1Time, which operated flights between 2004 and 2012, tells shareholders there is no new developments in its planned acquisition of Global Airways.
The Congress of South African Trade Unions is alarmed and deeply concerned by the ongoing jobs losses in a number of economic sectors.
British American Tobacco’s R670 billion megamerger with Reynolds last week heralded a final act in industry consolidation.
Shares rise 7 percent on news of greatly enhanced earnings.
Reliance on old aircraft, paper-thin margins and a rise in oil prices were some of the reasons new entrants to the South ...
The Renaissance Lagos Ikeja Hotel is the first for the Marriott International brand in sub-Saharan Africa.
The way that the recall of the 2012 to 2014 Kuga Eco Boost has been dealt with has incensed consumers. Many want more than a repair
Sasfin says its group financial director, Tyrone Soondarjee, is retiring after a decade with the company.
Hulamin expects a boost of more than 100 percent to its bottom line after an especially good second half.
A new 6 000 m² bespoke advocates chambers office building is being developed at a cost of about R270m in Pretoria for about 120 advocates.
Lonmin expects to remain under pressure in the year ahead and forecast lower platinum sales.
Fly Blue Crane is evaluating its routes as part of a restructuring process following the company’s application for business rescue last year.
Current heavy rains that are pounding Zimbabwe have breathed fresh impetus into Tongaat Hulett’s Zimbabwe operations.
The National Union of Mineworkers will “fight tooth and nail” against plans by AngloGold Ashanti to lay off more than 800 workers.
Patrice Motsepe’s African Rainbow Capital and African Rainbow Minerals are on an expansion drive.