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Zuma's Gordhan recall: What we know so far

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has claimed ignorance about the controversial decision by President Jacob Zuma to recall finance minister Pravin Gordhan from a trip to London to engage with investors. While many have linked this to a possible cabinet reshuffle‚ it is unclear what the president’s intentions are.

Resurfacing political risk pulls the JSE down

The JSE was weaker in midday trade on Monday after Treasury officials confirmed that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy‚ Mcebisi Jonas‚ were ordered by President Jacob Zuma to return from an investor road show in the UK and US‚ saying the trip was unauthorised.

Rand continues its winning ways as it cracks through R12.35/$

The rand continued its winning ways on Monday morning as it powered through the R12.35/$ level for the first time since July 2015.

Rand reaches 20-month best level on positive economic data

The rand remained on the front foot on Friday afternoon‚ reaching a fresh 20-month best level of R12.4369 to the dollar in intra-day trade.
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R69m CitiBank 'collusion' settlement under the spotlight

The Competition Commission on Wednesday failed to disclose the percentage of its turnover the company will be paying as a fine.

Tribunal to hear first proposed settlement in forex matter

The first corporate leniency case relating to alleged collusion in the banking sector will be heard by the Competition Tribunal on Wednesday.
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Consumer inflation slows as food prices moderate

Consumer inflation slowed in February‚ as food inflation moderated‚ but remained outside the Reserve Bank’s 3%-6% target range.

Buy local and create a job: how Proudly South African is helping small businesses

Proudly South African was established in 2001, born out of the 1998 Presidential Job Summit convened by late former president Nelson Mandela.

Vodafone India and Idea Cellular to merge

British mobile phone giant Vodafone will merge its Indian unit with Idea Cellular to create the country’s largest telecoms operator, the firms said on Monday.

Security guards matched by helicopter unit in R2bn Fidelity ADT deal

The Fidelity Security Group on Thursday announced the financial conclusion of its acquisition of ADT South Africa from Tyco for R2 billion‚ following regulatory approval of the merger by the Competition Tribunal.
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