Monetary policy interventions inflated the amounts to be collected.
‘The week ahead is set to bring good news about the past, bad news about the future – Tom Orlik, chief economist.
German sportswear company Adidas is planning to sell its Reebok division, according to local media reports, as the group seeks to put an end to its ill-fated investment in the US-focused brand.
Coca-Cola beat revenue and profit expectations on Thursday as strong “at-home” sales helped the world’s largest soda maker bounce back from a shattering second quarter.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma said the Basel Accords, are used to solve problems for financial systems that have been operating for decades.
US restrictions look to be biting at Huawei, with revenue growth slowing from the double-digit pace seen in previous quarters.
Lee Kun-hee’s heirs now face an estate tax of roughly $10 billion, and paying it may complicate the family’s control of the Samsung conglomerate.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has placed infrastructure at the heart of his plan to revive an economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, under-investment and corruption.
Proposal awaiting sign-off by National Treasury.
‘We’re seeing a shift in terms of what people are buying.’