Capitec and eNCA offline earlier on Friday in worldwide outage

The problem was linked to the worldwide IT problem, which also affected Sky News in the UK

African Development Bank approves R18.5bn loan to Transnet

The loan will support the state-owned ports and rail operator’s recovery plan

Gwede Mantashe calls for incentives for minerals beneficiation

The minister bemoaned the fact that SA exported its raw materials

AA welcomes fuel price review, saying users are struggling

Assessing the fuel pricing formula is necessary to see if all components are properly calculated and still necessary in the current formula

BankservAfrica looks at satellites to connect banking systems

Automated clearing house runs tests to assess the viability of the option

Cyber outage grounds flights and hits media, financial and telecoms

It is not clear if all reported outages are linked to Crowdstrike problems or there are other issues at play

HILARY JOFFE: Treasury may have reached limit in extracting more tax from the rich

Study into 2017 hike in the maximum marginal tax rate suggests SA is now ‘Laffered’ out

Nedbank wins Forrester’s EMEA Customer-Obsessed Enterprise Award

SPONSORED | Nedbank Retail and Business Banking has been internationally recognised for providing an exceptional customer experience

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Rand and JSE weaken due in part to US-China tension

The US has blocked Chinese access to advanced chips and the equipment to make them, citing security concerns

Cyril Ramaphosa says cutting poverty is a priority

President tells a full sitting of parliament the government will expand the basket of VAT exempt items

PODCAST | With billions in play, Absa faces challenge of bankable sustainable projects

Chief sustainability officer says policy needs to spark demand ‘given the emergency of climate change’

CHRIS THURMAN: Solo show explores wounds of segregation and racism

In ‘Pieces of Me’, Bo Petersen depicts the far-reaching effects of her father’s decision to ‘try for white’

Five Boks who need a big show against Portugal

The Springboks play Portugal in the first-ever Test between the two teams in Bloemfontein on Saturday.

SA’s high energy costs hampering mining industry, study finds

Transmission capacity is becoming the bottleneck for the addition of new generation capacity, Boston Consulting Group says

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