Here are a number of the headlines for your City Press Business phase these days:
Eskom awaits Nersa ruling to evaluate bailouts
Eskom leader economic officer Caleb Cassim become unable to provide an assessment of the effect of the R69 billion monetary aid bundle, which the National Treasury has earmarked to pay for Eskom’s debt and debt servicing fees over three years till the National Energy Regulator of South Africa has made its ruling.
CMI accuses Transnet of default on a R4.2 billion settlement
Transnet can be in warm water over its R4.2 billion Durban Container Terminal smooth after the entity that won the work decided to terminate the agreement. The termination should place Transnet in a probably hard and steeply-priced position.
Coega eyes ten tasks well worth R287bn
The Coega Development Corporation has ten tasks inside the pipeline that could result in investments worth R287 billion and unfastened the Eastern Cape from its dependence on the automobile enterprise.
Is Tito’s price range credible sufficient?
Business Unity South Africa executive director for financial coverage Olivier Serrao writes for us and says that Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s finances speech supplied a combination of positives and negatives.
The people are running out of staying power.
Cosatu’s well-known secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali writes for us and says that the everyday budget speech provided this week using Finance Minister Tito Mboweni maintained the technique that had led us to this financial quagmire.