Michael Feroli, Chief US Economist at JP Morgan Chase, said there were strong indications that the United States economy would make a major comeback during the second quarter of the year.
The Automobile Association (AA) expects the price of petrol to increase by 49 cents at the end of April, despite a recent firming of the rand.
Earthlife Africa said the Western Cape High Court’s ruling against the South African government’s nuclear deal was a major victory for democracy.
The money paid to Tegeta was not a loan but a prepayment, Eskom has insisted.
The Democatic Alliance is adamant former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe should not receive any more money from the utility, after Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown rejected the board’s bid to afford Molefe a R30 million pension payout.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies has insisted it is the South African government’s priority is to ensure that there is certainty and continuity in the trade and investment relationship between South Africa and the United Kingdom as a result of Brexit.
The inaugural session of the South Africa-China High-Level People-to-People Exchange Mechanism will start in Pretoria on Monday.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has declined Eskom’s proposal to pay its former Group Chief Executive Brian Molefe, a R30 million pension payout.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said votes were already being bought, as the African National Congress prepares for its elective conference later this year.
Andrew Chirwa, President of the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa (Numsa), said the South African Federation of Trade Union (Saftu) would be a giant of South African politics.