I think Moodys will be happy – President Ramaphosa says plan to deal with Eskoms debt is imminent.

The PIC commission has slammed Iqbal Survs claims about Minister Pravin Gordhan.

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Post Office losses widen to more than R1bn as mail volumes decline

Losses at the SA Post Office increased by R95m, to R1.1bn for the 2018/19 financial year.

Minister to appoint new Post Office board, which is currently chaired by a Zuma loyalist

Govt plans for Postbank are backward, belong in Thatcher era – union

Union calls for harsh sentence to set example in Uyinene case

PSG credits Capitec for growth in otherwise gloomy conditions

The groups sum-of-the-parts value amounted to R259.56 per PSG Group share. By 11 October 2019 it was R299.57 per share.

The market is presenting rare opportunities for those who can ride the storm – PSG

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Sunday Times owner Tiso Blackstar expects a loss

The decline was due to once-off costs, the company said.

Competition Commission approves sale of Business Day, Sunday Times owner

One of SAs biggest steel pipe producers closes its doors as Eskom, Chinese imports bite

Whos who at Lebashe, the investment group that just acquired Tiso Blackstars media assets

Africa cellphone tower company raises more than R5bn in London listing

Helios Towers rose 1.8% in London after raising 288 million pounds ($364 million) in a long-delayed share sale that gives investors a foothold in Africas fast-growing wireless tower industry.

Helios to enter SA within the next year, says CEO

Take it back or else: Survs ultimatum to PIC exec over possible liquidation application

Sekunjalos chair has given her 24 hours to publicly correct her falsehood.

Judge rubbishes Survs claim that he is Gordhans pal

Iqbal Surv says he will sue financial regulator after offices raided

Solly Moeng: Post-colonial African leaders just picked up where colonial leaders left off

Post-colonial African leaders continue to treat Africans as little people who have no opinion to give in matters that affect their lives and future, says Solly Moeng.

There has never been a better time: Ramaphosas 7-point sell to investors

Ramaphosa: African Union will be durable as it learns from others mistakes

Ramaphosa says state capture cost SA more than R500bn, overseas criminals will be brought to book

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While little tangible progress has been evident so far, several key developments are due to be taken this month.

An unprecedented blackout that plunged millions of Californians into the darkness for days is over.

Tourism authorities say government should make an announcement as soon as this week.

Iqbal Surv accused Gordhan of trying to influence the commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation.

They either have support a contentious plan to raise the pay of impoverished farmers, or risk a halt to programmes that sustainability-conscious consumers increasingly demand.

Edward Kieswetter, who took over as head on May 1, inherited an institution that suffered massive failure of governance and integrity.

The finance minister has warned ANC leadership that urgent economic changes are needed.

This form of solidarity deserves political recognition and help from SARS, writes Ferial Haffajee.

New Sandton skyscraper is the tallest building in Africa – it offers a view of Magaliesberg.

The cryptocurrency project has become the regulatory equivalent of a pinata.

Fixing SAA means overcoming an organised crime syndicate, says ex-prosecutions boss Vusi Pikoli.

The Public Investment Corporation is committed to restoring sound corporate governance at the institution, members of Parliament have heard.

Ramatracker: The Ramaphosa report card – Hard work, but little to show for it

CCMA scrambling to prevent retrenchments amid jobs bloodbath

Cape Town parliamentary villages for MPs cost R363m for fifth Parliament

Group wants convicted Dutch arms dealer expelled from SA

Ramaphosa says state capture cost SA more than R500bn, overseas criminals will be brought to book

Vaal sewage crisis left hanging due to lack of funds

The frenzied fortnight thats set to seal the fate of Brexit

British and European Union negotiators are locked in secret talks in Brussels, a final desperate attempt to nail down a Brexit deal before a crunch summit starting on Oct. 17.

Earning just R600 a month, union says Zim state employees are too poor to go to work

Is the world economy sliding into first recession since 2009?

Chinas imports, exports both worse than expected in September

Trumps China handshake fails to lift economic gloom

US Fed unveils new steps to boost liquidity, manage rates

Trump threatens Turkey sanctions but isnt moving ahead yet

Workers are seeing meagre pay increases that do not keep up with inflation.

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UCT Graduate School of Business researchers look into their remarkable success and debunk a few common myths about entrepreneurship.

SARS branches open on Saturdays in October in push to meet tax deadlines

This group of South Africans went from poverty to wealth in 10 years, a new study shows

Make history: SA Mint wants your designs for a new R2 coin

Success story: Thobiles entrepreneurial spirit nurtured from a young age

What Mbowenis growth plan could do for small businesses

Stocks rise on positive US earnings and Brexit deal

With the United States earnings reporting season having kicked off today following the release of earnings from some of the major banks, investors shifted their focus to the health of the US companies.

Oil jumps above $60 as Iran tanker attack reignites Mideast risk

Renewed trade talks fail to lift JSE sentiment

WeWorks communications chief to leave after six turbulent months

Jimmy Asci, who had joined the New York-based co-working company in April, resigned last Wednesday, according to a person familiar with the matter who wasnt authorised to discuss the move publicly and asked not to be identified.

So hungry you could eat the plate? This Cape Town startup has made it big with edible bowls

PIC mulls submitting application to liquidate Survs Sekunjalo over debt, MPs hear

Sibanye hoping to avert AMCU platinum strike after wage deadlock

Pioneer shareholders vote in favour of PepsiCo takeover

SABC would make over R1bn profit if public started paying licence fees

50 companies blacklisted after EOH finds almost R1bn in fake work and overbilling

Investors struggling to find returns and protect their capital in unusual prevailing climate

Extremely low or negative yields in global markets make it challenging for investors to generate meaningful returns, says Brian McMillan of Investec Structured Products.

Foreigners dump South African shares at the fastest pace in two years

Big fund manager fined R100m after one of its unit trusts lost 66% in three days

Why the worlds wealthiest families are stockpiling cash

The market is presenting rare opportunities for those who can ride the storm – PSG

Rise of populism in SA could see rand blow up investment expert

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SABC suffers R482m loss, spends R81m on interest, penalties

The losses follow a period of SABC executives warning government and Parliament that the public service broadcaster needed financial assistance if it were to continue operating optimally, according to its annual report.

Elon Musk unveils plan for SpaceXs Mars Starship rocket

Cell C seeks more network access from MTN in battle for growth

Apples Mac Pro tariff relief requests approved despite Trump opposition

Facebook CEO eases tensions but lawmakers press on privacy rules

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