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Topic - Mike Schussler
Apr 26, 2016
There is little hope that South Africa’s manufacturing, mining, electricity, construction and transport sectors will create jobs unless commodity prices strengthen, economist Mike Schüssler asserted on Tuesday. Speaking at an event hosted by union Uasa, he stated...
Feb 10, 2016
Economist Mike Schüssler on Wednesday questioned the postponement of the release of the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS) until the day after National Budget. The release of the fourth quarter 2015 QLFS was scheduled for Monday, already a week later than usual....
Jan 08, 2016
The rand is currently at the mercy of external factors, analysts said on Friday. They were responding to the rand hitting R16.20 to the greenback on Thursday before consolidating trade for the rest of the day at around R16.10/$.
Dec 24, 2015
South African Airways (SAA) could have cost the country an extra few billion rand if the Airbus deal was changed again, Mike Schussler of told Fin24 on Thursday. "As SAA already has government guarantees of R14.5-billion and it probably needs at...
Oct 14, 2015
The economic cycle in South Africa has increased its velocity and it is not looking good, Mike Schüssler, chief economist at Economists Dotcoza, told Fin24. He was commenting on the latest BankservAfrica Economic Transaction Index (Beti) released on Wednesday.
Aug 21, 2015
The implementation of carbon tax in South Africa was set for the middle of next year, says National Treasury chief director of economic tax analysis Cecil Morden. “We are currently busy with the legislation, and we hope to have that legislation out within the next...
Aug 07, 2015
The implementation of carbon tax in South Africa was set for the middle of next year, said National Treasury chief director of economic tax analysis Cecil Morden on Thursday. “We are currently busy with the legislation, and we hope to have that legislation out within...
Jul 08, 2015
The South African economy is sort of taking two steps forward, one step back - actually not really going anywhere regarding real growth, Mike Schüssler, chief economist at Economists dotcoza, told Fin24 on Wednesday. In looking at the latest BankservAfrica Economic...
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Average workers, particularly in the mining sector, feel alone because government has neglected their needs, John Brand, director of law firm Bowman Gilfillan, said on Tuesday. "The average worker feels that they have been deserted by government, unions, and...
Mar 15, 2013
The closure of Johannesburg’s inland port seemed to be a "done deal" as Parliament deliberated the recently tabled Customs Control Bill that would leave the City Deep container depot invalid, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Johannesburg (JCCI) former president...
Oct 04, 2012
South Africans can expect a tough two years ahead as the economy feels the pinch of strikes, analysts said on Thursday. "Unless we have sensible heads putting their hands up now, we're going to see a [downward] spiral for the next few years," said Chris Hart, senior...
Sep 14, 2012
Unemployment remained one of South Africa’s key challenges going forward, and entrepreneurship could play a significant role in reaching the target of five-million new jobs by 2020, said financial services group Absa CE for retail and business banking Bobby Malabie...
Aug 06, 2012
The ANC's proposed job seekers' grant has been met with far less enthusiasm than the abandoned youth employment subsidy. "The job seekers' grant will have nowhere near the impact the youth wage subsidy would have had," said Adcorp labour market analyst Loane Sharp.
Jun 06, 2012
The Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) aimed to initiate collaboration between all mining industry stakeholders to mitigate the industry’s current challenges and underpin its position as a significant economic driver in South Africa. Addressing a press conference...
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