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Recently announced decrease in interest rate is a welcome breather for farmers and agribusinesses. Economists say the reduced costs of doing business will eventually benefit the consumer with lower food prices. RMB Economist Isaah Mhlanga discussees.
SAA suffered a net loss of 5.6 billion rand for the 2016/17 financial year, blaming a lack of board cohesion. Jason Urbach, Director at the Free Market Foundation discusses the state of the airline.
Interest rates have been cut and this is good news for consumers with debts, but for others this might be too little too late. Tristan Naidoo, the Legal Advisor at Old Mutual Personal Finance, discusses.
The Reserve Bank has cut interest rates by 25 basis points. This will ease the pressure for South Africans with vehicle and mortgage bonds. Investment analyst Chris Gilmour discusses.
Former Reserve Bank Governor, Tito Mboweni, says the ANC took the wrong decision to nationalize the Reserve Bank. In an exclusive interview with eNCA, Mboweni seeks to give clarity on the party’s policy positions and his thoughts on the economy.
Buhle Farmers’ Academy offers up-and-coming farmers skills on how to run and manage a farm through practical and cost-effective courses.
The VAT increase comes into effect in just a few days. Jannie Rossouw, from Wits University's School of Economic and Business Sciences joins Moneyline to discuss how the Reserve Bank deal should deal with the impact of VAT on inflation.
The Jobs Fund is calling on organisations to submit innovative proposals that will catalyse the creation of sustainable jobs for the country. Najwah Allie-Edries from the Jobs Fund discusses further.
Economist Mandla Maleka looks at economic stories that made news in the last week.
One of the country's top flower delivery companies, SA Florist, is using their technology to empower black-owned florists. The company hopes this will give the companies wider market access, and is targeting 30 entrepreneurs over the next three years.