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Abil’s new junior debt offers highest rate among lenders

29 May 2015 /  Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg
Single instrument of R1.65bn will trade on the JSE.

Sarb Govenor’s rate resolve seen holding firm

27 May 2015 /  Rene Vollgraaff and Xola Potelwa, Bloomberg
Despite weak economic growth and the highest unemployment rate in 11 years.
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New look Aarto Act to take effect countrywide in April

26 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert
E-toll enforcement and demerit points loom – RTIA.

SA state wage deal to cost extra R66bn

22 May 2015 /  Amogelang Mbatha and Tshepiso Mokhema, Reuters
Government to draw on funds from its contingency reserves.
UPDATE

Interest rates on hold – Sarb’s MPC

21 May 2015 /  TJ Strydom, Tendai Dube, Nqobile Dludla, Zandi Shabalala, Reuters
Growth outlook remains weak, amid electricity supply constraints and low business and consumer confidence.
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Cost of e-toll collections won’t increase – Sanral

21 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert
‘Currently around 17%’.

Sanral bonds could now sell at better rates

21 May 2015 /  Andre Janse van Vuuren and Paul Vecchiato, Bloomberg
As government tops up e-toll revenue.
UPDATE
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Nene very concerned at systemic risk to banking system

21 May 2015 /  Antony Sguazzin and Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg
Following forex trading investigation.
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New e-toll dispensation ‘a farce’ – Outa

20 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert
‘People will just drive without licences’.
UPDATE
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E-toll tariffs slashed, arrears capped

20 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert
Vehicle licences won't be renewed with outstanding e-toll debt. See infographic and full list of new tariffs.
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Government cuts etoll fees

20 May 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
Following commuter and union pressure.

March retail sales up year/year

20 May 2015 /  Reuters, Nedbank
Nedbank: 'consumer spending remained subdued in Q1; Sarb likely to keep rates on hold for most of 2015.'
UPDATE
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Investors betting Sarb will raise interest rates this year

20 May 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
Inflation rate jumps to 4.5% in April.

UBS to pay $545m over forex scandal

20 May 2015 /  Katharina Bart and Karen Freifeld, Reuters
Barclays has set aside $3.2bn to cover any forex fines.

Higher rate bets stack up as South Africa inflation accelerates

20 May 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
Investors are increasing bets that Sarb will raise interest rates later this year.

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