Physical oil prices have fallen internationally, reflecting easing concerns over Russian-led supply disruptions and worries of a global economic slowdown
US retailers stocked up on goods last autumn and winter only to face a demand downturn as consumers divert spending to increasingly expensive fuel and food
Ramaphosa gave the Special Investigating Unit the green light to investigate allegations against the two boards earlier in August
The party has decided there should not be a cooling-off period as provided for in the Electoral Amendment Bill
Headline earnings could rise as much as 73% to R5.455bn in the insurer’s half-year to end-June
The improved sentiment is a result of increased merchandise export and import volumes and more new vehicles sold, Sacci report says
Reducing people’s unnecessary movement for a few days as soon as new cases emerge is a key practice of the East Asian country’s Covid-zero strategy
Fiery hooker comes in as coach Jacques Nienaber reshuffles front row for All Blacks showdown
Mercedes-Benz will bring its luxurious EQS electric vehicle to SA later in 2022
SA was shocked when Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba tabled a mammoth and unexpected national budget deficit of R50bn for the 2018 fiscal year in his maiden 2017 mid-term policy statement.
While the minister and his budget team at the Treasury are pondering fiscal plans to plug the gaping budget hole left by the underperforming economy, developments on the municipal water debt front may compel them to cast the net wider in finding additional resources.
It is becoming increasingly clear that municipalities are undergoing severe financial strain, whether genuine or superficial, worsened in part by the dire local economic conditions.
Worrying reports of a growing inability by municipalities to settle bulk water supply bills to the tune of R10bn have emerged, followed by appeals for payment and later requests for debt relief. The water debt payment crises occur amid another protracted and relentless process of recovering municipal bulk electricity supply bills, to which the Eskom financia...
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