CAPE TOWN – Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
The surge in investment in Morocco’s budding automotive sector has seen the country close in on South Africa as the biggest recipient of foreign direct investment (FDI) on the continent.
Mining stocks closed yesterday's trading session deep in the black, taking advantage of the weak rand battered by Brexit uncertainty and the continuing strain in relations between the US and China.
Regional retailer Choppies is battling to contain uncertainty stemming from a boardroom fall-out over its shareholding in its Zimbabwean unit, with the Botswana retail chain refuting local majority shareholding in the company.
The Foschini group (TGF) said in a statement that Woven ribbed towels, coffee machines and Kaizer Chiefs football jerseys were hot ticket online items for the Black Friday.
The global key trends for 2018 brought about some significant changes in innovation and technology.
The rand weakened to a one-month low during yesterday’s European trading session amid a deterioration in risk sentiment according to NKC Research.
Egypt’s annual urban consumer price inflation dipped to 15.7 percent in November from 17.7 percent in October, the official statistics agency CAPMAS said on Monday, exceeding analysts’ expectations.
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