Advertisement
logoSections
Business News
4 days ago
Brexit could be tough on SA
Brexit could be tough on SA

If Britain decides to leave the EU, South Africa could face a serious trade dilemma, says economist Mike Schussler.

International
4 days ago
Heinz faces legal action in Australia
Heinz faces legal action in Australia

Australia’s consumer watchdog claims Heinz made false representations about the health value of its Little Kids Shredz products.

Markets
4 days ago
China stocks give up gains
China stocks give up gains

The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell 0.2 percent on Tuesday.

Companies
4 days ago
Amplats: NUM pushes for 20% pay hike
Amplats: NUM pushes for 20% pay hike

The National Union of Mineworkers is demanding a substantial pay increase for members employed by Anglo American Platinum.

Companies
5 days ago
GM feels pinch of slowing car sales
GM feels pinch of slowing car sales

General Motors reduced planned production volumes at its Port Elizabeth plant because of a significant decline in new vehicle ...

Companies
5 days ago
Unions welcome new MTN chief
Unions welcome new MTN chief

Industry analysts and labour unions have welcomed Rob Shuter as the new chief executive of MTN Group.

Companies
5 days ago
RBA faces hazy fate as a going concern
RBA faces hazy fate as a going concern

The directors of RBA Holdings are unable to determine if the company and its consolidated entities will continue as a going ...

Companies
5 days ago
Poundland stake good for Steinhoff’s profile
Poundland stake good for Steinhoff’s profile

Steinhoff International’s acquisition of a stake in UK retailer Poundland was good for the SA firm’s credit profile, according to Moody’s.

Business News
5 days ago
Online gambling licences issued
Online gambling licences issued

The first two online Limpopo gambling licences were issued in a bid to boost revenue and create jobs opportunities in the province.

Business News
5 days ago
Scaw boss calls for ban on scrap metal exports
Scaw boss calls for ban on scrap metal exports

Scaw Metals chief executive Markus Hannemann has called for a ban on scrap exports as a measure to counter the scarcity of ...

Business News
5 days ago
Labour, government meet to ‘reignite growth’
Labour, government meet to ‘reignite growth’

Organised labour will meet with SA’s government today to discuss economic and socio-economic matters.

Business News
5 days ago
Carbon offset scheme unveiled
Carbon offset scheme unveiled

SA’s National Treasury has released draft regulations that will allow companies to reduce their carbon tax liability by as ...

Business News
5 days ago
IMF extends Malawi loan programme
IMF extends Malawi loan programme

The International Monetary Fund will increase loans to Malawi by $76.8 million.

International
5 days ago
Adidas seals record deal with German team
Adidas seals record deal with German team

Adidas has agreed to extend its sponsorship deal with world soccer champions Germany until 2022.