Fed officials say the central bank will ‘stick to its guns’, despite softening inflation
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
Livhuwani Tshiwalule said the draft report was “substantially” complete when former Public Protector Madonsela left but major changes were made to it after Busisiwe Mkhwebane took over
The premier announced her cabinet after a meeting with the ANC’s deployment committee and its alliance partners
The UK shopping centre owner says rent collection has returned to pre-Covid-19 levels, while it is seeing encouraging signs for retailer turnover
The mining sector has been under pressure in 2022 due to load-shedding, a three-month strike in the gold sector and infrastructure bottlenecks
The improved sentiment is a result of increased merchandise export and import volumes and more new vehicles sold, Sacci report says
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Michael Avery’s Badger column refers (“Cadre clown car crashes dreams of capable state”, January 9). I don’t think there is a lack of suitable bankable projects. On the contrary, there are many bankable projects that need urgent attention for the sake of the economy.
The problem is that the private sector is unwilling to partner with the government because (and there is no easy way to say this) the ANC simply cannot be trusted. It cannot be trusted with money or decisions, or not to interfere and try to influence contractors of their choosing. That is the problem.
Peter Cook, Via BusinessLIVE
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