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MPs demand training to tackle new law

By: Sapa     27th January 2010 Members of Parliament (MPs) on Wednesday protested that they may not have the skill to implement the new Money Bills Amendments Act, which gives... 

Inflation edges higher in December

By: Sapa     27th January 2010 Consumer price inflation (CPI) edged higher in December, rising above the South African Reserve Bank's (SARB's) inflation target ceiling,... 

World Economic Forum meeting kicks off

By: SANews, SA government news service     27th January 2010 The global push to remodel and transform the current state of world financial markets will once again come under the spotlight as the World... 

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Motsoaledi recommits govt to primary healthcare

By: Sapa     27th January 2010 At a conference with his health MECs and national and international health experts on Tuesday, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said that the... 

Medical parole policy not retrospective  

By: Sapa     26th January 2010 If the medical parole policy was reviewed it would have no bearing on prisoners who had been granted parole prior to its enactment, chair of the... 

Rate unchanged but decision not unanimous — SARB

By: Sapa     26th January 2010 The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) kept the repurchase rate steady at 7% per annum, following the conclusion of its Monetary Policy Committee... 

Eskom prepares Maroga answering affidavit

By: Terence Creamer     26th January 2010 South Africa's State-owned power utility Eskom is in the process of preparing an answering affidavit, which would be lodged with the South Gauteng... 

Expropriation if SARB shareholders refuse to sell — YCLSA

By: Sapa     26th January 2010 If shareholders do not agree to sell their shares in the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) to the State, a process of regulated "expropriation"... 

SA, Australia team up to help Zim

By: Sapa     26th January 2010 South Africa and Australia have agreed on projects to help rebuild Zimbabwe, Australian Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said in Pretoria on Tuesday. 

SARB’s independence entrenched in Constitution

By: Sapa     26th January 2010 The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) said its independence is entrenched in the country's Constitution and "it is not owned by anyone". 

Make use of gas — Peters

By: Sapa     26th January 2010 The energy regulator needs to promote the use of liquid gas among South African consumers, Energy Minister Dipuo Peters said on Monday. 

Banks can be bailed-out, but not the planet, warns King

By: Chanel de Bruyn     25th January 2010 Business had to begin accepting that the milieu in which it operated had changed and that it was facing more than just an economic crisis, King... 

Zuma to lead delegation to WEF

By: Sapa     25th January 2010 President Jacob Zuma left for Davos, Switzerland on Monday where he will lead a South African delegation to the World Economic Forum (WEF) from... 

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