In your South African news today wrap-up, we’ve got some good news about the rand and some fierce accusations on state capture.
A good Thursday for the rand value was made even better by the SA Reserve Bank’s decision to keep the interest rate at 6.5%.
In Thursday’s South African news today wrap, the interest rate could be on the rise and state capture has dropped jaws yet again.
In your South African news today wrap for Wednesday, dagga still dominates, and a Power FM DJ has been fired for his “personal views”.
In your South African news today wrap for Tuesday, the further legalisation of dagga is on the table, and the state capture inquiry is lit…
In your South African news today wrap for Monday, we look at upcoming tests for the rand and the sentencing of Parktown monster, Collan Rex.
It’s Zondo vs Zuma at the state capture inquiry, and John Steenhuisen is lining up a few ANC members of his own. Here’s your South African news today wrap.
In the South African news today wrap, there are rumours of a Rama-coup and some great news for the citizens of Cape Town.
Your last South African news today wrap of the week features everything from Cassper Nyovest to more corruption at Transnet.
In this South African news today wrap, the rand remains a major talking point as the ANC prepare a R43 billion stimulus package.
If you’re squeamish, you might want to look away now. The dollar to rand value comes with a parental advisory warning on Wednesday.
Steinhoff’s secrets will be revealed in Parly, and Malusi Gigaba is in a spot of bother. All this and more in your South African news today wrap.
After already hitting a ten-year low, the rand value plummeted further against major currencies when SA slipped into recession on Tuesday.
Wondering why the rand value has gone haywire? It’s not just Trump tariffs and trade wars – there’s much more to it than that.
After announcing the constitution would be amended to accommodate land expropriation, the rand lost significant ground against the American currency.
ZAR’s Zuma woes are already a thing of the past
Happy rand, happy country
Our currency is now trading at less than R1 : $12, and there’s a few explanations why…
They’re a dictator down, with a government in waiting. What does it all mean for us?
You don’t have to be an economist to put two and two together on this one
It’s the financial revolution of our lifetime. Here’s what it’s all about…
Amidst an economic recession, high unemployment, political uncertainty and credit rating downgrades; the Rand to continued its recent counterintuitive behaviour by producing surprising strength early last week.
On Thursday, we celebrated the South African people ‘rising up’. The Department of Energy have also commemorated Freedom Day, by doing the same with the price of fuel.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe on Monday neither confirmed nor denied that Zuma might be taking further steps against finance minister Pravin Gordhan.
Now there’s something that’s bound to turn a few frowns upside down.