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20h00 South Africa's telecoms
regulator said on Wednesday it will invite mobile operators to
apply to bid for spectrum for 4G and next generation 5G networks
from Oct. 2, with auctions expected to take place. . .
09h14 South Africa's rand weakened against the U.S. dollar in early trade on Wednesday, as traders assessed a fierce first debate between U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden.. . .
29/09 South Africa's rand firmed
on Tuesday, brushing off weak unemployment figures as caution
toward safe-haven assets ahead of the keenly awaited
presidential debate in the United States kept some risk
currencies in favour.. . .
29/09 Administrators in charge
of South African Airways (SAA) said on Tuesday that they were
suspending all operations and putting the struggling state-owned
airline under "care and maintenance" until funding for a
restructuring plan was found.. . .
29/09 More than 5 million more South Africans were "not economically active" during the strictest period of the coronavirus lockdown between April and June, statistics showed on Tuesday as the prospects of. . .
29/09 South Africa's car makers have asked the government to reduce taxes on new vehicle purchases as part of a proposed stimulus package for the coronavirus-hit sector, according to a presentation from. . .
29/09 South Africa's foreign
direct investment (FDI) inflows fell to 17.4 billion rand ($1.02
billion) in the second quarter from 29 billion rand in the first
quarter, the central bank said on Tuesday.. . .
29/09 South Africa's rand held steady versus the dollar early on Tuesday as financial markets braced for the first U.S. presidential debate, and traders awaited local second-quarter unemployment statistics.. . .
28/09 South Africa's post coronavirus economic recovery will face a number of constraints, with risks of a larger than forecast contraction this year tilted to the upside, ratings firm Moody's said on. . .
28/09 South Africa's rand strengthened early on Monday, helped by an improvement in sentiment toward emerging markets after China reported strong industrial growth data, easing some of last week's fears about a. . .
28/09 Offshore investors sold a net of 3.24 billion rand
($189.09 million) of South African stocks last week and 6.18 billion rand in bonds, data from
the Johannesburg Stock Exchange showed on Monday.
STOCKS. . .
26/09 South African Airways'
maintenance subsidiary has withdrawn its services to its parent
after the struggling airline failed to pay money it owes, SAA
spokesman Tlali Tlali told local news channel eNCA on Saturday.. . .
25/09 Shares on the Johannesburg
Stock Exchange (JSE) fell sharply on Friday, giving up gains
made earlier in the week, amid concerns that rising coronavirus
cases around the world could delay economic recovery.. . .
23/09 South Africa's rand fell
more than 1% on Wednesday as the dollar grinded higher, boosted
by its renewed safe-haven appeal amid concerns about a second
wave of coronavirus infections in Europe.. . .
22/09 South African retailer Retailability Ltd plans to reposition Edgars as a mass market brand catering to fashion and beauty products and exit from its homeware division, its chief executive told Reuters. . .
22/09 South Africa's rand weakened again early on Tuesday following a sharp plunge in the previous session when fears of a second wave of global cornavirus infections triggered a worldwide selloff of. . .
21/09 Offshore investors sold a net of 2.97 billion rand
($180.71 million) of South African stocks last week, and bought 1.68 billion rand in bonds, data
from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange showed on Monday.. . .
21/09 AngloGold Ashanti reinstated but trimmed its annual production guidance on Monday citing improved operating certainty including the expected conclusion of its sale of its South African assets.. . .
18/09 South Africa's stock
market corrected sharply during the week after a strong open on
Monday as poor retail sales data and a host of bleak company
outlooks added to the effects of weaker commodity. . .
18/09 South Africa sold a total
of 1.915 billion rand ($56.74 million) of its 2025,
2038 and 2050 inflation-linked bonds,
central bank data showed on Friday.
Yields rose compared with the previous. . .
17/09 Administrators at
struggling South African Airways (SAA) have called creditors to
a meeting on Friday after the government missed a deadline to
make funding available for a restructuring plan.. . .
17/09 Woolworths Holdings is reviewing its South African clothing business and the food division of Australian unit David Jones to respond to fashion trends and stem losses amid a slump in earnings,. . .
17/09 The South African government is continuing with efforts to locate funding sources for struggling South African Airways and is assessing proposals from several potential strategic equity partners, the Department of Public. . .
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