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Gigaba, Mngoma face-off at Zondo commission rescheduled

Independent online (SA) 10 Apr 2021
Johannesburg - The highly anticipated face-off between former Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and his estranged wife Norma Mngoma at the Zondo commission has been rescheduled to next Tuesday ... to Gigaba when he served as minister of public enterprises and as minister of finance.
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How tech companies can help reverse talent erosion in rural communities

Business Day Online 08 Apr 2021
For decades, companies, especially tech providers, have followed a certain operational pattern ... The problem with concentrated resources in the urban landscape ... The same holds true for other industries in other cities as well (finance in London, New York, and Johannesburg, for example) ... Embracing a better way.
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Chamber of Mines calls for collaboration with WRCC to harness resources

B & FT Online 31 Mar 2021
Mr ... These pillars he said are ... He added ... We have taken a decision to build what we call the ‘Sekondi-Takoradi Financial Services Hub’, so that all these underpins can be built with financing. I am interested in the story of Johannesburg, and I believe we can easily do same without blinking an eye,” the regional minister added ... ....
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Bank of America boss Richard Gush expects M&A to rise

Business Day 28 Mar 2021
“We expect it to be a reasonably busy year from an investment banking perspective,” said Bank of America’s SA country executive, Richard Gush ... So the defensive work is mostly done ... The firm operates an office of 65 people in Johannesburg active in institutional equity trading and research, corporate finance, and debt and equity capital raising.
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Newly-elected CAF boss vows to improve African football

Sina 17 Mar 2021
JOHANNESBURG, March 16 (Xinhua) -- The Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Patrice Motsepe on Tuesday vowed to ... We need financing for the whole of the continent," he said at a press briefing in Johannesburg.
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National shutdown of universities to go ahead on Monday

Independent online (SA) 14 Mar 2021
This follows violent confrontations between police and students last week which claimed the life of a bystander outside the Wits campus in Johannesburg. The student union said it rejected Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s decision - announced in his annual budget speech - to cut budgets and reduce university subsidies for higher education ... IOL .
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Impact of Covid-19 slashes R81bn from Gauteng GDP

Independent online (SA) 12 Mar 2021
Johannesburg - Gauteng Finance MEC Nomantu Nkomo-Ralehoko on Thursday announced that the province’s gross domestic product (GDP) shrunk by almost R81 billion from R1.1 trillion in 2019 to R1 trillion last year. Nkomo-Ralehoko was delivering the Gauteng Budget at the provincial legislature ... .
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How Pariti is connecting founders with capital, resources and talent in emerging markets

Crunch 05 Mar 2021
Their backgrounds, according to Ayele, run the gamut from finance and marketing to product and technology across a range of sectors ... The CEO who studied finance and investment banking in the U.S. moved back to Africa to start a pan-African accelerator in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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World Bank readies Covid-19 vaccine funds for around 30 African countries

Independent online (SA) 03 Mar 2021
JOHANNESBURG - The World Bank is preparing emergency financing to help about 30 African countries access Covid-19 vaccines, the global lender told Reuters, as the continent scrambles to secure doses and start immunising vulnerable groups ... The World Bank said financing projects ...
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Government not swimming in cash, warns Tito Mboweni in Budget 2021 Speech

Independent online (SA) 25 Feb 2021
Johannesburg – Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has stuck to fiscal consolidation and reined in expenditure by proposing a wage bill cut of R300 billion in the next three years, that will reduce debt in the next five years and allocate billions for the vaccines ... our public finances are dangerously overstretched ... siyabonga.mkhwanazi@inl.co.za.
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Government is not swimming in cash, warns Tito Mboweni in Budget 2021 Speech

Independent online (SA) 25 Feb 2021
Johannesburg - Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has stuck to fiscal consolidation and reined in expenditure by proposing a wage bill cut of R300 billion in the next three years, that will reduce debt in the next five years and allocate billions for the vaccines ... our public finances are dangerously overstretched ... siyabonga.mkhwanazi@inl.co.za.
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The Latest: Alaska governor positive for coronavirus

Auburnpub dot com 25 Feb 2021
A pedestrian wearing a mask to protect against COVID-19 passes a wall mural on a sidewalk in Johannesburg, Wednesday, Feb ... In Finance Minister's budget speech in Parliament, Tito Mboweni said South ... A homeless man begs for alms at a busy intersection in Johannesburg, Wednesday, Feb.
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The Latest: Kentucky urges Black citizens to get vaccinated

Billings Gazette 25 Feb 2021
A pedestrian wearing a mask to protect against COVID-19 passes a wall mural on a sidewalk in Johannesburg, Wednesday, Feb ... In Finance Minister's budget speech in Parliament, Tito Mboweni said South ... A homeless man begs for alms at a busy intersection in Johannesburg, Wednesday, Feb.
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