Vodacom said quarterly revenue increased 4.3 percent as customers used more data outside its domestic market.
Alexander Forbes rallied in its first day of trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
Joburg’s economic development and growth is being stunted by its own development planning department which is “imploding”.
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A strike in the metal and engineering sector is unlikely to end this week because of a so-called "peace clause".
Academics and left-wing intellectuals seem puzzled by Botswana’s economic success. After all, the rest of the 54 African states are sliding downwards, or trying desperately to get out of the mire that they have sunk ...
Boeing reported strong second-quarter earnings yesterday, lifted by higher commercial aircraft deliveries, and raised its profit outlook for the full year.
BHP Billiton’s fourth-quarter iron ore output gained 19 percent, beating analyst expectations, the world’s biggest mining company said yesterday.
The Bank of England was weighing up conflicting signals from the labour market as it prepared to start raising interest rates from their record low, central bank governor Mark Carney said yesterday.
GlaxoSmithKline’s second-quarter earnings missed analyst estimates as the UK’s biggest pharmaceutical company said yesterday that sales of its respiratory drugs in the US remained sluggish.
Apple has signalled that the long wait for new products is nearing an end.
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