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The rand traded firmer as thawing risk sentiment played in its favour according to NKC Research.
Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) is planning to approach the National Treasury for support to guarantee up to R11billion of new debt by 2025 as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cripple the aviation industry.
The SA Revenue Service (Sars) has warned that time's running out for employers to submit their payroll information.
Economists have said that South Africa’s economy was in difficulty before the Covid-19 crisis and forecasts for the rest of the year are alarming.
The National Department of Employment and Labour has paid out R1.67 billion from the UIF to workers in the Western Cape.
While the performance of the rand this week would be closely linked with the global risk sentiment, analysts believed it could react positively to another interest rate cut.
Platinum-mining supply was expected to lose its momentum this year due to the shutdowns to control the Covid-19 spread and repairs to the converter plant owned by Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), the World Platinum Investment Council (WPIC) said in a report published on Friday.
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