SA GDP edged up by 0.4% in the first quarter thanks to gains in the manufacturing industry. This comes despite elevated levels of load-shedding. Business Day TV unpacked the print with Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib.
6 Jun 8AM
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The Springboks pulled themselves up by the bootstraps last night as they defeated Tonga in a brave outing by the underdogs. The defending world champions have likely secured their place in the quarter finals with a much-needed bonus point following last week's tumble. However, the slightest chance for the Scottish…
Over the next five years, food insecurity in Africa will be a thing of the past, according to the African Development Bank. Other experts however are projecting that greater food security threats may hamper that expectation. Business Day TV caught up with Thabile Nkunjana, Agricultural Economist with the National Agricultural…
The manufacturing sector ended the third quarter on a weak note. In September, the Absa PMI sunk deeper into contraction territory, falling by over 4 index points to 45.4 as weak demand weighed on output, hitting the export index hard during the period. Business Day TV spoke to Sello Sekele,…
South Africa is expected to overtake the DRC as Africa's biggest copper producer over the next decade, as the Northern Cape sits on big deposits of the critical mineral. Business Day TV spoke to Jan Nelson, CEO of Copper360, who is convinced that South Africa will become Africa's copper king.