Mobile giant Vodacom’s revenue was R19.9 billion in the three months through June.
Brewer SABMiller reports higher sales in the first quarter as it enters the final stretch before being bought by AB InBev.
Shoprite gained as much as 11.35% on the JSE on Wednesday to close at R194.98 a share after releasing a positive operational update.
SA issues request for proposals to design, finance, build and operate a liquid bulk terminal to handle petroleum products ...
AB InBev gained US antitrust approval for its takeover of SABMiller after the maker of Budweiser agreed to give up ownership of the Miller brand.
Construction group Murray & Roberts is engaged in negotiations about the potential disposal of non-strategic assets.
Swaziland-based Inyatsi Construction Group believes the government needs to incentivise business to achieve real transformation.
Technology firm Datatec issues a trading statement from the period for March 1 to June 30.
SA food manufacturer Tiger Brands has appointed Noel Doyle as chief financial officer.
Italtile submits binding offer letter to Ceramic Industries through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Italtile Ceramics.
SA poultry producer Astral is under pressure from high feed prices and the challenges of an oversupplied domestic market.
Huawei will train 1000 young South Africans in information and communications technology in China over the next five years.
Eskom is so confident about its generation capacity that it’s planning to sell excess power.
Shoprite’s growth in full-year sales accelerated, led by gains at stores outside its home market of South Africa.
Africa’s biggest maker of generic drugs ramps up distribution of its low-cost pharmaceuticals in China.