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General Desmatic the MVP Dec 4
We are out because of the 15% VAT... The economy grew with 2.2 percent because of the squeeze that has been implemented on the poor. Nothing new here, the price of food and gas is still on record high.
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Stats SA Dec 4
The South African is out of , growing by 2,2% in Q3:2018 compared with Q2:2018 Access all available documents here until website has been restored:
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South African Government Dec 4
Earlier this morning, ’s Statistician General Risenga Maluleke released Gross Domestic Product figures in the third quarter 2018 show that the South African economy grew by 2.2%
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dandelions 8h
Start . is driving us towards another
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Arrest LAND Thieves Dec 4
Honestly, 2018 was my year until February when happened.
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Crush The Market 5h
The Wheels Are Falling Off The Global As Joins Other EU Countries With A Negative Print After Biggest CapEx Collapse Since Financial Crisis.
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Vusi Thembekwayo Dec 4
This is good news .... (Side note: anyone tracking constructions stocks will tell you that the sector is in serious trouble. The often under-reported mass rentrenchments, business rescues & voluntarily liquidations indicate that more is coming). Source
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Chris McKaskell Dec 8
Going through boxes renovating the office and I found this program from We were featured among a handful who had shown starting at the first show for ten straight years. Just reflecting on what we did to survive Thrilled to return!
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Jay🇿🇦 Dec 4
South Africa is out of technical but things are still the same for unemployed graduates. Already received two rejection emails today. Probably I get 1 of this every week but I wont give up and will always do my best for my daughter and family. ✊
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Nathan Auldridge 23h
Replying to @Unpersuaded112
…Yet the Stockmarket is still Significant, bc if enough investors are genuinely scared, it could mark the start of a . It’s especially important if Investors have a good reason to suspect that Consumer spending is in danger of suddenly, or deeply declining…
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Tuomas Malinen 27m
With 1) higher-than-ever debt, 2) rising interest rates, and 3) stagnated productivity growth how would we not have a global ? We may be much closer to a than many think.
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Goolam Dec 4
South African president pulls South Africa out of a From this point on it can only get better and better under his presidency
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T Simms Dec 5
Replying to @politvidchannel
Wow.. .n he will b in jail..
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Victor Kgomoeswana Dec 4
Are we out of technically, or really out of it?
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Morningstar.ca Dec 6
“Typically, the yield curve inverts about 13 months prior to a . We still have about 80 basis points of steepness between the 3-month treasury and 10-year U.S. treasuries,” says Martin Downie of
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Kuzwane Kuz Masinda Dec 4
The country might be out of but the fact is only the rich capitalists constantly enjoy the aftermath of this, The poorer remain exactly the same in their deteriorated situation.
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MiddleRob 🇺🇸🏳️‍🌈🗽 Dec 8
Thank you presidents 43, 44, 45. And thank you 45 for the upcoming .
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Sinelizwi Dec 4
Ok thank you, can we now get employed
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Jeffrey Jones 3h
Comment... Everyone scratches their heads and wonders: Is there literally NOTHING that could cause Trump's diehard base to abandon him? My view: a RECESSION would do it. And I think one's coming in 2019.
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Lee💕 Dec 4
Bringing Beyoncé was the best decision ever bona nou we no longer in recession. Thank you president Motsepe 😂🙌
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