Skip to Content

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019
Home / Financial News
News Powered by

Oil shock could kill rate cut; Trevor Manuel eats humble pie; Prosus opinion divided; Trump tax disclosure

The assault on Saudi Arabian oil facilities is already taking its toll on South Africa's rand, and may put paid ...
Read More

Prepare for coal burn-out – Chris Yelland

Energy analyst, Chris Yelland says there is evidence already in the coal export industry of decline and the industry should ...
Read More

Taxman turbo charges reconstruction

The loss of trust in SARS had planted a seed of tax revolt in the minds of some South Africans, ...
Read More

Oil price shock: What it means for SA; Sasol soars; BMF backs Moyo; Eskom advertises for expensive help

The oil price spike has rocked financial markets, with good news and bad news for South Africa....Read MoreAuthor: BizNews The ...
Read More

SA coal exports set to drop as renewables gather pace

South Africa's thermal-coal exports are expected to drop as its main export hub faces growing competition and new cheaper energies ...
Read More

Smell the roses and build on the good stuff – Chuck Stephens

Chuck Stephens, Executive Director of theDesmond Tutu Centre for Leadership,lists nine things that are good about South Africa and turns ...
Read More

Saudi oil output halved; SA’s new oil laws; CR’s envoys into Africa; HK tourism drops 40%

Friction between the US and Iran escalated to a dangerous level after Saturday's attack on a critical Saudi Arabian oil ...
Read More

Take another look at property in your portfolio: It might not power up returns – Dawn Ridler

Johannesburg-based money expert Dawn Ridler assesses whether it is still worth taking a big punt on property....Read MoreAuthor: BizNews The ...
Read More

You think Old Mutual boss Peter Moyo has had a raw deal? Try Nissan for size!

In Japan, is there one standard of justice for Japanese executives and another for non-Japanese executives?The forced resignationon Monday of ...
Read More

58 murders a day; Record Steinhoff fine; 40% of borrowers default; Sanlam for Rhinos; Spur, Aspen

The number of murders in South Africa has climbed to the highest level in a decade as an overburdened police ...
Read More
Loading...