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Money Market with Chris Gibbons

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Money Market with Chris Gibbons

The SIU give the green light to investigate the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, Home Affairs makes inroads into the visa backlog, and Bitcoin flies on the back of Trump's nod of approval.
17 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

SA is planning a mission to the US over bilateral ties, the new energy regulator approves Eskom's bid for a license for Koeberg Unit 1, and the markets react to the Trump assassination attempt.
16 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Foreigners buying SA bonds on the increase, the dollar remains unchanged despite the Trump assassination attempt, and the new cabinet gets its first briefing from Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana.
15 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

A surprising drop in US inflation figures, SAMWU gets a 7 per cent increase for water sector workers, and NUMSA calls off strike after bonus victory.
12 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Transnet's woes continue, Pick n Pay's plan to restore profitability goes ahead, and Rise Mzansi's Songezo Zibi elected to pivotal role.
11 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Transnet suspends operations at several ports, Shell has a new drilling destination, and Eskom resumes load reduction.
10 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Extreme weather causes shipping delays, Ramakgopa wants to embark on an 'ultra-aggressive" renewable energy programme, and Autozone goes into business rescue.
9 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

The country passes the 100-day mark of no load shedding - but at what cost? Ramakgopa wants approval to build a new nuclear plant, and despite conflicting reports, TotalEnergies says it's not exiting SA.
8 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Temporary visa concessions granted to foreign nationals, SAA to extend destinations, and the pound has yet to react to news of Labour's victory as Keir Starmer readies to move into 10 Downing Street.
5 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Dominating economic headlines - TotalEnergies SE plans to walk away from South Africa's giant gas fields near Mossel Bay.
4 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

NUMSA readies for an indefinite strike at Ford, the US imposes sanctions on Oudtshoorn flight school, and investors still nervous about the fragility of the political landscape.
3 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Absa's Purchasing Manager's Index at its highest since 2022, the markets react to the new cabinet , and Air France says summer traffic to France has slowed due to the Olympics.
2 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Politics trumps economics - the rand reacts to the new cabinet, France's Marine Le Pen's Far Right takes the lead in their election race, and will the Democrats keep Trump out of the White House?
1 Jul 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

SA has achieved its first primary surplus budget in 15 years but it's not all good news, ABSA's share price slumps, and the rand tumbles as the DA threatens to pull out of the government of national unity.
28 Jun 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Another ex-Steinhoff big shot arrested in Pretoria, the Reserve Bank must prove its ability to achieve its inflation target, and the government of national unity must bring meaningful change if it wants the support of business says CEO Neal Froneman.
27 Jun 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Some 67 000 jobs lost in the first quarter of the year, Capitec launches a new life cover product, and a drop in the price of petrol on the cards.
26 Jun 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Naspers has more than doubled its core headline earnings per share, and Takalot takes a dig at online fast fashion giants Shein and Temu.
25 Jun 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

Eskom wins its appeal to keep 5 highly polluting coal plants running until 2030, and Sasol wins the first round of its legal battle with Transnet.
21 Jun 2 min

Money Market with Chris Gibbons

SA's inflation rate has stayed level, all eyes are now on the formation of the new cabinet, and government has set a target to come up with a plan to dismantle the ban on rhino horn trade.
20 Jun 2 min
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