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Much to be done about economic inequality: dti
Much to be done about economic inequality: dti

Much remains to be done to level the playing field for historically disadvantaged people in the South African economy, the ...

Companies
12h
Naspers posts 18% rise in annual profit
Naspers posts 18% rise in annual profit

South African ecommerce and media group Naspers reported an 18 percent rise in full-year profit.

15h
Brexit threatens Western Cape businesses: Wesgro
Brexit threatens Western Cape businesses: Wesgro

Wesgro said the Brexit referendum result introduced significant uncertainty for those Western Cape businesses that export ...

15h
Brexit: Gordhan reassures South Africans
Brexit: Gordhan reassures South Africans

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan moved to reassure the country that its financial institutions could withstand the effects ...

Companies
17h
NUM clashes with Eskom over executive bonuses
NUM clashes with Eskom over executive bonuses

NUM says Eskom executives paid themselves R6m bonuses each, then leaked the information to "weaken" the union during wage negotiations.

18h
SA can deal with Brexit impact: Presidency
SA can deal with Brexit impact: Presidency

South Africa's financial system will be able to deal with any shocks arising from Britain's exit from the EU, President Zuma's office said.

20h
All your #Brexit questions answered
All your #Brexit questions answered

Britain’s voters have opted to walk out on the European Union. What happens next? Find out here.

21h
#Brexit ‘not good news for SA trade relations’
#Brexit ‘not good news for SA trade relations’

Local analysts weigh in on what South Africa can expect following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.

22h
Rates: SARB has very little wiggle room
Rates: SARB has very little wiggle room

South Africa’s Reserve Bank says inflation expectations are already close to the top end of its target range.

Companies
22h
MTN bets on mobile banking
MTN bets on mobile banking

Rob Shuter has been brought in to boost profits at MTN after the company’s $1.7bn fine in Nigeria.

22h
Choked-up Cameron explains his exit
Choked-up Cameron explains his exit

British Prime Minister David Cameron says he cannot be “the captain that steers our country to its next destination”.

23h
Quick facts: #Brexit consequences
Quick facts: #Brexit consequences

Britain is expected to submit an application to leave the European Union, with two years of talks to follow.

23h
#Brexit: Global businesses lament EU poll
#Brexit: Global businesses lament EU poll

Chief executives from Mumbai to Denver woke up to face a different global stage after Britain’s EU referendum.

23h
#Brexit: European leaders stunned
#Brexit: European leaders stunned

World leaders and politicians have reacted with shock after Britain’s decision to leave the EU.

23h
BoE vows to shield Britain's economy
BoE vows to shield Britain's economy

The Bank of England has contingency plans in place to deal with the fallout of Britain’s EU referendum.