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Eskom says it's committed to addressing governance related matters urgently and achieving a renewed culture of accountability.
Moody's says it's a reflection of the company’s solid business profile.
Stellenbosch University’s Bureau for Economic Research has cut its economic growth forecast for the country for the rest of the year.
China's commerce ministry called the US actions "a violation of world trade rules" and said that it had "initiated the largest-scale trade war in economic history."
Government is working to ease the financial burden on the poor, but the panel is not considering the impact of the recent petrol price increases.
Rolls-Royce expects net proceeds of £350-million to £400-million from the transaction, which will conclude early next year.
Under Washington's gaze, Seoul pressure has halted all orders of Iranian oil, according to sources, even as it braces from spillover effects from the US-China tit-for-tat on trade.
AstraZeneca hopes to build on this lead in the so-called adjuvant setting, where drugs are given after surgery to keep the cancer from coming back.
Beijing accused Washington of launching "the largest trade war in economic history" and vowed to take the case to the World Trade Organization.
The US will levy a 25-percent tariff on more than 800 Chinese product categories worth around $34-billion (R464-billion) and has warned of more to come if a trade war escalates.
Radebe said Eskom is not closing its own coal power plants early, because of Independent Power Producers offtake requirements.
Speranzini, the former head of Philips Medical Systems in Brazil, was among 22 people arrested, including Frederik Knudsen, an executive at the Dutch company.
The ruling party says rand's depreciation is being fueled by a US trade war and global crude oil prices.
UK watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council, is investigating work KPMG carried out for a British beverage company.
A prior fishing accord between Senegal and Mauritania was not renewed when it expired in 2016, after the Senegalese side refused a Mauritanian demand.
The bank's PMI has gone up from 50 points in May to 50.9 last month.
US President Donald Trump on Sunday charged that Europe is "possibly as bad as China" on trade, as he reiterated that he is mulling import taxes of 20 percent on EU cars.
The ANC resolved at its national conference in December that the South African Reserve Bank should be 100 percent state-owned.
Glencore announced that it was being investigated by US authorities over its business in Nigeria, Venezuela and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The African Continental Free Trade Area will be the largest free trade area since the formation of the World Trade Organisation, according to the AU.
Taiwan's HTC has been struggling in the face of stiff competition from Apple and Samsung as well as strong Chinese brand Huawei.
If you want to beat the petrol price hike, you'll have to fill up before midnight tonight.
Economists say consumers will be left with fewer rands to spend.
The proposed merger, which would need the go-ahead from the Brazilian government, would leave Boeing as the majority partner, according to Brazilian newspaper Valor.
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