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Jannie Rossouw

Jannie Rossouw

Professor Jannie Rossouw was appointed as Head of the School of Economic and Business Sciences (SEBS) in February 2014 at Wits University. Previously he worked at the SA Reserve Bank and the University of South Africa.

Rossouw was co-editor of a special supplement of the journal Economic History of Developing Regions (2011). He is Vice-President of the Economic Society of South Africa and serves on the Finance Committee of the South African Academy for Arts and Culture. He chairs the Audit Committee of the Afrikaans Language Museum and Monument in Paarl.

Rossouw obtained an MBA and MCom in Economics from the University of Pretoria and holds a PhD from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

South Africa's Reserve Bank is in the eye of a storm. Academics quiz the governor

May 16, 2017 16:39 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy Central Banks

Central banks everywhere play a critical role in shaping the direction of a countrys economy. The South African Reserve Bank is the central bank of South Africa. Its main mandates are to ensure financial and economic...

Why social grants matter in South Africa: they support 33% of the nation

Feb 17, 2017 00:28 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

The South African governments failure to fix a corrupted R10 billion social grant payment contract has caused a crisis that threatens to disturb monthly payments to millions of vulnerable households. The Conversation...

Emerging Market Crisis Series

South Africa's 2017 budget: tough economic times require tough decisions

Feb 06, 2017 18:00 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

South Africas 2017/18 budget will have to be bold to pull the country out of the prevailing economic crisis. Economic growth has stalled and the threat of a credit rating downgrade still looms large. The Conversation...

Emerging Market Crisis Series

The South African economy will be bolstered if Zuma falls

Dec 12, 2016 09:24 am UTC| Insights & Views

South Africas President Jacob Zuma narrowly escaped a call from some senior members of the governing partys national executive committee for him to step down. The first stern action from inside the African National...

Emerging Market Crisis Series

South Africa is Africa's largest economy (again). But what does it mean?

Aug 12, 2016 09:13 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

South Africa has toppled Nigeria and reclaimed its status as the largest economy in Africa. This comes two years after Nigeria rebased its GDP calculation and advanced to the top spot. South Africa was also temporarily...

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Economy

Eurozone PMI moderation in June unlikely to derail growth, high consumer confidence suggests strong year ahead

The headline IHS Markit Eurozone PMI fell from a joint six-year high of 56.8 in May to a five-month low of 55.7 in June, according to the preliminary flash estimate released earlier today. Data missed economists forecasts...

Eurozone periphery bonds mixed post higher-than-expected German manufacturing PMI

The Eurozone periphery bonds traded mixed Friday after reading a higher-than-expected rise in the German manufacturing PMI for the month of June, released earlier today. The benchmark German 10-year bond yields, which...

USD/TWD likely to hold around 30.40–30.70 range in the near-term, says Commerzbank

The USD/TWD currency pair is expected to hold at levels of around 30.40-30.70 in the coming months after the Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (CBC) remained on hold, Commerzbank reported. The Central Bank...

New Zealand bonds gain at close tracking U.S. Treasuries post rise in initial jobless claims

The New Zealand bonds ended on the upside after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) remained unchanged in its monetary policy decision, revealed early today while maintaining a balanced outlook of the economy. At the...

EUR/USD likely to reach 1.06 by end-2018, says Commerzbank

The EUR/USD is expected to reach a level of 1.06 by the end of next year, having downside potential. Most of the analysts arguing for 1.20-ish levels simply extrapolate the medium-term upward trend in EUR/USD. Even the...

Politics

US under Trump Series: Trump pours on cold water on 'Comey tapes' speculation

With a series of tweets, President Donald Trump poured cold water over the hot speculations that has been brewing for months that there are tapes of conversations between him and the former FBI director James Comey. After...

Why Lesotho's in such a mess and what can be done about it

In an interview following his recent return as Prime Minister of Lesotho, Tom Thabane has blamed the army for the countrys chronic political instability. Stating that his previous administration (after an election in 2012)...

US under Trump Series: US department of Justice launches investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal

According to a Fox News report, which was confirmed by Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley, the U.S. Department of Justice has launched a formal inquiry into whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...

Data Of Almost 200M Americans Collected By GOP Leaked, No Protection Whatsoever

When collecting data from citizens for use in things like winning elections, it makes sense to afford hoard with heavyweight protection. Not only did the GOP fail to do this, which led to the leak of data of 198 million...

Julius Caesar in our times

All the worlds a stage, Shakespeare once wrote. In recent weeks, that Shakespearean adage has been particularly resonant, with the New York Public Theaters production of Julius Caesar attracting worldwide scrutiny...

Science

Elon Musk Tells Climate Change Deniers To Get A Thermometer

The vast majority of scientists agree that climate change is real and that it is being sped up by human activity, theres no debate there. Unfortunately, there are still those with influence in the political sphere that...

Scientist Say Lack Of Funding Is Biggest Obstacle To Immortality

For centuries, humanity has been searching for ways to live longer, resist diseases, and generally have a happier life. Throughout the centuries, people thought that the biggest challenge to discovering the secret to...

Electric Cars Can Also Power Buildings When Parked, Researchers Say

It seems there is one more reason to get an electric car other than to protect the environment. According to researchers, vehicles running on electricity can also power buildings without suffering battery drain or...

10% Of US Energy Harvested From Renewables, There Is Hope

When President Donald Trump announced that he was going to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord, hardly anyone was surprised. Even so, many still despaired regarding the future of renewable energy. Fortunately, it seems...

Driverless Cars Gets Neil deGrasse Tyson Seal Of Approval

As one of the most popular and beloved scientific figures in the world, if Professor Neil deGrasse Tyson says that a particular scientific trend is great, most people tend to pay attention. Thats why his words of...

Technology

Valve’s New Knuckles VR Controller Supports All Five Fingers

Right now, the most responsive VR controller in the market is arguably the Oculus Touch, but it does come with a few issues. For one thing, it doesnt provide support for individual digits on the hands. With Valves new VR...

Get $120 Off Of Unlockable iPhone SE At Virgin Mobile

While the iPhone SE is not exactly the sexiest product in Apples lineup, its still a functional smartphone with decent features. Customers who would like to get their hands on the device for cheap can buy it for $120 off....

Caltech Creates Cameras Without Lenses, Thinner Smartphones Coming Up

Just when it was thought that smartphones could not get any thinner, Caltech engineers just had to be creative and muck everything up. By creating a camera technology that does not require a lens, these Brainiacs basically...

Steam Summer Sale Is Here And Dark Souls III Is At 60% Off

As promised, the annual Steam Summer Sale is here and boy does it deliver on the hype. Multiple AAA games are up for grabs at ridiculously low prices, along with their various DLCs and extra features. Some indie titles...

Steam Summer Sale Date Has Been Announced, Extra Discount Via PayPal

Every year, PC gamers look forward to the Steam Summer Sale, which has become something of a holiday to fans. This years launch date has already been announced and its set for June 22nd. This means that gamers will try in...
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June 23 14:30 UTC Released

USECRI Weekly Annualized*

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3.4 %

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3.7 %

June 23 14:30 UTC Released

USECRI Weekly Index*

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143.7 %

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144.0 %

June 26 08:00 UTC 31473147m

GBIfo Expectations*

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106.5 k

June 26 08:00 UTC 31473147m

DEIfo Business Climate*

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114.4 bln BRL

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114.6 bln BRL

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DEIfo Expectations*

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106.4 %

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106.5 %

June 26 08:00 UTC 31473147m

DEIfo Current Conditions*

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Forecast

123.3 mln

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123.2 mln

June 26 08:30 UTC 31773177m

GBIfo Expectations*

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Previous

40.750 k

June 26 08:30 UTC 31773177m

BRBBA Mortgage Approvals

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Forecast

Previous

40.750 k

June 26 11:00 UTC 33273327m

BRBBA Mortgage Approvals

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Forecast

Previous

84.2 k

June 26 11:00 UTC 33273327m

RUFGV Consumer Conf*

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Forecast

Previous

84.2 %

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