Curro is on track to almost double the schools it runs to 200 by 2020 as it reports a 59 percent surge in first-half headline profit.
Lonmin’s response in full to a report by Amnesty International saying it has let down its workers
Four years after the Marikana massacre, the operational cracks that precursed the deadly violence are still showing.
Health-insurance administrator Discovery hires a team of bankers as it steps up efforts to create a new lender.
Mining titan BHP Billiton saw profit plummet after raw materials tumbled to a 25-year low in January.
Private education provider Curro reports dramatic increase in profit for the six months to the end of June.
Group Five believes the outcome of its discussions with the Competition Commission on two unresolved collusion cases is important.
AngloGold Ashanti reduced its net debt by 32% in its interim results - but the market was disappointed by its decline in production.
Telkom secures urgent interim court order against Communication Workers Union, restraining the labour union from interfering with company’s business.
Human rights group Amnesty International has accused Lonmin of ignoring its social responsibilities in the platinum belt.
KAP Industrial Holdings has reported a surge of 19 percent in operating profit to R2 billion for the year to June.
Telkom has secured an urgent interim court order interdicting and restraining CWU and its members from illegal strike-related activities.
Eskom is willing to reconnect electricity to the Khayelitsha customer while awaiting a final report from the Public Protector on the disconnection.
Telkom workers who attempted to go to work on Monday have been “aggressively intimidated” by striking CWU workers.
KAP Industrial Holdings - which has as its biggest investor Steinhoff - grows revenue 4 percent to R16.2 billion in the year to June.