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Gold output has longest losing streak since 2012

Production retreated 14% from a year earlier.

Uganda’s president ‘astonished’ MTN charged less for telecom licence renewal

The policy compels telecom operators to invest in infrastructure to guarantee high quality voice calls.

Monster gold-mining deals pile pressure on those left behind

In terms of corporate-level transactions, there aren’t many seniors left to consolidate.

Worst-performing stock gets bid for crown jewel

Most of the disposals were triggered as the stock was used as collateral for loans.

Goldman models risk of 1 000 bps Eskom blowout for SA

Markets are currently pricing 'close to peak Eskom risk'.

Prescribed assets ‘won’t work’ – industry

Asisa and Sygnia’s Magda Wierzycka weigh in …

Eskom is sinking the economy in the name of greening it, claims forum

Renewable energy is expensive, unnecessary and authorised without proper public participation, says Coal Transporters Forum as it heads to court.

Helios Towers enters South Africa with Vulatel partnership

Helios Towers expects South Africa to lead the way on 5G rollout.

Central bank must pursue flexible policy, ANC says

'The ANC is not proposing tweaking the mandate of the Reserve Bank.'

SA may miss corn-harvest forecast on drought, Agbiz says

Dry weather conditions have delayed plantings and possible frost at the end of the season may hurt the crop.

ANC still eyeing pension assets

Election manifesto language far more specific than vague Nasrec resolution …

Please Call Me inventor: ‘I haven’t agreed on anything with Vodacom’

Nkosana Makate has rejected Vodacom’s undisclosed compensation amount, adding a new twist to the protracted battle between both parties.

Sarb must pursue flexible policy, ANC says

'Without sacrificing stability, monetary policy must take into account other objectives, such as employment creation and economic growth.'

Land seizures, jobs top ANC’s election pledges

Along with expanding the country’s R150bn social security system.

Vodacom pays ex-worker for ‘Please Call Me’ idea after deadlock

'Vodacom considers the matter as finally settled and closed.'
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