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SAA administrators gets R1.3bn from government

27 Jan 2021 /  Alexander Winning, Reuters  
The money would be used to pay accepted and signed voluntary severance packages.

SA’s Richards Bay says coal exports fell in 2020

27 Jan 2021 /  Tanisha Heiberg, Reuters  
Weighed down by Covid-19 disruptions, it said on Wednesday.

SA opposition party goes to court to seek vaccine clarity

27 Jan 2021 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters   1
The government has said South Africa will get its first 1.5 million doses of AstraZeneca's vaccine from India's Serum Institute this month and next.

SA stocks slide for second day after IMF cuts growth forecasts

27 Jan 2021 /  Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg   3
Foreigners remained net sellers of South African stocks for a fourth consecutive day Tuesday, disposing of R1.05 billion worth of shares.

New construction industry umbrella body gets more flak

27 Jan 2021 /  Roy Cokayne  
Its establishment has been labelled an 'act of opportunism and tenderpreneurship' that may taint the infrastructure recovery plan.

Two thirds of SA adults are willing to take Covid-19 vaccine

27 Jan 2021 /  Michael Brown   1
Findings weighted by race, education and age.

African Bank: The good, the bad, and the worrying

27 Jan 2021 /  Moneyweb   13
Despite some promising indicators, its lending book has clearly deteriorated.

R1.2bn Tourism Equity Fund launched to bolster transformation

27 Jan 2021 /  Suren Naidoo   33
New funding source for black-owned small businesses and entrepreneurs in an industry hard-hit by Covid-19.

Global trust in government and media falls in latest survey

26 Jan 2021 /  Michael Brown   3
18 of the 27 countries surveyed trusted businesses more than their government.

African Bank reports loss a day after CEO’s surprise resignation

26 Jan 2021 /  Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg   7
The unsecured lender swung to a R560 million loss in the 12 months through September, compared with a year-earlier profit of R267 million.

Court rulings throw spanner into Eskom’s municipal debt collection works

26 Jan 2021 /  Moneyweb   23
Government to sort out internal disputes first, before prejudicing end-users.

Ramaphosa: Rich countries must release excess vaccines

26 Jan 2021 /  Thando Maeko    40
The president made the remarks on Tuesday during the WEF Davos Dialogues.

SA stocks post biggest drop this month on Tencent effect

26 Jan 2021 /  Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg  
Tencent lost as much as 6.7% in Hong Kong on Tuesday.

No Flash? No problem! Sars releases its own web browser

26 Jan 2021 /  Duncan McLeod   9
The is meant as a stopgap measure until Sars can move to more modern HTML5 technology in all of its forms.

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