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Listed investment holding company PSG Group yesterday warned its shareholders that it would swing into a first half loss on fair value losses in the share prices of its listed investments.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has left its economic forecast for South Africa unchanged, but warned that the country’s unemployment rate would rise to an unprecedented level.
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Coal-based fuels produced by petrochemicals giant Sasol’s Secunda plant received about R8billion in government support during 2019.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has written to Parliament requesting the Speaker of the National Assembly to enable him to postpone the medium-term budget by a week.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has asked Speaker Thandi Modise to postpone next week's Medium-Term Budget Policy statement.
South African banks had received 3 196 403 individual applications for assistance up to September 12 and granted assistance to 2 687 320, or 84 percent, of the individual customers who applied, the Banking Association of South Africa (Basa) managing director Bongiwe Kunene said this week.
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