SABC - Business FirstRand closed Gupta accounts on 'money-laundering fears' 2016-12-05T19:19:32.000000Z FirstRand said on Monday suspicions of money-laundering lay behind its decision to cut ties with a business family linked to allegations of influence-peddling in President Jacob Zuma's government. Economists warn SA sectors under great pressure 2016-12-05T13:41:43.000000Z The country is expected to record an economic growth of 0.5% for the third quarter, as different sectors continue to be under pressure. Improved table grape harvest despite drought 2016-12-05T10:52:29.000000Z South Africa's table grape producers are expected to harvest an estimated 61 million more cartons of table grapes this season. Business urged to support young designers 2016-12-04T10:10:07.000000Z Organisers of the Mpumalanga Fashion show have urged businesses to support young fashion designers especially those in rural areas. Illegal electricity connections tripping up service delivery in CT 2016-12-04T07:54:03.000000Z The City of Cape Town's electricity services department is facing an uphill battle to prevent illegal connections to the grid, the city said on Sunday. Mbombela Municipality empowers street vendors 2016-12-03T16:43:40.000000Z Street vendors in Kabokweni, outside Mbombela in Mpumalanga, received stalls from the Mbombela Municipality. SA needs to sort out growth trajectory: Economists 2016-12-03T16:33:11.000000Z Economists say South Africa needs to sort out its growth trajectory if it wants to remain in investment grade, following Standard and Poor's rating announcement on Friday. Petrol price expected to drop by 41 cents 2016-12-03T11:30:50.000000Z Although international oil prices continue to be volatile, South African motorists are expected to be able to enjoy the benefit of a decrease in the fuel price next week. Investors must still see SA as an attractive destination: Zuma 2016-12-03T11:27:54.000000Z President Jacob Zuma has called on international investors to continue to view South Africa as an attractive destination. DA urges govt to focus on economic growth before next credit rating 2016-12-03T05:27:17.000000Z The Democratic Alliance (DA) says South Africa needs to demonstrate that it can achieve economic growth before its next credit rating.