The Citizen – Business news

The Citizen – Business news

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The Citizen is a Gauteng-based daily, national newspaper, distributed Monday to Friday, with its core circulation in Gauteng (82%). Saturday Citizen appears on Saturdays.

The Citizen bring our readers the most important daily happenings, both locally and internationally in a concise, easy-to-read tabloid format.

Outa flags rates increases, staff costs in R50.8bn eThekwini draft budget

A full council is expected to adopt the draft budget of R50.8 billion next week.

Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe steps down

Hadebe will be officially released from his duty at the end of July.

Old Mutual says conflict of interest saw Peter Moyo axed as CEO

The board appointed chief operating officer Iain Williamson as acting chief executive officer. 

SARS warns of looming deadline for employer declarations

The service says it is crucial for employers to submit their annual reconciliation within the deadline.

Rob Davies sees rising unilateralism as trade war escalates

'It’s about leadership or hegemony over the fourth industrial revolution - whose technologies are going to be the dominant technologies,' he says.

GroupM launches Africa Media Index

The media investment company is responsible for nearly US$48 billion in annual media investment through various agencies.

Mediclinic poised for growth after absorbing Swiss regulation impact

The bottom line was hit by challenges in Switzerland, but with six more day clinics planned for SA and investments in Dubai, the private healthcare services group is set to grow.

Pinpointing the true value of financial advice

Advisors can add enormous value by being the independent, objective voice of reason that helps investors avoid the mistakes emotional and cognitive biases lead to.

Eskom’s new tariff to hit Joburg’s poorest

In March, Nersa granted the power utility an average price increase of 9.41%.

Reserve Bank keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.75%

The Reserve Bank governor says there are numerous pressures on inflation, but it will still decline slowly for the next three years, as it has since 2017.

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