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"In the digital age, with a plethora of information at our fingertips, is the practice of tracking financial indicators still important? If it is, which indicators should we be paying attention to and why?"
Here's a list of 15 amazing -- and slightly crazy-- things you didn't know you can do in South Africa. Like spend half a day hanging out with meerkats.
"If you learned everything you know about South Africa in a guidebook, broaden your horizons a bit. Here’s a list of 15 amazing — and slightly crazy– things you can do. Like spend half a day on a meerkat encounter"
Scam SMS claims your bank has paid money it owes you to the banking ombudsman's office
"South Africa: If you receive an SMS that appears to be from the banking ombudsman, notifying you that your complaint has been successful and that your bank has paid funds to the ombudsman’s office, don’t respond. It’s a scam, probably aimed at gleaning your personal information, such as your bank account details"
South Africa's government has slowed its nuclear power expansion plans, according to a draft energy paper, although state energy utility Eskom said the country should stick to its original plan of bringing a new plant online by 2025.
"South Africa has the continent's only nuclear power station and is seeking to expand its nuclear, wind, solar and coal power capacity in the coming decades as electricity output barely meets demand"
When you eat fiery curries in Durban’s sticky humidity, be prepared to feel the heat: Best curry restaurants in Durban.
"Durban is home to the largest Indian community outside India. That makes it curry central, and eating a spicy Indian dish here should top your tourist to-do list"
EAC member countries want to remove all non-tariff trade barriers. It will reduce costs and save up to 20% of the time it take to import and export goods.
"The East African Community wants to remove all non-tariff trade barriers in an effort to cut down on transportation time and reduce the cost of moving products and services between the six member countries — Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan"
Renowned scenario planner highlights various red flags that investors in South Africa should keep an eye on.
"Renowned scenario planner highlights various red flags that investors in South Africa should keep an eye on"
AB InBev agrees to sell SABMiller’s stake in drinks maker Distell Group over a shorter time period than the three years recommende
"SABMiller is the second-largest shareholder in the maker of Amarula liquor and Klipdrift brandy, behind Remgro, which owns 53 percent. Distell shares gained 1.7 percent to close at R158.75 yesterday"
African Rainbow Capital has made its first investment in SA’s residential property market with a stake in Val de Vie Investment
"African Rainbow Capital has made its first investment in SA’s residential property market with a stake in Val de Vie Investment"
South Africa's Tiger brands sells its Ethiopian business. This follows its divestment from its Nigerian business earlier this year to Dangote Industries.
"South African food producer Tiger Brands said on Thursday it has sold its 51 percent stake in an Ethiopian business for an undisclosed amount to other shareholders"
Leon Myburgh of the South African Reserve Bank says that while the recent opinions from rating agencies were ‘somewhat’ positive, the country is not yet out of…
"The first factor is economic strength, “which reflects a country’s intrinsicability to honour its debt obligations and deal with various exogenous shocks"
South Africa’s biggest fast food restaurant chain reports its 15th consecutive year of growth.
"Famous Brands, South Africa's biggest fast-food restaurant chain, reported a 16 percent rise in profits on Monday, its 15th consecutive year of growth."
Cause for celebration in a struggling economy: South African auto production is poised for massive growth with a $735M auto park planned.
"South Africa plans to start a $735 million automotive-supply park south of Durban in 2018"
BDlive covers economics, business and politics as the website of Business Day, the South African national daily newspaper, including Business Times
"The guardian of SA’s strategic crude oil stocks, has sold 10-million barrels of crude — close to its entire stockpile — in a closed tender at rock-bottom prices without obtaining permission from the Treasury."
ArcelorMittal SA’s Saldanha plant will keep operating, after it was placed under review earlier this year due to low steel prices and rising costs.
"ArcelorMittal SA’s Saldanha plant will keep operating, after it was placed under review earlier this year due to low steel prices and rising costs."
Government, labour and business have on Monday agreed to join forces and implement a number of interventions to boost the country’s economy.
Plans in place to boost South Africa’s economy
South Africa's Growing Urban Population Sustaining Fast Food Business. A growing urban population in South Africa, as more people flock towns
"A growing urban population in South Africa is likely to keep the fast food businesses open despite a slowdown in the country’s economy."
The Competition Tribunal hearing into the SABMiller and Coca-Cola merger that will create Africa’s biggest bottling compan
"South Africa: The Competition Tribunal hearing into the SABMiller and Coca-Cola merger that will create Africa’s biggest bottling company"
A new report shows that South Africa is losing out in Africa when it comes to attracting the super wealthy.
" South Africa is losing out in Africa when it comes to attracting the super wealthy"