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The Chairperson of Sekunjalo Investment Holdings and Independent Media, Dr Iqbal Survé, has written to the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) and Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance requesting meetings about the ongoing disputes with the state-owned asset management company.
The projected growth rebound this year has been thrown into a tailspin as lockdown restrictions, rising fuel prices and power cuts threaten to push the country’s already struggling economy further into the abyss.
Truworths rallied 14.89 percent to R41.50 a share at the close on the JSE yesterday, pulling its peers The Foschini Group (TFG) and Mr Price higher following a better than expected business update published last week.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has warned of the long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the world’s economies as countries continue struggling to contain the second wave of infections.
Murray & Roberts said it would pursue legal defences in the courts in Dubai and South Africa, following an unexpected draw-down by the client of performance and loan guarantees of AED474 million (R1.97 billion).
The rand ebbed, and the dollar retained dominance as traders are looking ahead to this week’s MPC decision announcement and inflation data according to NKC Research.
Global information and insights company TransUnion has partnered with South Africa’s financial marketplace, Fincheck, to ease credit application processes for consumers.
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