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Sarb says interest rates to be unchanged in short term

3 Mar 2015 /  Reuters  
As it lowered its inflation outlook.

How government intends financing the budget deficit

3 Mar 2015 /  Jac Laubscher  
And the implications for the course of government debt.

Meet the man who makes SA’s Coke

1 Mar 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert  
From homeless to heading up ABI.

SA to sell three new bonds

25 Feb 2015 /  Robert Brand, Bloomberg  
To repay R173 billion in debt.

SA stocks rallying to record may get US Fed puncture

24 Feb 2015 /  Neo Khanyile, Boomberg  
Investors to watch Yellen for clues on the timing of an interest-rate increase.

Average salaries increase by more than 5%

20 Feb 2015 /  Sungula Nkabinde  
Real disposable income up 1.2% - salary index.

Deutsche Bank, Capitec fined by the Sarb for lax controls

20 Feb 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
A collective R15 million slap.

January headline CPI slows sharply

18 Feb 2015 /  Reuters  
Nedbank sees Sarb holding interest rates in March.

Industry snubs amendments to Investment Bill

13 Feb 2015 /  Ray Mahlaka  
As property rights continue to be threatened with more bills.

SA banks are still paying for Abil’s collapse

13 Feb 2015 /  Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg  
Higher spreads may be here to stay - credit analyst at Standard Bank.

SA equities rise to record

12 Feb 2015 /  Neo Khanyile, Boomberg  
After an agreement to stem the conflict in the Ukraine was signed.

Mining production down y/y in December

12 Feb 2015 /  Moneyweb  
Nedbank: Reserve Bank to keep rates on hold for the next few months.

The petrol price holiday is over

12 Feb 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert  
Increases loom in the next two months.

The best thing Zuma could tell the nation

12 Feb 2015 /  Patrick Cairns  
Clem Sunter believes the president needs to change his focus on job creation.

China’s growing appetite for SA mining assets

12 Feb 2015 /    
China's been supporting much of our resource industry for the better part of 15 years.

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