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Office vacancies a ‘big risk’ for listed property

Sandton CBD office vacancies could top 20% this year.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Ramaphosa's Sona, Magashule names chairs of key portfolios, Peregrine results, calls for PIC to appoint an independent chairperson and more.

Five things to watch in president Ramaphosa’s Sona

South Africans will be hoping for clarity on issues facing the economy.

Eskom union to Ramaphosa: no job cuts, no split, fire the board

Num is against any plan to split the indebted power utility because it will result in job losses.

Zuma allies get top posts in setback for Ramaphosa

Among those nominated are Sfiso Buthelezi, Mosebenzi Zwane and Supra Mahumapelo.

Gupta looting: ‘international financial system is culpable’

SA needs to take back the billions looted from SOEs like Eskom, Transnet and SAA that have been taken offshore, says British politician Peter Hain.

Report: PIC must appoint independent chairperson

Governance workshop with input from local and international asset managers rejects tradition of political appointees to head the board.

People have skewed views on inflation. Why this matters

The low credibility of historic inflation figures feeds into expectations about inflation.

Eskom can’t pay its debt. Bond investors love it

Eskom's dollar bonds are outerperforming as investors bank on government bailout.

SA’s May inflation rate hits target-range midpoint

Higher food and beverage prices contributed to May's inflation increase.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Steinhoff releases annual report, axed Old Mutual CEO takes insurer to court, May inflation rate and more.

The only option for Eskom is one South Africa can’t afford

The danger of the utility going bankrupt is growing.

Gugulethu entrepreneurs claim Nedbank stole their patented card blocking system

With shades of Kenneth Makate’s 'Please call me' case against Vodacom.

PIC: An end to ‘treating billions like smarties’

Cosatu representative tells inquiry there has been no accountability around blank cheques at state asset manager.

The consequences of a disillusioned youth

A large-scale protest movement could result if the quality of education and rate of employment in SA don’t improve.
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