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Stats SA 11h
Consumer inflation increases slightly to 4,5%. Listen here for more:
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Risenga Maluleke 13h
Today I addressed the 5th annual meeting of the . Thank you for allowing me the time to share with you our progress as a country in civil registration
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Lebogang Jun 13
Replying to @MdladlaSiya
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Murendeni Muhali 17h
SA's annual headline consumer price index (CPI), increased marginally to 4.5% in May from 4.4% in April.
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Mlungisi Magubane Jun 18
IsiZulu is the most spoken langauge in SA. L1 Speakers ~ 11.5 million L2 Speakers ~ 16 million. So 27.6 million people can speak isiZulu in SA. More than half of the population.
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Stats SA Jun 18
The volume of goods transported on our and railways increased by 3,6% y/y in April 2019. The corresponding income was up by 4,1% over the same period
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Stats SA 18h
inflation was 4,5% in May 2019, up from 4,4% in April 2019. The rate has remained below the 6% monetary policy ceiling since April 2017. During this time, has averaged 4,7% Listen here for more:
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katlego Jun 18
98% of Mafikeng Women Traffic Officers got that lekke ass. I should get myself one. Just saw a cutie now at the filling station, Jesus šŸ˜­
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Stats SA Jun 18
Total income for the accommodation industry increased by 3,7% y/y in April 2019. Income from accommodation increased by 5,5% y/y, the highest rate since December 2017
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Stats SA Jun 18
Income generated by the and beverages industry increased by 3,3% y/y in April 2019. Income earned from restaurants and shops increased by 0,8%
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Exchange Capital SA Jun 14
Mining production data released by Statistics South Africa on Thursday shows a 1.5% year-on-year decline in output during April. The negative contributors include gold, iron ore and chromium ore.
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Mzansi Facts Jun 16
Only 33% of black children live with their fathers whereas 87% of white children live with both parents.
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Risenga Maluleke Jun 11
Thank you for taking the time to visit us! Thank you also for your support and commitment to allow us to continue our work and to protect our independence.
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Risenga Maluleke Jun 10
Looking forward to introducing our new Minister and Deputy Minister to the staff at head office tomorrow
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Stats SA Jun 11
activity jumped by 4,6% y/y in April 2019, driven by higher production in iron & steel, motor vehicles & beverages. Production up by 2,8% in April 2019 compared with March 2019. here for more
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Risenga Maluleke Jun 18
As we celebrate and just after I will be discussing issues affecting the beyond on today from 13:30. Don't miss today's discussion
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Stats SA Jun 11
As Min address staff he reiterates that he will continue to protect the independence of StatsSA, calling on to say it as it is so that we can be informed by scientific evidence. ā€œDonā€™t produce sanitised reportsā€ he adds
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Stats SA Jun 13
SA production fell by 1,5% y/y in April 2019, with , iron ore and chromium the biggest drags on activity. The industry also produced 2,3% less in April 2019 compared with March 2019
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Stats SA Jun 13
trade sales increased by 10,4% y/y in April 2019, mostly driven by and new vehicle sales. Sales were also up by 3,9% in April 2019 compared with March 2019. This followed m/m changes of 2,2% in March 2019 and -1,3% in February 2019
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Ndzavi Derrick .CBA Jun 10
Beer is taking up over a third of household spending on beverages, followed by fizzy drinks and spirit coolers. Whisky follows wine in fifth place
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