The rand retreated more than two percent as domestic political rifts and continued uncertainty about the direction of global ...
South African stocks fell the most since June 27 on Monday as commodity prices dropped.
Doubts over Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's tenure and uncertainty in global markets hit the rand on Friday morning.
SA’s rand rose as much as 2.5% against the dollar on Tuesday, buoyed by news that the economy rebounded between April and June.
An outflow of R10.2 billion in equities and bonds occurred last week after the fallout between Pravin Gordhan and the Hawks, says Investec.
South Africa's rand firmed against the dollar for a third straight session as US interest rate fears receded.
SA’s rand gained against the dollar on Thursday morning as new figures from China boosted commodity prices.
SA’s rand has tumbled to its weakest in three weeks, spooking investors already concerned about the management of the economy.
Investor caution over the political row involving Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan sees the rand weakened against the dollar.