Consumer inflation slows again, hinting at possible rate relief

The Reserve Bank could cut rates later in the year, with CPI inflation falling again in June

Shades of grey: how demographics influence growth and inflation

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Reserve Bank expected to stay hand on rates, but September meeting ‘could be live’

‘While our consumer price index view indicates the Bank has room to ease rates from as early as next week, it will first look to change its inflation ...

Gigaba backs proposed bill providing debt relief

Trade and industry committee chairwoman welcomes Treasury support after public hearings

Grape harvest larger than 2016’s despite drought, but innovation is key to survival

VinPro says the predicted long-term drying trends in the Western Cape, which accounts for 4% of the world’s wine production, will have grave outcomes for the ...

Industry scheme may fund black farmers

The state wants to emulate the successful black industrialist programme model in agriculture

ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD: Reserve Bank seen to hold repo rate steady

An interest rate cut is starting to become a possibility but the Bank is more likely to pause for now, writes Claire Bisseker

Government bows to pressure, backs down on Mining Charter

An urgent Chamber of Mines interdict application results in an undertaking not to implement or apply the provisions of the reviewed charter, pending judgment

Old Mutual cuts SA’s growth forecast

Economic growth has been cut to "a sickly" 0.8% from 1.2%, according to the group’s economic strategist, Rian le Roux

Gigaba’s action plan echoes past policies

Plan proposes new dialogue on Mining Charter, includes pledge for sustainable wage deal

Gigaba’s action plan echoes past policies

Proposes new dialogue on Mining Charter, includes pledge for sustainable wage deal

MALUSI GIGABA: Government's new plan for growth

'These interventions are the beginning of a response programme that will be unpacked in the MTBPS and the 2018 Budget'

State is ‘deeply engaged’ with SA’s recession, says Malusi Gigaba

Minister releases a 14-point plan, spelling out the Treasury’s intention to reduce government guarantees

Mining output figure much higher in May than economists’ predictions

SA’s chances of escaping a third consecutive quarter of declining GDP are heavily dependent on mining and agriculture

Shoppers doing more with less amid recession

Bath foam and bath salts, along with double-ply tissues, are just some of the items that have fallen off shopping lists as consumers attempt to make their ...

Consumer confidence still low as recession batters SA

FNB economist Jason Muscat warns that only a ‘swift, confidence-inspiring change to SA’s current political landscape’ will lift consumer ...

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