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Fresh R3.5bn SAA bailout; Moody’s gives SA breathing space; Motsepe, Trump

SAA has been given access to R3.5bn from state-owned Development Bank of Southern Africa to avert the airline's collapse and ...
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How deadly coronavirus is wreaking havoc across the globe

Viruses are prolific at adapting, crossing the species divide from animals to humans - as the new coronavirus in China ...
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Call to government: Unlock R1.5trn property portfolio to boost economy – Brian Azizollahoff

Brian Azizollahoff offers a solution to the issue of land and property ownership: government should unlock its massive property portfolio....Read ...
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Bargain-hunters snap up SA stocks as coronavirus hits JSE; gold; UK visa perk

Foreign investors have been snapping up SA equities. Offshore investors bought a net R1.97 billion of JSE stocks last week, ...
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Clarification sought from banks on loans and expropriation without compensation – Daily Friend

Nicholas Babaya says CEOs should be more vocal "in their opposition to the constitutional amendment which is proposed"....Read MoreAuthor: BizNews ...
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Why I fly SAA – Paul O’Sullivan

On 1 February 1934 a new airline was born, when the South African government took over the assets and liabilities ...
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SAA, Eskom beg for cash; Africa’s ‘richest’ money scandal; SA ready for virus?

State entities SAA and Eskom are in the grip of a serious cash crunch. SAA has cancelled dozens of flights ...
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ABSA’s Peter Matlare on #WEF20, blockchain, challenger banks and the Davos ‘watering hole’

The big banks in South Africa are in a fierce battle to claim the top spot of the biggest and ...
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Public Protector backs O’Sullivan – six years on

The Public Protector has come out to directly contradict the decision by the National Prosecuting Authority not to prosecute an ...
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SAA slashes flights; inflation rises; scary costs of power cuts; Shoprite; Lesotho murder drama

SAA has been on the brink of collapse. The airline cut 38local and international flightsthis week, as its new bossesmoved ...
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