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Kganyago: Anchoring inflation at 4.5% will allow flexibility to deal with shocks

The Reserve Bank is seeking to anchor inflation at the midpoint of its target range of 3% to 6% to allow flexibility to deal with price shocks.

Ferial Haffajee: Can Ramaphosa manage R1.2trn investment and expropriation without compensation?

The ANC election manifesto is like the biriyani of political documentsm writes Ferial Haffajee - a mix of many things.

Markets LIVE: Rand edges closer to R14/$

The rand started the day at R13.97/$, an analyst warned it could breach the R14/$ mark if current risk aversion in markets persist.

Ghosn said ready to resign from Renault with new leaders eyed

Renault SA is preparing for a shift in leadership, with Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said to be ready to resign more than two months after his arrest in Japan for alleged financial crimes.

Solly Moeng: SA may be open for business - but will its story sell?

President Cyril Ramaphosa commands respect as a leader, but SA has its work cut out to impress investors, says Solly Moeng.

How parliament plans to take control of Brexit from Theresa May

With Prime Minister Theresa May refusing to budge from her Brexit position, a series of amendments have been proposed by different members of Parliament demanding various changes of direction.

Meet the judge, the ex-Reserve Bank boss and veteran stock-broker overseeing the PIC inquiry

Fin24 profiles thee three commissioners heading the inquiry into alleged impropriety, mismanagement, abuse of whistle-blowers and information leaks at state-run asset manager the Public Investment Corporation.

MasterCard fined €570.6m for ramping up EU card fees

MasterCard has been fined €570.6m by the European Union for imposing rules that regulators say may have artificially raised the costs of card payments in the region.

ANC calls for end to sanctions against Zimbabwe

The African National Congress has called for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe, where clashes between security forces and anti-government protesters claimed at least 12 lives.

SA passport rated 53rd most 'mobile' in the world

The South African passport remains stable in 53rd position on the latest Henley Passport Index.

Tencent, Netease still frozen out as China approves latest games

Tencent and Netease were left out again when regulators green-lit the latest batch of online games, spurring concern that China's largest gaming companies may have to wait longer than anticipated to start making money off hit titles.

Markets WRAP: Rand closes at R13.89/$

Emerging currencies are expected to take strain this week; Investec bumps Sibanye shareholding above 5%.

Gloomy IMF global outlook dampens the JSE

The JSE has closed softer along with other major global indices as pessimism engulfed the markets after the IMF trimmed its global growth forecasts.

Investec bumps Sibanye shareholding above 5%

Investec has acquired a further interest in the ordinary shares of Sibanye-Stillwater.

Google says it's considering pulling news service from Europe

Lawmakers in Europe are set to test how important Google thinks its news-aggregation service really is.

Higher education funding model is unsustainable - World Bank

The World Bank has flagged the Treasury's funding of a phased-in approach to fee-free higher education as unsustainable, saying it should move to a contingent loan income system instead.

AYO business was introduced to PIC by ex-CEO Dan Matjila

The proposal to invest in AYO Technology Solutions came from the office of the former Public Investment Corporation former chief executive Dan Matjila.

World Bank says Eskom simply too big to fail

"It is just too big to allow it to disintegrate, and fixing all these pieces will be costlier than trying to reform it," the bank's country director for SA said at a media briefing in Johannesburg.

Ghosn denied bail yet again, trial still months away

Carlos Ghosn's bail application was rejected again, even after the fallen car titan offered to wear an electronic tracker and be monitored by guards.
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