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15th June 2009 A new “higher impact” Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) should be completed by January, South Africa’s newly installed Trade and Industry... →
28th May 2009 South Africa’s National Treasury remained opposed to adopting strategies that would seek to weaken the rand in order to boost the competitiveness... →
26th May 2009 The South African government would revise down its earlier growth forecast of 1,2% for 2009, but would only make this forecast known when it... →
7th April 2009 As part of its response to the current economic crisis, the South African government would seriously consider reversing some of the tariff cuts... →
7th April 2009 Unless South Africa and its State-owned enterprises (SoEs) started to meet the target of reducing the imported component of the country’s... →
1st April 2009 South Africa’s macroeconomic policies, which some observers have flagged as being potentially vulnerable to a “shift to the left” after the April... →
1st April 2009 The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) gave South Africa’s nascent renewable-energy industry a major boost on Tuesday when it... →
20th March 2009 Not surprisingly, energy group Sasol refused to be drawn into the war of words that recently erupted between oil group BP and State utility... →
11th November 2002 A free press can reduce poverty and boost economic development in poor countries, says a new book published by the World Bank. The book is entitled... →
1st January 2002 Summary of the Truth & Reconciliation Commission Report 1998. →