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Moneyweb Holdings is an independent financial media group listed on the JSE. The company’s flagship internet brand is Moneyweb.co.za, South Africa’s premier online source of investment information.

Moneyweb is one of the top three financial publications in South Africa.

Moneyweb also publishes the only digital daily newspaper in South Africa: Moneyweb Today. The newspaper was launched in April 2014 and is growing quickly.

Rand, bonds recover slightly from virus-related selloff

Bonds also recovered, with the yield on the benchmark 2026 issue down 6 basis points to 8.085%.

SAA receives R3.5bn from DBSA

The business rescue practitioners can immediately draw down R2bn of the facility.

Motsepe apologises for telling Trump Africa loves him

'I do not have the right to speak on behalf of anybody except myself'.

SAA may receive emergency funding from state bank

South African Airways (SAA) could receive some of the funding needed to avert its collapse from the Development Bank of Southern Africa, a state-owned financier, two people familiar with the situation said. While the amount is yet to be decided upon, the national carrier, which is in a local form of bankruptcy protection, needs the

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World Bank raises Rwanda 2019 growth estimate for second time

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Cell C defaults on interest repayments on R2.7bn loan

Blue Label shares sink.

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Kenya central bank follows SA with a surprise cut

'There is downside risk” for further cuts this year.'

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