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Comp Com won't allow packaging mergers
Comp Com won't allow packaging mergers
Companies

The Competition Commission stops Corruseal Grou from buying privately-owned sheet board makers, Boxlee and Pride Pak Packaging.

20h
Anglo shortlists coal bidders
Anglo shortlists coal bidders
Companies

Anglo American shortlists groups led by some of South Africa’s most prominent black businessmen as bidders for several of its SA coal mines.

20h
SA scrambles as R140bn welfare threatened
SA scrambles as R140bn welfare threatened
Economy

South Africa’s government is set to miss a deadline to appoint a new distributor of welfare grants worth about $10.3 billion.

21h
Naspers wants phone partnership
Naspers wants phone partnership
Companies

Naspers wants partnerships with mobile-phone operators on the continent to boost its video-on-demand business and help compete with Netflix.

21h
How South Africans are dealing with inflation
How South Africans are dealing with inflation
Economy

South African shoppers with limited spending money are turning to low-cost supermarket chains for cheaper food and eschewing new clothes.

21h
Asian shares mixed, Japan's Nikkei gains on weaker yen
Asian shares mixed, Japan's Nikkei gains on weaker yen
Shares

Shares are meandering in sluggish trading in Asia as investors awaited the inauguration of Donald Trump as president.

21h
Thailand probes Rolls-Royce bribery case
Thailand probes Rolls-Royce bribery case
International

Thailand has launched a probe into the bribery case brought by British authorities against jet engine maker Rolls-Royce.

21h
Toshiba fears larger than expected losses
Toshiba fears larger than expected losses
International

Toshiba could post a much larger loss than previously expected on its nuclear power business in the US.

21h
#WEF2017: Russian business hopes for relief from Trump
#WEF2017: Russian business hopes for relief from Trump
World Economic Forum

Few people are more eager for Donald Trump's arrival in the White House than those who do business in Russia.