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All eyes on Mboweni today

12th June 2003 South African Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni was expected to cut lending rates by one per cent today, a leading economist said yesterday. 

Nepad leaders warn of marginalisation

12th June 2003 African political and business leaders were confident yesterday that Nepad, the continent's economic recovery programme, was on the right track,... 

Cabinet welcomes summit outcome

12th June 2003 Cabinet has welcomed the outcome of the recent Growth and Development Summit, and committed itself towards ensuring its objectives are met,... 

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MDC secretary general freed, charges dropped

11th June 2003 A court in Zimbabwe yesterday dropped treason charges against Welshman Ncube, secretary general of the main opposition party Movement for... 

World Economic Forum Africa summit starts

11th June 2003 African political and international business leaders are to assemble in Durban today to help turn Nepad plans into actions. 

Mbeki urged to set up Zim 'road map'

11th June 2003 The leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance Tony Leon has called on President Thabo Mbeki to forgo his "failed" policy of quiet diplomacy for... 

Ngcuka calls for stricter asset forfeiture laws

11th June 2003 National Director of Public Prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka yesterday appealed to MPs to beef up legislation governing asset forfeitures. 

US unrelenting in criticism of Zim crackdown

11th June 2003 For the fourth time in five days, the US yesterday pilloried Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's government for its crackdown on the opposition,... 

Mdladlana in Geneva for ILO’s conference

10th June 2003 Labour minister Membathisi Mdladlana and his delegation from business, labour and government, arrived in Geneva, Switzerland, on Sunday for the... 

Big response to forex amnesty-Manuel

10th June 2003 There has been an "overwhelming response" to the government's foreign exchange amnesty since it became effective this month, Finance Minister... 

Former Iraq exiles meet as US woos leaders

10th June 2003 A group of one-time Iraqi exiles gathered yesterday in the Kurdish north to discuss the country's political future and their fears they were losing... 

Outlook for economy positive- Manuel

10th June 2003 The outlook for the economy remains positive and all indications are that its expansion run will continue, according to Finance Minister Trevor... 

R64bn needed for roads backlog -Radebe

10th June 2003 An estimated R56-billion is needed to repair and maintain South Africa's network of ageing provincial roads, says acting Transport Minister Jeff... 

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