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Meet the new pioneers: immigrants from mainland China who’ve settled in South Africa and seem to know exactly how to make business work for them. But is our R200 billion trade relationship with China working for ordinary South Africans?
Parliament, 23 October 2014 – Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has warned South Africans to expect tough times ahead. The finance minister delivered his first Medium-Term Budget in Parliament on Wednesday.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene presents his maiden mid-term budget speech in Parliament
Meet the new pioneers: immigrants from mainland China who’ve settled in South Africa and seem to know exactly how to make business work for them. But is our R200 billion trade relationship with China working for ordinary South Africans too? And will China
The country's economic outlook for the next three years will be revealed on Wednesday, when Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene presents his first Medium Term Budget speech.
Johannesburg, 20 October 2014 - Money makes the world go ‘round. We use it every day, we desire it and often can never have enough of it. But what moves the rand?
14 October 2014 - Africa's ocean economy offers huge growth potential and can be a real money-spinner. South Africa will hear President Jacob Zuma’s plans for the country’s ocean economy this week.
Johannesburg, 4 October - Local business owners are outraged that electricity prices are going up again. Energy regulator Nersa confirmed that Eskom could increase its tariffs by 12 per cent in 2015.
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Johannesburg, 18 September 2014 – eNCA Economic Analyst Trudy Makhaya gives some insight into Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus’s decision to not renew her contract at the end of her term in November.