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Weak rand; drought sends SA food prices rising

The drought and rapid depreciation of the rand have led to a rise in food prices, hitting poorest South Africans hard.
Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, today (12 August 2016) delivered the opening address at the launch of the latest annual baseline produced by the Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy (BFAP).
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Economic Performance Indicators for Cape Town (EPIC)

Key Highlights of the Economic Performance Indicators for Cape Town (EPIC) for the 1st Quarter 2016

 

•  While GDP growth remained stable for most developed economies, Germany experienced a notable decline from the fourth quarter of 2015 whereas in emerging economies, growth trends were diverse with high growth in India and China, yet the continuance of recessionary growth trends in Russia and Brazil.

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FlySafair warns industry fares are likely to go up

Low Cost Carrier FlySafair warned today that while their prices are not due to rise in the short-term consumers should expect to see a rise in the price of domestic airfares in the coming months. This is largely due to exchange rate volatility and an increased oil price, but also due to an industry that is distracted.
 
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