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AB InBev to slash jobs after merger?
AB InBev to slash jobs after merger?

Beer titan AB InBev is reportedly planning to reduce the size of its workforce in the three years after its takeover of SABMiller.

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Northam narrows loss
Northam narrows loss

Northam Platinum’s full-year loss halved as production increased 16 percent.

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Adcock pays down debt
Adcock pays down debt

Adcock Ingram, which has been in remedial mode for the past two years, has paid its debt down to R217 million during the full ear.

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Massmart wants to expand Game stores
Massmart wants to expand Game stores

Massmart intends to increase the number of Game stores offering fresh produce, food and liquor in the next few years.

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Grindrod plans to sell locomotive assets
Grindrod plans to sell locomotive assets

Grindrod has been approached by “one or two parties” about the acquisition of its locomotive assembly business.

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Results show Italtile is on the right track
Results show Italtile is on the right track

Increased market share and improved customer service played a major role in Italtile’s solid results for the year to end June.

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OneLogix continues 10-year growth
OneLogix continues 10-year growth

Niche logistics provider OneLogix continues its more than 10-year uninterrupted growth trajectory in the year to May despite ...

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South32 posts a loss of $1.6bn
South32 posts a loss of $1.6bn

Chief executive Graham Kerr said the deterioration in commodity markets was the primary driver of South32’s decline in profitability.

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Sibanye Gold falls in tandem with peers
Sibanye Gold falls in tandem with peers

Sibanye Gold says the R817m impairment at its loss-making Cooke 4 asset impacted net earnings in the half year to June.

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Secrecy surrounds Eskom coal deal
Secrecy surrounds Eskom coal deal

Gupta-owned Tegeta threatens to get an urgent interdict to stop National Treasury from releasing a report on Eskom contracts to the DA.

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Ex SARS duo mum on Hawks
Ex SARS duo mum on Hawks

Former SARS officials Ivan Pillay and Johann van Loggerenberg evade a barrage of questions from throngs of media waiting outside the Hawks.

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Sibanye heads for record drop
Sibanye heads for record drop

Sibanye heads for the biggest drop on record as safety stoppages mean it produced less gold than it could have.

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Sasol workers down tools
Sasol workers down tools

Staff at its Secunda operation down tools, demanding a minimum wage of R12 500.

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OneLogix pauses on dividend
OneLogix pauses on dividend

Logistics company OneLogix says it has halted paying dividends given its recent deals and the difficult trading environment.

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Sibanye tackles safety challenges
Sibanye tackles safety challenges

Bullion and platinum producer Sibanye Gold is refocusing on safety after a spike in fatalities.