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SA asked US to ‘back away’ from punitive tariffs

The country has been hit by steel and aluminium tariffs and the detrimental effect could be exacerbated if they are extended to the automotive industry.

Tencent traders prepare for wildest earnings reaction since 2015

Hold tight.

Should the rise in passive investing provoke a reaction in active managers?

Market distortions caused by passive investing create opportunities for active managers to sell high and buy low, but should they change course?

SABC, DStv sign new, ‘clean’ channel supply deal

SABC News and SABC Encore has signed a new agreement to continue being broadcast on DStv.

From crisis to crisis

'The time to worry is when things are going well'.

Ramaphosa appoints acting chief prosecutor after court ruling

Silas Ramaite has been appointed as the country's acting chief prosecutor.

Esor submits construction subsidiary to business rescue

Adds to a growing list of construction firms that are fighting off liquidation.

Gold Fields plans to slash jobs in mine restructure

It is expected that around 30% of the workforce will be cut.

Fund fees go to zero

Will the same happen in South Africa?

Ramaphosa proposes new sovereign wealth fund - party officials

To help boost economic growth.

Bennett wants to report Tigon judge’s 'irregularities'

A frivolous abuse of process – State.

The rainmaker

Willem Roos talks about constant innovation in South Africa.

Emerging market rout eases after ‘manic monday’ Turkey contagion

Some emerging currencies rose in early Asia trading, with the rand adding 0.6% against the dollar and the Mexican peso climbing 0.1%.

Sacrifices-and-savings savvy

Use the ‘free deal’ offered by the taxman while you're young.

Threat of contagion in emerging markets deepens commodity risk

Although so far, commodity markets appear to have ignored the potential for emerging-market contagion.

South Africa is no Turkey: It's not going to prop up the rand

It is unlikely that the Sarb will intervene to prop up the rand, unless the orderly functioning of markets is threatened, says deputy governor.

After inflation, Atlantic Seaboard house prices are now in decline

Cape Town house price growth cools (practically) across the board …

Rand plunges to 2-year low as Turkish crisis hits emerging markets

Rand slides 10% before paring losses.

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