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New visa regulations a ‘possible mess’ – SATSA

2 Jun 2015 /  Tumisang Ndlovu   1
Home Affairs argues against negative tourism outcome.

The 50 best restaurants in the world

2 Jun 2015 /  Tejal Rao, Bloomberg  
Two South African restaurants make the top 100.

Rand-rigging investigator alleges widespread currency collusion

2 Jun 2015 /  Franz Wild and Chris Spillane, Bloomberg   8
The investigation may involve more banks than the 11 organisations currently named.

Mbalula hits back on US allegations of FIFA bribes

1 Jun 2015 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   2
'We refuse to allow the reputation of our republic to be tarnished unduly ....'.

Is 15% enough? Join Moneyweb’s webinar to find out

29 May 2015 /  Sasha Planting   1
Specialists answer these and your retirement questions on Monday.

‘Untouchable’ Zuma shrugs off scandals aided by ANC

29 May 2015 /  Paul Vecchiatto and Mike Cohen, Bloomberg   5
Proving to be the ultimate political survivor.

As McDonald’s tackles SA blackouts, Archie’s doing fine

29 May 2015 /  Chris Spillane and Palesa Vuyolwethu Tshandu, Bloomberg  
Cashing in on load shedding.

Von Neipperg buys stake in SA’s Capaia Wines

27 May 2015 /  Guy Collins, Bloomberg  
In New Philadelphia district.

‘Eskom tariff application too vague to interrogate’

27 May 2015 /  Antoinette Slabbert   5
EIUG to engage Nersa and National Treasury.

Shadow banking in the spotlight

27 May 2015 /  Ingé Lamprecht  
‘Regulation not the silver bullet.’

Buying foreign citizenship

27 May 2015 /  Hanna Barry   6
With enough money, anyone can.

Rand probe may stem from whistle blower or ‘confession’

26 May 2015 /  Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg  
CompCom is investigating 11 entities, including local banks, for alleged collusion in trades involving the rand.

Ramaphosa said to complete sale talks for most business stakes

26 May 2015 /  Chris Spillane and Franz Wild, Bloomberg  
His divestment completes a promise to resolve any conflicts of interest since becoming the country’s deputy president.

Zuma plans to release Marikana report next month

26 May 2015 /  Mike Cohen, Bloomberg  
'The country needed to know what had happened in Marikana where more than 40 people lost their lives'.

Oxford Economics takes majority stake in NKC

26 May 2015 /  Ed Stoddard, Reuters  
SA-based NKC Independent Economists to be renamed.

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