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SA Treads March 2017 Issue

Research and market analysis firm Nomura is predicting a relatively quiet first half of the year for South Africa, but expects things to shake up in the second half of the year as the ANCs elective conference comes into view. This according to Business Tech, which went on to say that political instability should keep growth weak, albeit stronger than in 2016.

And despite avoiding a cut to junk status in 2016, the risk remains in 2017, with a mid-and-end-year chance to be cut due to slower growth. However,
should finance minister Pravin Gordhan to be booted for his position, chances are extremely high that would lead to an instant cut to junk, Nomura warned.

SA Treads December 2016 Issue

SA Treads December 2016The latest print issue SA Treads December 2016 Issue is out.

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Don’t wait until it’s too late Get your car checked now before the end-of-year rush - AA

AA Automobile Association South AfricaWith the end of the year nearing, the Automobile Association (AA) has urged motorists to make provision now to get their vehicles serviced, checked, and roadworthy, to ensure they do not run out of time before leaving on holiday.

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