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25 July 2014
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25 Jul 2014
 
 
Gauteng Treasury to ensure closer scrutiny of municipal spend, revenues
ECONOMY
The Gauteng Treasury has outlined firm plans to work more closely with municipalities and local spheres of government to improve financial management, accelerate the payment of invoices and...
Updated 1 hour 25 minutes ago
 
 
Gauteng Dept of Finance leaders were 'ambivalent' on mandate – Creecy
ECONOMY
Gauteng MEC for Finance Barbara Creecy revealed in a statement on Friday that the leadership of the Gauteng Department of Finance (GDF) have acknowledged that they have been “ambivalent” about...
Updated 1 hour 44 minutes ago
 
 
Rossouw working on plan to stablise Eskom’s generation performance
ESKOM
Eskom’s appointment of former mining executive Mike Rossouw on a one-year, extendable assignment appears to be closely associated with Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown’s appeal for...
Updated 1 hour 57 minutes ago
 
 
Trade promotion to remain crux of UN’s Post-2015 Development Agenda
TRADE
World Trade Organisation (WTO) director-general Roberto Azevêdo assured the organisation’s General Council on Thursday that trade will continue to be a focus in the post-2015 Development Agenda,...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Solar revenues set to rise, but supportive policy seen as key driver
SOLAR ENERGY
Global revenues from solar energy operations could double from $59.84-billion in 2013 to $137-billion in 2020, new analysis from Frost & Sullivan shows. The consultancy’s ‘Global Solar Power...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
Numsa to continue metals strike
LABOUR
South Africa's main manufacturing union, Numsa, will continue its three-week strike after its regional branches accepted a wage offer from employers but rejected conditions relating to future pay...
Updated 3 hours ago
 
 
24 Jul 2014
 
IMF cuts SA’s 2014 growth outlook again, warns of tighter financial conditions
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has once again lowered its 2014 growth forecast for South Africa to 1.7%, having previously forecast that Africa’s second-largest economy would expand by...
 
 
25 Jul 2014
 
Malaria is the leading killer in Central African Republic – aid group
MALARIA
As a recent ceasefire deal boosts prospects for peace in Central African Republic, a key medical aid group warned on Thursday that malaria was the leading killer in the impoverished landlocked...
Updated 4 hours ago
 
 
 
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