South Africa lost two million jobs between 2019 and 2021 due to the adverse impact of Covid-19 lockdowns, load shedding, and a myriad of other factors. In 2021 alone, the country lost a net 479,000 jobs as these elements forced…
Professional services firm PwC has published its latest economic outlook for South Africa, including forecast scenarios for where the rand is heading for the remainder of 2022.
There are growing calls for the fuel levy to be scrapped. National Treasury says unlawful public procurement regulations are still valid. PwC data shows that the supply chain pressures are now worse than at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.…
The upward pressure on food, fuel and electricity prices will adversely impact all households during 2022. However, due to varying spending abilities and priorities, households in different expenditure deciles will be impacted differently, a new analys...
South Africa is set for another year of interest rate hikes which will further hit the buying power of South Africa's middle-class in the coming months, says professional services firm PwC.
South Africa is expected to generate almost two million jobs by 2030 - but this is not near enough to absorb the people coming into the workforce, data from professional services firm PwC shows.
South Africa's escalating joblessness, combined with elevated consumer price inflation, is heightening social stability risks in the country, says professional services firm PwC.
Professional services firm PwC has published an updated financial forecast for South Africa on the back of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and global inflationary pressures.
PwC's latest report details the performance of South Africa's major banks as well as what they might change.
The retention of talent is likely to remain a significant risk factor for businesses in 2022 as the 'great resignation' trend shows no signs of slowing, says professional services firm PwC.