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Government expects Vulindlela reforms to drive energy and rail boom

The reforms under way will attract much private investment, says minister in the presidency Mondli Gungubele

ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD: Mine, factory data to reveal second quarter performance

Mining output and manufacturing data will provide insight on underlying health of the economy’s production side

Electricity production dropped as SA experienced worst power outages on record

The drop in June’s electricity production sends a pitiable message to investors when Africa's most industrialised economy experiences outages of between six ...

NJABULO DUMA: Greylisting would have drastic effects on South Africans

Access to trade, finance and investment will be curtailed and the ease of business will suffer

Sappi aims to produce more power for SA grid

Pulp and paper producer, which has been selling electricity to Eskom, is eyeing green chances to raise revenue

Private sector shows solid improvement in July

Rising costs of fuel, utilities and labour present challenges, PMI shows

Outlook for food hangs on commodity and price volatility

Headwinds likely to persist as costs remain elevated, with some easing brought about by Ukraine grain deal

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Investment rebound signals Ramaphosa’s efforts may be bearing fruit

Nedbank gave a guarded upbeat 2022 outlook and capital projects by government also picked up as the economy recovers

Survey shows confidence still high in construction sector’s future

Despite setbacks such as the economic downturn and the pandemic, there is still positive sentiment that the construction industry might be on the road to ...

Treasury needs to take half of Eskom debt, says Old Mutual

Transferring half of its borrowings could widen SA’s overall debt-to-GDP ratio by up to 2.5 percentage points

WATCH: Factory activity falls to lowest level in a year

Business Day TV speaks to Miyelani Maluleke, senior economist at Absa

WATCH: Soft commodity rally takes a breather

Business Day TV talks to investment analyst at Anchor Casey Delport

Roaring car sales and exports flatter to deceive

Sales and production a year ago were severely hampered by riots, strict lockdowns and a cyberattack on Transnet

DUMA GQUBULE: ANC conferences are a waste of time for those who follow macroeconomic policy

The party’s neoliberal honchos have perfected the art of shutting down debate to dodge issues such as poverty

Manufacturing activity falls to levels last seen during July 2021 riots

Load-shedding and concern about global growth were the main reasons behind July’s poor activity

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