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Eskom wants as many skilled people as possible – Ramaphosa

18 Mar 2015 / 
Voluntary retrenchments process has been stopped.

SA remains in the now ‘Fragile Three’

17 Mar 2015 /  Simon Kennedy, Bloomberg
India and Indonesia may have dodged the bullet.

Unsecured lending plummets as mortgages recover

17 Mar 2015 / 
Mortgage advances more than double in 2014.

Unsecured lending plummets as mortgages recover

17 Mar 2015 / 
Mortgage advances more than double in 2014

Current account deficit shrinks in fourth quarter

17 Mar 2015 / 
Fewer strikes and a weak rand help boost exports.

Five key economic themes

17 Mar 2015 /  Inge Lamprecht
That will shape the macro landscape this year.

Credit act amendments only effective if enforced

17 Mar 2015 / 
Will the NCR rise to the occasion?  
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Credit life insurance remains uncapped in latest credit act amendments

16 Mar 2015 / 
Small credit providers not required to register with regulator either.

SA’s current account battle is falling short

16 Mar 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
Commodity prices, power shortages conspire against it.
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Cape Town files claim against World Cup stadium builders

16 Mar 2015 /  Janice Kew, Bloomberg
'We don’t have to prove collusion, we just have to prove the amount the city is owed - Deputy Mayor.
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Amendments to the National Credit Act now effective

16 Mar 2015 / 
Unsecured lending will dry up, says debt-counselling firm.
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Medical specialists: cost cowboys or just given a bad rap?

16 Mar 2015 /  Letitia Watson
Specialists say pricing guidelines aren's cost-based, DoH wants a closer look.
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Weak rand, cheap oil fall short on South African current account

16 Mar 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
Efforts to shrink the current-account deficit are falling short.

Franchising on a budget

16 Mar 2015 / 
How much capital do you need to get into the game.
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South Africa farm loan books still growing

13 Mar 2015 /  Ed Stoddard, Reuters
Despite government's aim to speed pace of land reform.
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