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10 days ago
SA stores gear up for #BlackFriday rush
SA stores gear up for #BlackFriday rush
Business News

The shopping bonanza known as Black Friday is an American concept - but South African retailers are embracing it with gusto.

10 days ago
Quality of white corn raises concern in SA
Quality of white corn raises concern in SA
Commodities

JSE advisory committee expresses apprehension about quality of white corn imported by South Africa.

10 days ago
Dollar stands tall after US data
Dollar stands tall after US data
Currencies

The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major peers, rose 0.1 percent to 101.77.

10 days ago
Beer deal boosts Deutsche Bank in SA
Beer deal boosts Deutsche Bank in SA
Companies

Deutsche Bank is heading for its best annual performance in SA after winning a key role on the biggest beer acquisition in history.

10 days ago
Cutting costs is the name of the game
Cutting costs is the name of the game
Companies

Nine out of 10 South African firms are planning to undertake reduction programmes within the next two years, according to a survey.

10 days ago
SA’s food prices keep on climbing
SA’s food prices keep on climbing
Business News

SA's headline inflation for October rose to 6.4% in September, breaching the upper limit of the Reserve Bank for the ninth time in 2016.

10 days ago
Charter’s ‘unrealistic targets’ concern mining bosses
Charter’s ‘unrealistic targets’ concern mining bosses
Business News

Another showdown is looming between the Chamber of Mines and SA's Department of Mineral Resources.

10 days ago
Exxaro scheme will result in 30% BEE ownership of firm
Exxaro scheme will result in 30% BEE ownership of firm
Companies

Diversified miner Exxaro Resources has unveiled details of a BEE scheme that will result in a new BEE entity owning 30% of the group.

10 days ago
Zimbabwe’s manufacturing shows improvement
Zimbabwe’s manufacturing shows improvement
Business News

Capacity utilisation in Zimbabwe's manufacturing sector has improved - but this is unlikely to improve confidence in the economy.