South Africa - Business Day
Friday - 29th May, 2020
MiX Telematics faces revenue dip
Car-tracking company MiX Telematics, which operates in about 120 countries, expects full-year revenu...
Thursday - 28th May, 2020
SAA rescuers, state discuss new airline
SAA’s business rescue practitioners told creditors on Wednesday that they were engaging with the g...
Tuesday - 26th May, 2020
Central Energy Fund in talks to buy Sasol’s petrol stations
The Central Energy Fund (CEF), the state-owned company whose main asset is oil and gas firm PetroSA,...
Monday - 25th May, 2020
SA eases lockdown to open up the economy
SA will further roll back restrictions to contain the Covid-19 pandemic from June 1 in a piecemeal e...
Friday - 22nd May, 2020
Bank’s rates-cutting cycle may peter out
The Reserve Bank, which cut interest rates to a record low to support an economy battered by Covid-1...
Thursday - 21st May, 2020
Land Bank asks for R22bn cash injection
The Land Bank has become the latest state-owned entity (SOE) to hold out a begging bowl after the le...
Wednesday - 20th May, 2020
Edcon is worth saving, say business rescuers
Edcon, SA’s biggest corporate casualty of the Covid-19induced rolling economic calamity, may still...
Tuesday - 19th May, 2020
Acsa may need R11bn due to Covid-19 hit
Airports Company SA (Acsa), one of the few profitable stateowned enterprises (SOEs) in recent years,...
Monday - 18th May, 2020
Business calls for quick move to level 2
Business has proposed SA move quickly to open virtually the entire economy, the latest sign of souri...
Friday - 15th May, 2020
Truce reached over SAA rescue plans
The government and the business rescue practitioners of SAA have reached a formal agreement to discu...
Thursday - 14th May, 2020
Powerhouse cities may stay locked down
Most of the country may see a further relaxation of one of the most stringent lockdown regulations i...
Wednesday - 13th May, 2020
Economy past tipping point, says Froneman
An apparent lack of co-ordination at cabinet level and no decisive, urgent leadership on restarting ...
Monday - 11th May, 2020
Oppenheimers help prevent horse racing industry collapse
SAs ’ largest horse racing group, Phumelela Gaming & Leisure, is to receive a cash injecti...
Friday - 8th May, 2020
State lab buckles under test demand
The Western Cape department of health has been forced to turn to the private sector for Covid-19 tes...
Thursday - 7th May, 2020
Wednesday - 6th May, 2020
Business for SA sees GDP plunging up to 17%
The Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown could cause SA’s economy to slump by almost 17%, a comprehe...
Tuesday - 5th May, 2020
Ramaphosa takes charge amid new-rules mixups
President Cyril Ramaphosa moved to assert his political authority in the face of criticism that he i...
Monday - 4th May, 2020
Transnet pension fund lawsuit alleges looting of hundreds of millions of rand
As the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) prepares to charge key Gupta family ally Eric Wood and o...
Thursday - 30th April, 2020
Covid-19 scuppers bid to save Edcon
A tsunami of economic destruction unleashed by Covid-19 claimed its first high-profile private compa...
Wednesday - 29th April, 2020
Cuban doctors come with a big price tag
The Cuban health-care team that arrived in SA at the weekend to help combat Covid-19 is set to cost ...
Friday - 24th April, 2020
Lockdown to be eased, but slowly
The Covid-19 national lockdown will ease slightly from the beginning of May. Some businesses will re...
Wednesday - 22nd April, 2020
Tuesday - 21st April, 2020
Health authorities can redeploy medical staff
Health minister Zweli Mhize has published new regulations that give the government sweeping powers t...
Monday - 20th April, 2020
Central bank called on to scale up bond purchases
The Reserve Bank should scale up its bond purchases to as much as R20bn a week to help lower borrowi...
Friday - 17th April, 2020
Government urged to take stimulus route
SA can and must mobilise substantial economic stimulus using the entire government balance sheet, ad...
Thursday - 16th April, 2020
State faces wrath of public servants
In the midst of dealing with the economic fallout of its battle to curb the spread of Covid-19, the ...
Wednesday - 15th April, 2020
Kganyago says no to printing money
Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has ruled out printing money to finance the government’s ba...
Tuesday - 14th April, 2020
Covid-19 could be with us potentially for years
SA’s lockdown has bought the country time to prepare the health system for Covid-19, but there is ...
Thursday - 9th April, 2020
Naspers finances ‘strong enough to face virus’
Naspers, Africa’s biggest company by value, says it is in a strong shape to withstand the economic...
Tuesday - 7th April, 2020
Monday - 6th April, 2020
SA to take $1bn Covid-19 loan from New Development Bank
The Treasury says it will take up a $1bn (about R19bn) loan from the New Development Bank (NDB) to f...
Friday - 3rd April, 2020
It is not enough, government told
The government is grappling with the fallout from the Covid19 lockdown with myriad of problems emerg...
Wednesday - 1st April, 2020
Tech giants seek India tax respite
Big US tech groups such as Google and Facebook plan to seek deferment of a new Indian digital tax, w...
Tuesday - 31st March, 2020
Ramaphosa steps up fight with home checks
SA will deploy a 10,000-strong force of field workers to visit homes across the country to screen pe...
Monday - 30th March, 2020
SA downgrade sets scene for turmoil
SA’s financial markets, hit by dislocations that prompted Reserve Bank intervention, could have a ...
Friday - 27th March, 2020
Edcon faces collapse as sales fall at least R1.2bn
The coronavirus outbreak in SA may be about to claim its biggest corporate victim with clothing reta...
Thursday - 26th March, 2020
Bold move as Bank turns to ‘quantitative easing’
As the Covid-19 crisis takes hold of SA, the Reserve Bank fired its own bazooka on Wednesday steppin...
Wednesday - 25th March, 2020
Farming sector to get more financial aid
The department of agriculture has set aside a package of R1.2bn to address effects of the coronaviru...
Tuesday - 24th March, 2020
Ramaphosa orders national lockdown
President Cyril Ramaphosa took aggressive action on Monday night to contain SA’s Covid-19 outbreak...
Friday - 20th March, 2020
Bank joins global fight against coronavirus
The Reserve Bank cut interest rates by twice as much as economists predicted as it joined a global f...
Thursday - 19th March, 2020
Economic contraction looks certain for SA
As the world economy hurtles towards a sharp and punishing recession, economists are slashing SA’s...
Tuesday - 17th March, 2020
Government scrambles to limit spread of virus
As SA’s stock markets crashed to their biggest intraday loss to date, officials scrambled to imple...
Monday - 16th March, 2020
Amplats bucks the safety trend
Anglo American Platinum’s (Amplats) record performance with zero fatalities in 2019 was no acciden...
Friday - 13th March, 2020
Probe Matjila, says scathing PIC report
The commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has made scathing findings ag...
Thursday - 12th March, 2020
SA’s six new virus cases ‘imported’ from Europe
Six people who travelled to Europe independently of SA’s first group of confirmed coronavirus case...
Wednesday - 11th March, 2020
SA economy may not recover for five years FirstRand CEO —
Alan Pullinger, CEO of FirstRand, one of the country’s largest financial institutions, says SA’s...
Tuesday - 10th March, 2020
Traders brace for more market, rand volatility
As four more South Africans tested positive for the coronavirus, analysts were left contemplating mo...
Monday - 9th March, 2020
Amplats force majeure to hit global PGM supplies
Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), the world’s secondbiggest source of platinum group metals (PGMs...
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