Independent Media’s Chief Content Officer Karima Brown has resigned and will leave the company on July 31, 2016.
AMSA and the IDC are considering reopening of Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium’s heavy-section steel mill.
More than 800 business leaders spent the night on Nelson Mandela Bridge. Their bodies were cold, but their hearts were warm.
Liberty reports an 8 percent drop in half-year profit as low economic growth and a rise in unemployment put pressure on consumer spending.
Anheuser-Busch InBev shares rise on optimism the world’s biggest brewer will manage to complete its $103 billion bid for SABMiller.
The gold market shot up so fast that opportunities to make a big acquisition are now scarce, according to Sibanye Gold.
EnviroServ is sorry for any inconvenience caused by toxic odours in Hillcrest, but says it’s not the only company implicated.
ArcelorMittal SA calls for more state support for the steel sector as it reports a loss of R450 million for the six months to June.
Barclays Africa says its first-half profit rose 3.7 percent, after credit impairments and non-performing loans increased.
African Rainbow Capital will invest 29.9% in CMB International for a stake in independent banking advisory firm Bravura.
Intu Properties will have to be extremely confident about a project before embarking on it, after uncertainty created by the Brexit vote.
Hyprop has raised R700 million in an accelerated book-building process.
The difficult market conditions in the mining industry will require “bitter medicine”, says Sibanye Gold boss Neal Froneman.
Diamond company De Beers reports a 2% increase in profits to $585m.