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Treasury aims to appoint new SAA board
Treasury aims to appoint new SAA board
Companies

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says SAA’s new board could include “new blood” and existing members.

10h
Retailers fight to stall Massmart’s hearing
Retailers fight to stall Massmart’s hearing
Companies

Legal representatives of SA’s largest retailers urge Competition Tribunal to defer hearing complaint by Massmart that lease ...

10h
Capco valuation suffers after Brexit
Capco valuation suffers after Brexit
Companies

Capital & Counties - the listed specialist central London property company - has taken a knock to its residential property ...

10h
Kumba sees light at the end of the tunnel
Kumba sees light at the end of the tunnel
Companies

Kumba Iron Ore generated cash and posted higher earnings in a difficult half year to June.

10h
AECI profits decline in strained environment
AECI profits decline in strained environment
Companies

Chemicals and explosives company AECI reports a 42% decline in operating profit to R571m for the six months to end June.

10h
Mondi shares rise on improved interim forecast
Mondi shares rise on improved interim forecast
Companies

Packaging and paper group Mondi’s shares leapt more than 4% after it said it was expecting improved half-year results to end June.

10h
Vehicle industry key to SA growth
Vehicle industry key to SA growth
Business News

The automotive industry is fundamental to South Africa’s socio-economic prosperity, says Naamsa boss Mike Whitfield.

10h
Ombud sets SAPS on forex scheme
Ombud sets SAPS on forex scheme
Business News

The Ombud for Financial Services Providers has recommended that the representatives of an allegedly bogus online foreign ...

10h
Eskom embraces renewable energy
Eskom embraces renewable energy
Opinion

Eskom believes renewable energy technologies will play an increasing role as energy efficiency and storage technologies mature, writes Matshela Koko.

12h
Gordhan: SA likely to avoid recession in 2016
Gordhan: SA likely to avoid recession in 2016
Business News

South Africa will not achieve the 0.9% growth target set by the Treasury in February, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

22h
Amazon warms up for drone tests
Amazon warms up for drone tests
International

Amazon partners with the British government to test the e-commerce titan’s aerial drone parcel delivery system.

23h
The identity crisis that led to Yahoo’s demise
The identity crisis that led to Yahoo’s demise
International

Many of Yahoo’s former managers agree that the company’s downfall can be traced to choices made in the mid-2000s.

24h
It’s almost time for the CEO SleepOut
It’s almost time for the CEO SleepOut
Business News

The 2016 Sun International CEO SleepOut is an invitation for business leaders to raise money for the education of SA’s youth.

25h
Plunging tuna bonds wreck Mozambique’s economy
Plunging tuna bonds wreck Mozambique’s economy
Business News

Even by the standards of Africa, it’s been a wild ride for Mozambique - and there’s little sign it will end well.

25h
Leaky loos add to Rio’s budget woes
Leaky loos add to Rio’s budget woes
International

Rio 2016 organisers are on the hook for last-minute repairs to the athlete village, which at least one arriving delegation has called “unlivable.”.