 /  Tshepiso Mokhema and Andre Janse van Vuuren, Bloomberg  
Every one of them is importing round about 4 million tons from the world market - Grain SA economist.

SA aims to reach accord on US poultry exports soon

16 Apr 2015 /  Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg  
SA could lose preferential access to the US for poultry through AGOA, if an agreement isn’t reached.

Emerging shares seen lagging developed countries

16 Apr 2015 /    
For fifth straight year.

Investors buy South African bonds at record pace on Fed delay

15 Apr 2015 /    
Foreigners have bought a net R14.1bn of South African notes since the beginning of the month.

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