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South Africa President Jacob Zuma dismissed finance minister Pravin Gordhan last week as part of a cabinet reshuffle.
The move was followed by South Africa’s credit rating been downgraded to ‘junk’ status by aredit rating agency Standard and Poor’s.
This move is now threatening to split his ruling ANC party.
Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports from Johannesburg.
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U.S. regulators on Tuesday ordered credit reporting agencies TransUnion and Equifax Inc to pay more than .2 million in fines and restitution for deceiving consumers about the usefulness and cost of credit scores they bought. The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said the payments also resolve charges that TransUnion and Equifax lured consumers into enrolling in credit services advertised as free or costing only , but which could cost more than 0 a year. TransUnion will reimburse .93 million to consumers and pay a million civil fine, while Equifax will reimburse .8 million and pay a .5 million civil fine.
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UNITED STATE fines TransUnion, Equifax for fraud over credit report (is your credit history right?).
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Gerri Detweiler from Credit.com, discusses different ways to help rebuild your credit after financial set backs like job loss, medical issues, divorce, etc.
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