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Sapoa hopeful De Lille will unlock property opportunities

Public works minister said to be in favour of public-private partnerships.

Suspended PIC exec denies victimising staff, meddling in the commission

Matshepo More tells inquiry she was only fulfilling her duties as CFO.

SA graft ombudsman denies Ramaphosa facing fresh probe

Public protector's office says it has no knowledge of claims by news reports that it is looking into a separate R400m payment.

About 400 newly qualified nurses without jobs in Limpopo

Department of Health says there is no money to hire additional staff.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

MultiChoice job cuts, Naspers backs libra, Life Healthcare concludes disposal of Max Healthcare, JSE trading statement, rand update.

Eskom’s gain is SA’s pain as investors balk at debt

SA's yield curve steepens on utility's bailout risk.

Business must lead SA’s rehabilitation

If only in its own self-interest.

Ramaphosa shows that he’s in control. But does he have what it takes to win?

In the current context of the divided ruling party, Ramaphosa has to stick to his guns.

Reserve Bank expected to cut rates soon – poll

Economists forecast the economy will grow at a slower pace this year, at 0.6%.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Sona - a post mortem, communications minister to provide spectrum policy direction, Naspers results due, rand update and more.

Spectrum policy direction within 30 days: Ramaphosa

Communications minister to shortly issue policy direction to Icasa, allowing long-delayed broadband spectrum to be allocated to mobile operators.

President affirms Sarb’s current mandate

Says inflation undermines the competitiveness of exports and import-competing firms, putting industries and jobs at risk.

Ramaphosa makes a statement and draws a chuckle with local suit

'We call on all South Africans to deliberately and consistently buy locally made goods.'

Read Ramaphosa’s complete State of the Nation Address

President delivers second Sona for 2019. The full speech features below.

Ramaphosa says SA to allocate Eskom much of R230bn it needs

President delivers second state of the nation address of the year.
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