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The rand was firmer early on Friday ahead of trade and budget data, advancing for a second consecutive session.
Eskom has revised its offer to 6.2% for this year and 6% for the next two years or inflation-based if higher.
Tom Moyane is expected to appear this morning before the commission of inquiry into tax administration and governance at Sars.
Former Sars official says that investigative units were dismantled simply because they were impacting well-connected people and businesses.
Increase in Metrobus fares adds to the pressure most are feeling due to increase in VAT, fuel price and a climb in the cost of living.
Former head of Sars Large Business Centre unit, says she believes unit was dismantled so that there would be access to large sums of money.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has emphasised government's commitment to stimulate significant, new investment in the country's economy.
A former Vodacom employee who invented the “Please Call Me” is not allowed to disclose the details of the settlement.
Economists have warned that while an additional 56,000 jobs have been created in the last quarter, it doesn't paint a good picture overall.
Here is a brief discussion of the key risks for families to safeguard against in the quest to stay wealthy.