Why the drought levy tabled by Cape Town’s mayor is unfair Day Zero: the dreaded day when Cape Town’s taps are expected to run dry has been moved forward to 21 April. Enter the proposal tabled by Mayor Patricia De Lille for a drought levy. https://www.thesouthafrican.com/why-the-drought-levy-tabled-by-cape-towns-mayor-is-unfair/
The Rand wobbles, but ultimately stays strong against the USD It has been a volatile start to the year, with thin liquidity in the market as many traders weren’t in the market after the end of year break. https://www.thesouthafrican.com/the-rand-wobbles-but-ultimately-stays-strong-against-the-usd/
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Swaziland is a small country but that does not make it unimportant. The international community should apply serious pressure on the King’s regime so that it respects human rights and develops a genuinely democratic constitution.
Last week’s big news revolved around the fraud charges brought against Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan. The Rand has been extremely volatile as Gordhan and his opponents traded blows throughout the week and into the weekend.