Cape Town Finance

Presidential Minister Mondli Gungubele mourns the death of his son

Through Siyabonga Mkhwanazi 9h ago Share this article: To shareTweeterTo shareTo shareTo shareE-mailTo share Cape Town – Presidential Minister Mondli Gungubele was saddened after losing his son, Karabo, to a brief illness. The presidency announced on Friday that Karabo, 32, died today and worked for a financial institution. Gungubele was …

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West owes Africa $ 100 billion (at least) for climate recovery

This week, as 100 world leaders gather to attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, a call on rich countries to urgently step up aid to help Africa recover. the double challenge of the climate catastrophe and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic is required. . With …

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UAE regulator approves trading of crypto assets in free zone

The UAE’s financial regulator has approved a regulatory framework for trading crypto assets in one of Dubai’s free zones. The Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA) and the Dubai World Trade Center Authority (DWTCA) have agreed on rules to support the trading, issuance, listing and offering of crypto assets and associated …

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The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

The Cape and Isles Attorney’s Office announced this week that it would not sue the Vineyard Trust for altering contractors’ work quotes, as the nonprofit considers its future after a turbulent summer that has having regard to the resignation of its executive director. “After a full review of all investigative …

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Grindrod Shipping Holdings Ltd. announces the price of the secondary offering of ordinary shares

SINGAPORE, September 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Grindrod Shipping Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRIN) (JSE: GSH) (“Grindrod Shipping” or “Company” or “it” or “we”), a global provider of shipping services primarily to the dry bulk industry, today announced the price of the previously announced secondary public offering of 1,841,962 common shares …

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Dr Thami Mazwai: We have reached our limit

A stimulating article posted in our premium section (sign up here) discussed the controversial Basic Income Subsidy which is currently being touted in South Africa as a solution to mass unemployment and poverty. According to Joseph Cotterill, SA’s national treasury has previously commissioned research into cash payments to alleviate the …

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Cape Town’s tourism sector remains under pressure according to latest statistics

Cape Town – With significantly fewer foreign tourists than the pre-Covid-19 standard, the Western Cape tourism sector continues to be under pressure, as shown by the latest tourist accommodation income statistics for July released by SA Stats. Stats SA said seasonally adjusted housing income fell 36.8% month-over-month in July 2021. …

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UPDATE 1-S. Africa plans next phase of new 2,500 MW nuclear power plant

(add details) CAPE TOWN, Sept. 21 (Reuters) – South Africa is moving forward with plans for a new 2,500 megawatt nuclear power plant to boost energy security and wants to end the process of supplying ‘by 2024, the deputy energy minister said on Tuesday. “We plan to publish the call …

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Origins of the FLN, the armed wing of the Rusesabagina political coalition | New times

After the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, the perpetrators, including members of the FAR (Forces Armées Rwandaises), fled to Zaire (now DR Congo) where they regrouped to form armed and political groups to attack Rwanda. On April 3, 1995, the RDR (Rally for the Return of Refugees and Democracy in …

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No country for migrants – OZY

Happy monday! With an unstable economy battling the Delta variant of COVID-19, we could all do with some smart financial advice. But why rely only on traditional experts? Today meet a 25-year-old Nigerian YouTuber who is emerging as one of Africa’s most prominent financial advisers. Amid a serious row over …

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