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Standard and Poor's has downgraded our credit worthiness to triple B minus, with a stable outlook.
Johannesburg - The strike in the platinum sector has had quite an impact on South Africa’s economy. Absa Investment analyst Chris Gilmour says we can expect to see an increase in interest rates.
Johannesburg, 10 June 2014 - William Gumede eNCA Africa's resident geo-economic analyst unpacks what the African Development Bank approved its first Human Capital Strategy means for the continent.
South Africa’s ability to lend money may be compromised come Friday.
Rwanda - Rwanda now has one of the highest growth rates in east Africa. In 2013 the economy grew by five percent. This year it is expected to climb even further. eNCA takes a look at the economy and what is driving it.
In the weekly Breaking Views with Unicef segment, we spoke to Malawian economist Professor Thandika Mkandawire about the shift from Afro-pessimism to Afro-euphoria.
Johannesburg - Gerald Seegers of PricewaterhouseCoopers explains what makes up a top executive's pay packet.
The rand has recently surged to its highest level yet for the year. While helping inflation and imports, the rand’s positivity isn’t doing any favours to manufacturers and exporters.
China, April 9 - The World Bank says East Asian economies are likely to see steady growth in the next couple of years. African economies are bound to benefit as Asian countries rely heavily on minerals and resources for their exported products.
Johannesburg, April 3 - Investors see South Africa as an attractive place to do business. That is according to research by Brand SA which says overall publicity about the country remains positive and attracts interest.