Thursday, October 18, 2018

In the news today: IMF cuts South Africa’s growth forecast, Cape Town is Africa’s...

After the World Bank, the IMF also cuts SA’s growth forecast In its October World Economic Outlook, the IMF has revised down South Africa’s growth...

In the news today: President Cyril Ramaphosa wants to create 275 000 jobs year, Sabric...

Job Summit’s aim: to create 275 000 jobs a year In terms of an agreement reached between government, labour and business, approximately 275 000 jobs will be...

In the news today: The World Bank foresees low sub-Saharan growth, KPMG’s CEO is...

World Bank cuts sub-Saharan growth forecast The World Bank says global trade risks and a weakening demand for the area’s products are likely to contribute...

In the news today: Namibia considers land expropriation, black asset managers benefit from a...

Namibia considers land expropriation Namibian President Hage Geingob is mulling over land expropriation because the principle of willing buyer, willing seller has not delivered results....

In the news today: Nearly half of SA’s workforce has no retirement plan, axed...

Nearly half of SA’s workforce has no retirement plan A survey by 10X Investments shows that around 41% of 11.9 million economically active South Africans...