Local banks say issues around land expropriation without compensation may pose a risk to the financial system.
The banking sector has welcomed the return of Nhlanhla Nene back at National Treasury.
BASA says the real work begins now for big business following the changes in the leadership of the country.
A robust policy agenda is needed in rebuilding the South African economy, says one expert. Researcher at the Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development at the University of Johannesburg, Pamela Mondliwa unpacks
Mining production grew more than expected in January. Hitting growth of 2 point 4 compared to the same period last year. Director at Herbert Smith Freehills, Patrick Leyden joins Moneyline for more.
Penalties are in place to deal with employers who contravene the national minimum wage once it's implemented. The Bill is expected to be implemented from May 1 and under the new law, employers will have to pay staff a minimum of R20 per hour.
Global Money Week kicked off on Monday and wraps up on the 18th of March. The aim of the week is to inspire children and young people to learn about money matters, livelihoods and entrepreneurship. Head of Distribution at I-transact, Andre Le Roux unpacks
Japanese airbag manufacturer, Takata Corporation is facing four anti-competitive behaviour cases in the country. Sipho Ngwema, from The Competition Commission of South Africa joins Moneyline to unpack.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has reiterated the importance of small businesses for South Africa’s economic growth plans. Ramaphosa has recommitted to allocating 30% of government procurement spending to SMMEs. CEO of 2020 Insight, Karabo Mashugane unpacks
Manufacturing production is up for a fourth consecutive month in January. It increased by 2.5% in January 2018, compared with a 0.6% hike the year before. Absa Asset Management Industrial Analyst, Dale Hutcheson unpacks.