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In Business Day today

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All Share 47708.92-1.02% down
Top 40 42562.39-1.10% down
Financial 15 14075.58-0.20% down
Industrial 25 57312.19-1.07% down
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FTSE 100 6370.69-0.45% down
Dow Jones 16461.320.00% same
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Gold 1240.1100-0.13% down
Platinum 1259.7000-0.18% down
Silver 17.1390-0.30% down
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The Third Umpire

SA Post Office chairwoman Hlamalani Manzini. A leaked draft annual report reveals not only chronic mismanagement and weak internal controls, but that the executive is dead set on awarding itself a 26% salary increase.

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It is great that Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown is taking concerted action to address the leadership crisis at SAA, not so great that she seems to be choosing sides to favour her boss’s buddies.

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Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi. The problem of the state being tardy in paying suppliers was supposed to have been resolved; now we hear small businesses are still going to the wall due to cash-flow difficulties.

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  • All Share : 47708.92
    Change: -1.02%
    Top 40 : 42562.39
    Change: -1.10%
    Financial 15 : 14075.58
    Change: -0.20%
    Industrial 25 : 57312.19
    Change: -1.07%
    Resource 10 : 48047.53
    Change: -1.84%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
    Data supplied by INET BFA
  • FTSE 100 : 6370.69
    Change: -0.45%
    Dow Jones : 16461.32
    Change: 0.00%
    Hang Seng : 23340.65
    Change: -0.27%
    ASX : 5369.90
    Change: -0.06%
    S&P 500 : 1927.110
    Change: 0.00%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
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  • ZAR/USD : 10.9450
    Change: -0.47%
    ZAR/GBP : 17.5243
    Change: -0.70%
    ZAR/EUR : 13.8625
    Change: -0.33%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.1018
    Change: -0.82%
    ZAR/AUD : 9.6163
    Change: -0.22%
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  • Gold : 1239.9150
    Change: -0.15%
    Platinum : 1259.0000
    Change: -0.24%
    Silver : 17.1250
    Change: -0.38%
    Palladium : 765.5000
    Change: -0.20%
    Brent Crude Oil : 84.610
    Change: -0.12%
    All data is delayed by 15 min
    Data supplied by INET BFA
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