Vodacom shares slumped on Thursday as the cellphone operator reported that its customer base fell more than 2% in the three months to June.
SA’s Discovery has expanded its Vitality business partnership model further by entering the Japanese market.
Lafarge SA dismissed 150 of the company’s employees after they embarked on an illegal strike and ignored two written ultimatums to return to work.
South Africa’s photovoltaic industry wants the government to resuscitate the establishment of a state-owned independent system and market operator.
SAA somersaults on its controversial decision to appoint a little-known financier to handle the restructuring of its R7.2bn debt.
Economic volatility in certain African markets hurt beer and soft drinks group SABMiller’s sales in the first quarter.
South African Airways has pulled the plug on the controversial R256 million deal with unlicensed boutique financier, BnP Capital.
Eskom has electrified more than 38 000 households in the first three months of the 2016 financial year.
SA’s third-largest insurer by market value partners with Sumitomo Life Insurance and SoftBank to develop products for Japan.
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.