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Table-SA’s 2021/2022 crop estimates

26 May 2022 /  Nelson Banya, Reuters
Below is a breakdown of the data.
UPDATE

Rebounding Tsogo Sun Hotels in big rebrand back to Southern Sun

26 May 2022 /  Suren Naidoo
SA’s biggest hotel group uses Covid low to expand, gain market share and embark on a brand makeover.
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South Africans staring down the barrel of record-high petrol prices

26 May 2022 /  Khuleko Siwele, Bloomberg
As fuel price levy subsidy set to end.
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SA needs R3.9trn to transition away from coal

26 May 2022 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg
Money will need to be spent on closing down coal-fired plants, building renewable plants, and compensating coal-dependent communities.

Tree-boring beetle could cost SA R290bn

26 May 2022 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg
The polyphagous shot hole borer was first detected in South Africa in 2012.
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We can beat unemployment through state jobs schemes, says former Treasury official

26 May 2022 /  James Stent, GroundUp
South Africa can afford a much bigger public employment programme, argues top economist.

Proposed Gautrain route extension moves closer to reality

26 May 2022 /  Roy Cokayne
… with upmarket Sandhurst on the map.

SA revamps processes for managing distressed banks

25 May 2022 /  Adelaide Changole, Bloomberg
Sarb assumes overarching authority over failing financial institutions.
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Sarb flags inflation as major risk to domestic financial system

25 May 2022 /  Promit Mukherjee, Reuters
Says stagflation fears could exacerbate inequality and slow growth.

Ekurhuleni noses ahead in city electricity race

25 May 2022 /  Antony Sguazzin and Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg
A program to procure as much as 700 megawatts of electricity that began in 2016 is coming to fruition.

Time running out to comment on SA’s new labour migration policy

25 May 2022 /  Daniel Steyn, GroundUp
Government paints the policy as forward-looking, but can it be enforced and how will it affect the lives of immigrants?

KwaZulu-Natal still on the receiving end of calamities

25 May 2022 /  Adriaan Kruger
Second wave of heavy rainfall in parts of the province is hampering relief efforts and disrupting repair work.
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Sanral’s R17.5bn tender debacle: One bidder considers taking legal action

25 May 2022 /  Roy Cokayne
While civil engineering body has referred the cancellations to National Treasury.
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Assets of SA collective investment schemes stay above R3trn threshold

24 May 2022 /  Nondumiso Lehutso
Statistics show many investors moved their money into portfolios with high equity exposure.

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