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SA's oranges are lemons: Mystery infection set to halve navel harvest

The orange industry is facing a “disaster”‚ with up to 40% of navels dropping off trees in the Eastern Cape.

South Africa launches public debate on possible wealth tax

A committee set up to review South Africa's tax system on Tuesday launched a public debate on one of the most controversial possible moves on its agenda - a wealth tax.

Banks cut growth forecast for SA

Nedbank and Standard Bank have joined FNB in cutting their growth forecasts for SA‚ citing rising concern that business confidence and investment will not pick up.
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IDC backs black industrialists to the tune of R2.3bn

The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has granted a total of R2.3bn in the form of loans and R562m as equity financing to black industrialists‚ Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel said Monday.

Rand returns to levels seen before cabinet reshuffle

The rand was firmer against the dollar on Monday morning‚ breaking through the critical R13 level on a softer dollar.

'Dump BEE for pushing up inequality among blacks'

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's economic adviser Professor Chris Malikane believes the government should introduce a raft of changes to achieve economic transformation.

Kuga sales down but Ford stays strong in SA car market

Ford Kuga sales have tanked but the iconic US brand has held its market share on other models.

Bail application by MTN financial accountant accused of fraud postponed

A bail application by MTN’s financial accountant‚ Branden Ruth Moshabane‚ who is accused of defrauding the company of around R24 million‚ has been postponed to Friday.

Trump administration says no U.S. trading partners manipulate currency

U.S. President Donald Trump's administration declined to name any major trading partner as a currency manipulator in a highly anticipated report on Friday, backing away from a key Trump campaign promise to slap such a label on China.

What downgrade means

The recent downgrade by Fitch and S&P has had many people concerned and confused at the same time.
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