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Physical stores are not dead, but boring retail is

Physical stores are not dead, but boring retail is

05/04/2019 - 16:18
Retail is not dead, and physical stores are not dead, but "boring retail" is dead, according to Linah Maigurira, Google's head of retail business in South Africa.  read more
SA, Zim discussing state-guaranteed bank loan

SA, Zim discussing state-guaranteed bank loan

13/03/2019 - 11:49
South Africa is considering more loans to Zimbabwe, including state-guaranteed funding from banks to support its northern neighbour’s cash-strapped private sector. read more
South African independent retailers win big at international awards in USA

South African independent retailers win big at international awards in USA

06/03/2019 - 10:06
Two independent South African retailers have won the prestigious title of International Retailer of the Year (South Africa) at the 2019 IGA International Retailers of the Year awards.  read more
Global unemployment at lowest level in almost 40 years

Global unemployment at lowest level in almost 40 years

10/12/2018 - 09:32
While global unemployment has fallen to its lowest level in almost 40 years, SA is among four countries with an unemployment rate higher than that immediately preceding the 2007/08 global financial crisis. read more
Private sector credit grows more than expected in May

Private sector credit grows more than expected in May

30/06/2017 - 15:05
SA’s private sector credit growth increased more than expected in May, suggesting an improvement in consumer spending and confidence. read more
SA and UK start making plans for post-Brexit trade

SA and UK start making plans for post-Brexit trade

18/05/2017 - 09:17
Nations agree in principle to implement interim arrangement based on existing EU partnership deal. read more
Higher wheat import duties mean bread will cost R1 more a loaf

Higher wheat import duties mean bread will cost R1 more a loaf

24/08/2016 - 14:58
A loaf of bread will cost South African consumers nearly R1 more to buy at the till following the approval of an increase in the import duty on wheat, according to the National Chamber of Milling. read more