SA Economy News
The looting and riots caused a lot of economic damage. National Treasury revealed that it may take up to two years to recover fully from the economic problems.
The IMF will inject R65 billion into South Africa's fiscus to help the government recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and the recent protests.
Chief Economist at Efficient Group Dawie Roodt spoke exclusively to Briefly News following Enoch Godongwana's recent appointment as the new Finance Minister.
Newly minted Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana wants the youth to work and not rely on the Basic Income Grant (BIG) and has big plans for the future of SA.
Makro and Game employees jobs are safe after the violent protests left a number of stores damaged and millions of rand of stock were stolen by protestors.
Minister Tito Mboweni was very unhappy with a cartoon that depicts him as the one who is leading President Cyril Ramaphosa astray and crippling the economy.