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Justin Brown
City Press Business Editor. Ex Business Report News Editor, Online Editor & resources reporter. Opinions my own. Retweets and follows are not endorsements.
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Justin Brown 22h
TymeBank CEO Sandile Shabalala has tendered his resignation for personal reasons after three years in the position. Tauriq Keraan, deputy CEO of TymeBank, would manage the transition period until a new CEO had been appointed, TymeBank said in a statement.
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Justin Brown 22h
Anglo American Platinum shares are up 2.5% after the company announced that its results for the half year ending June are forecast to climb by at least 80% when compared to the prior comparable half year.
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City Press Jun 24
Newsletter| Cost-cutting measures introduced by Treasury – such as limiting the use of consultants and doing away with official credit cards – will not be implemented by municipalities next month because SA Local Government Association objected to them
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City Press Jun 24
Nafcoc in turmoil as two rental payments from government – totalling R14 million – goes missing: According to a whistle-blower rent collector Zakhumzi Construction's ‘creative accounting’ ensured the money did not reach the intended beneficiary
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City Press Jun 24
It is not clear where the injection of close on R230bn of fiscal support from the government that President Cyril Ramaphosa announced in his state of the nation address will come from, according to S&P Global Ratings director Ravi Bhatia by
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City Press Jun 23
A recent workshop inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation heard that the asset manager should have an independent board chairperson. The tradition has been for the deputy minister of finance to be appointed as the PIC chairperson
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City Press Jun 23
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his finance minister want a new currency by March and would seek financing from the International Monetary Fund
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City Press Jun 21
Nafcoc president Sabelo Macingwane breaks his silence on chamber’s shenanigans. By
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City Press Jun 22
Business |A strained market and weak economy may have driven sugar producer Tongaat Hulett to inflated income figures and subsequent forensic investigation
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City Press Jun 22
In Business today: Nafcoc in turmoil as two rental payments from government, totaling R14 million, goes missing; the massive bailout of Eskom will most likely be paid for through the issuing of extra state bonds, loans and even tax hikes
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City Press Jun 22
RT : Leading the Business pages in tomorrow, what happened to R14 million in government payments destined for the investment vehicle of Nafcoc?
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City Press Jun 22
RT : In Business on Sunday we profile the guru of kasi entrepreneurship
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City Press Jun 22
RT : Someone’s going to have to pay for Eskom. Pick up on Sunday to read our business analysis
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City Press Jun 20
Newsletter| Nhlanhla Ndlovu is everything but a typical entrepreneur. The Soweto born and bred entrepreneur has managed to carve out a unique business model that generates income for poor homeowners at no cost to them
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Justin Brown Jun 20
Ramaphosa: We have not built a new city in 25 years of democracy. The cities of Joburg, Tshwane, Cape Town and Ethekwini are running out of space to accommodate all those who throng to the cities.
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Justin Brown Jun 20
Ramaphosa: I dream of a South Africa where the first entirely new city built in the democratic era rises. This dream has been fueled by my conversations with four people: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Naledi Pandor, Jessie Duarte and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
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Justin Brown Jun 20
Ramaphosa: We want a South Africa that has prioritised its rail networks, and is producing high-speed trains connecting our megacities and the remotest areas of our country.
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Justin Brown Jun 20
Ramaphosa: We expect the new SIU Special Tribunal will start its work within the next few months to fast track civil claims arising from SIU investigations, which are currently estimated to be around R14.7 billion.
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Justin Brown Jun 20
Ramaphosa: We are committed to building an ethical state in which there is no place for corruption, patronage, rent-seeking and plundering of public money.
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Justin Brown Jun 20
Ramaphosa: The decisive steps we have taken to end state capture and fight corruption, including measures to strengthen the NPA, SIU, Sars and State Security, are achieving important results.
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