The Constitutional Court has effectively overturned the absolute norm that tax information must always stay private, regardless of the public interest, in a decision resulting from the Financial Mail and amaBhungane's request for former president Jacob Zuma's tax documents from 2010 to 2018. Business Day TV spoke to Financial Mail editor, Rob Rose for more detail.
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US treasury yields hit a 16-year high, amid fears that central banks will keep rates higher for longer. Business Day TV discussed the moves playing out in the bond market with RMB's Fixed Income Trader, Michelle Wohlberg.
The Reserve Bank’s composite leading business cycle indicator improved for a second straight month in July, supported by an acceleration in the six-month smoothed growth rate of job adverts. Business Day TV spoke to Hugo Pienaar, Chief Economist at the Bureau of Economic Research, for more detail.
It was a disappointing long-weekend for Burna Boy fans as the African giant was supposed to perform at the FNB stadium but the event was cancelled due to fraud allegations linked to one of the persons meant to promote the concert. For mor eon the story, Business Day TV spoke…
China remains South Africa's largest global trading partner. The East Asian nation in the meantime seeks to deepen business ties with South African businesses moving forward. Business Day TV spoke to Gay Mokoena, SG of the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce for more on this prospect.
South Africa's R59 billion poultry industry is currently facing its worst bird flu outbreak which has already led to an egg shortage in Gauteng. Business Day TV spoke to Abongile Balarane, CEO of the Egg Organisation at the SA Poultry Association for more insight on the potential economic impact of…