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Data from the Standard Bank Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) shows that export orders grew for the first time in 16 months in January.
Ahead of State of the Nation Address (Sona) and Budget 2019, Samuel Seeff, chairman of the Seeff Property Group has called on Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, to re-look transfer duty, especially at the top end of the market as well as Capital Gains Tax.
London-based Standard Chartered on Tuesday became the latest bank to settle with US anti-graft authorities over currency manipulation that took place over seven years.
Sibanye-Stillwater chief executive Neal Froneman on Tuesday told investors that the protracted Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) strike was necessary to address underlying relationship issues as attitudes between the company and the unions harden.
Absa and The Digital Academy hosted a technology showcase to unveil solutions and applications built by The Digital Academy interns as part of a six-month programme.
President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday moved to allay investor jitters in the mining industry, charging that expropriation of land without compensation would not involve taking away investors’ land and that the government was working on a clear plan to address problems that had besieged power utility Eskom.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies on Tuesday said the South African government has prioritised investment and mineral beneficiation due to its capacity to grow the economy and create jobs.
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