Issuance of long-term debt will be raised 18% over the next year to plug the budget deficit
SA’s fiscal challenges are underpinned by a downward trend in revenue collection and an over-reliance on borrowing, writes Olivier Serrao
Eskom’s financial and operational crisis loomed large as finance minister Tito Mboweni delivered a gloomy budget
The Anti Poverty Forum claims that Eskom was forced to buy power from independent power producers illegally and under political pressure
The mine has an eight-year life after a $350m investment, but a decision to spend billions more on giving the mine a 20-year life has to be made within two years
The Treasury has revised down its growth forecast from 1.7% to 1.5%
Taste’s share price has lost 97% of its value since 2015 on overly ambitious expansion programme and slow economy
Russian leader warns Washington against deploying any new missiles in Europe after the collapse of a key Cold War-era treaty
Fifa invites bids for hosting the next women's World Cup
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