Unemployment and the economy have displaced COVID-19 as the top concerns for South African consumers as they personally experience the […]
Yesterday, many industries including the construction industry, returned to work to commence with operations in a safe manner in line […]
It is vital that the entire construction industry be allowed to return to work as soon as possible. If this […]
Although the construction industry is known to be at the forefront of risk mitigation, as it follows very strict processes […]
South Africa is relatively stable at present, with modest economic growth predicted, owing to a number of economic, public and political […]
National Treasury says S&P’s latest rating affords the country an opportunity to demonstrate that it can implement measures to turn […]
Friday, 23 November 2018 – PPC Ltd today announced strong financial results for the six months ended 30 September 2018. […]
South Africa’s economic recovery plans face serious constraints with growing debt of state firms domestically and capital outflows as a […]
Goldman Sachs expects South Africa‘s economy to grow almost 3% next year, helped by President Cyril Ramaphosa‘s reforms and strong global growth, the bank‘s sub-Saharan […]
Former MD of the Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company, Professor Charles Inyangete, has disclosed that to forestall a housing crisis in […]
The economic environment for private equity investments in Africa has improved from a few years ago during a global economic downturn, and this bodes […]
Infrastructure development is a key driver of South Africa’s growth prospects, with rail and water infrastructure focal areas.
President Jacob Zuma has directed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba to identify concrete measures to urgently address the country’s economic challenges, the president’s office said on Monday. The directive […]
National Treasury on Tuesday welcomed the news that the economy grew by 2.5% in the second quarter, technically signalling that South […]
South Africa’s political turbulence has prompted 28% of surveyed local business executives to give the nation’s economy a pessimistic outlook for the year ahead, according to advisory firm Grant Thornton’s second-quarter International Business Report (IBR).
Industry does not view Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s new 14-point plan as likely to stimulate the growth South Africa desperately needs. Rather, economists are viewing it as a group of administrative measures that will only move to stabilise the battered economy.
Despite negative perceptions, South Africa’s economy remains resilient, while the construction industry remains healthy and continues to perform well, says JSE-listed open-pit mining […]
JSE-listed minerals exploration, development and investment company Sephaku Holdings’ (SepHold’s) net profit increased by 12.8% year-on-year to R68.1-million for the […]
Despite negative perceptions, South Africa’s economy remains resilient, while the construction industry remains healthy and continues to perform well, says Afrimat CEO Andries van Heerden. […]
The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (Sacci’s) Business Confidence Index (BCI) declined to its lowest level this year, at […]