Reprieve for SA on Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Bill

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Prasa execs do not want to face the music, former CEO Lucky Montana says

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US core capital goods orders unexpectedly fall in January

A 6% surge in demand for transportation equipment buoys overall durable goods orders, after civilian and defence aircraft orders soared in previous months

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A rosier picture could be emerging on liquidations and insolvencies

Liquidations hit a low of at least four years in January, while the long-term decline in insolvencies persisted

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State finalises case against Glynnis Breytenbach without Jiba’s testimony

Lawyer Barry Roux tells the High Court in Pretoria that he will bring an application on Tuesday for the charges against the DA MP to be dismissed

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Criteria for refunds on diesel tax have been changed

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Cell C’s black equity partner opposes plans

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Police are on alert in Jeppestown after shops are looted

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SIPHO PITYANA: The rise and fall of Brian Molefe, a man who sold out the people’s will

New MP has discarded excellent track record as a young black professional actively involved in shaping democracy

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Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway takes a bigger bite of Apple

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Northam buys Eland platinum mine for R175m cash

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Mugabe faces up to a new year as SACP flays Zuma

Zimbabwe’s big boss wears a blazer ablaze with pictures of himself as the South African Communist Party trashes President Jacob Zuma’s idea of radical ...

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Metsimaholo mayor names all-ANC committee as coalition collapses

Sello Hlasa’s reshuffle of the northern Free State municipality’s mayoral committee has been called illegal, and two votes of no confidence are planned

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The $300 earbuds to hear only what you want to hear

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Hawks not investigating Mcebisi Jonas, just ‘making inquiries’

The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation is responding to reports that the deputy finance minister is being probed over an SAA contract

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Stanlib Kenya’s management changed after impaired bank exposure

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EDITORIAL: The pyrrhic ICC victory

The International Criminal Court ruling is a victory for accountability and for the Constitution, but not for long

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LETTER: Expropriating land without compensation will collapse the economy

The better route to rapid land reform is expropriation in terms of the constitution with market value taken into account by the valuator-general, writes Willem Cronje

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Mugabe faces up to a new year as SACP flays Zuma

Zimbabwe’s big boss wears a blazer ablaze with pictures of himself as the South African Communist Party trashes President Jacob Zuma’s idea of radical transformation

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PETER BRUCE: Move along, nothing to see here. Oh, wait ...

Still no cabinet reshuffle ... and here’s a few reasons why

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Trump’s rabbit season and the howling hounds

Ken Fisher

Executive orders, tweets, rants, threats, accusations — these are all diversionary tactics of a president who is crazy like a fox, writes Ken Fisher

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THE FT COLUMN: Zimbabwe is staring at currency chaos again

Tony Hawkins

The southern African country appears to be facing another economic meltdown, scarily reminiscent of the lost decade to 2008, writes Tony Hawkins

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Why retail shares are losing their steam

Stafford Thomas

SA retailers are finding it difficult to deal with inflation, competition and credit restrictions, writes Stafford Thomas

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