Ilze-Marie Le Roux
Rand’s volatility unlikely to affect interest rates decision, experts say
The uncertainty stemming from President Zuma's call to Finance Minister Gordhan to return from the international investment roadshow has also weakened the bond market.
Western Cape govt to monitor Sassa grant payments
Doubts were cast over Sassa’s operations after it failed to appoint a new service provider to take over from Cash Paymaster Services.
Up, up & away: Nasa to launch SA satellite
The satellite was a collaborative development by Stellenbosch University and an incubation company called CubeSpace.
Businesses to increase budgets for cybersecurity - survey
The research was conducted by cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab.
Mining sector awaits on Zwane to gazette mining charter
Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane promised that a new document would be promulgated before the end of this month.
Delft taxi operations resume after violence
Transport MEC Donald Grant says a deal to defuse tensions has been agreed to.
2017 Cape Epic described as 'most competitive' yet
Matthias Stirnemann from Switzerland and his fellow countryman and Cape Epic debutante Nino Schurter took the title in the men's race.
Dozens displaced after shack fire in CT
Eight structures were destroyed by the flames and one person is being treated for smoke inhalation.
SA Uber drivers to take selfies to verify identification
The move comes in the wake of reports of some users being attacked, kidnapped and raped by bogus Uber drivers.
Police hunt suspects following Hanover Park teen's murder
The local CPF says the 15-year-old boy was sitting alongside a road when he was approached by two alleged gangsters who shot him.
Wesgro: Africa ‘bread and butter’ of WC exports
The research shows three-quarters of companies surveyed had a positive perception of Cape Town as a base to do business in Africa.
Uber introduces real-time ID for drivers
The feature, which verifies registered drivers, comes in the wake of reports of some users being attacked, kidnapped and raped by bogus Uber drivers.
Boy (15) shot and killed in Hanover Park
The Community Policing Forum says the teenager was targeted by two gangsters wearing school uniforms.
Boy (13) killed in suspected WC gang violence
Emergency services were called out to the scene of a shooting crime where they discovered the teenager’s body.
Experts anticipate inflation rate to pull back even further during 2017
Stats SA's latest data shows price increases slowed to 6.3% in February compared to the same time last year.
Stronger rand, inflation rate could lead to interest rate cuts - analyst
Stats SA revealed inflation has slowed to 6.3% in February compared to the same time last year, which is down from January’s 6.6%.
SA’s account deficit reaches 6-year best
The Reserve Bank has announced that the country’s current account deficit narrowed to its best levels in 6 years in the last quarter of 2016.
Hannes Baaitjies & Shuping Nose murder trial postponed
DA councillor Hannes Baaitjies and his partner were apparently lured to a bogus business meeting where they were shot in August.