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Eskom gets approval to extend power contracts

30 Mar 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert   1
But where is the cash to pay for it?

Results of mining charter review to be disclosed

30 Mar 2015 /  Reuters  
Companies not in compliance could lose permits, mining rights.

Insurance contributes 15% to local GDP

30 Mar 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
But sluggish growth prompts SA insurers to go north.

SA government bonds weaken

30 Mar 2015 /  Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters  
Following slightly hawkish Sarb policy statement and signals of a US rate hike.

Industry still resisting revised B-BBEE codes

30 Mar 2015 /  Ray Mahlaka   1
Others seek legal action against the codes.

Dispute declared in public sector pay talks

29 Mar 2015 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters  
Public service unions and the government have failed to reach an agreement on workers' pay.

FSB helping Mauritian, Guernsey regulators probe Kellermann

27 Mar 2015 /  Neo Khanyile and Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg  
Following his alleged involvement in irregularities tied to Belvedere Management.

Airports Company admits to collusion on parking

27 Mar 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert   2
Fixed prices with Gautrain company.

Home is where the mine is

27 Mar 2015 /  Sungula Nkabinde  
Gold miners put workers’ accommodation high on the agenda.

Showdown looms as South Africa takes hard line in wage talks

27 Mar 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg   1
State personnel costs have surged 90 percent to R445.3bn since 2009.

Retailers look to pass interchange cost savings to customers

27 Mar 2015 /  Hanna Barry  
But will banks punt credit cards in retaliation?

SA banks post solid financial results – PwC

26 Mar 2015 /  Sapa  
'For several years SA's banking system has remained adequately capitalised with good returns on equity'.

PPI slows in February

26 Mar 2015 /  Moneyweb, Nedbank Economic Unit  
Nedbank Economic Unit: Sarb likely to keep rates on hold throughout most of 2015.

Not the year of the car

26 Mar 2015 /  Ingé Lamprecht  
Manufacturers, banks will likely see margins squeezed.

SA salaries growing ahead of inflation

25 Mar 2015 /  Patrick Cairns  
Take-home pay up 8.9% year-on-year.

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