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Calgro M3, SA Corporate venture to boost rental options
Calgro M3, SA Corporate venture to boost rental options
Business News

Access to low- to mid-market residential rental options in SA’s metros is set to be boosted by a joint initiative by Calgro ...

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Mining firm seeks to raise R3.5bn
Mining firm seeks to raise R3.5bn
Companies

State-owned mining company African Exploration Mining and Finance Corporation wants to raise R3.5 billion to be able to expand its portfolio.

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Rebosis concludes property deal
Rebosis concludes property deal
Companies

Rebosis has concluded an agreement for the disposal of three Johannesburg properties to the Southern Palace Group of Companies.

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SARB won’t respond to short-term volatility
SARB won’t respond to short-term volatility
Business News

SA’s Reserve Bank will not respond to short-term volatility triggered by news of possible charges against Pravin Gordhan, ...

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Eskom is blocking coal probe, says Treasury
Eskom is blocking coal probe, says Treasury
Companies

Eskom and the Treasury have clashed over a probe into coal contracts between the utility and a company linked to the Guptas.

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NMB raises concern over Gordhan probe
NMB raises concern over Gordhan probe
Business News

The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has voiced its concern over the ongoing investigations into alleged misconduct by ...

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Above-inflation wage increase for textile workers
Above-inflation wage increase for textile workers
Business News

Workers in the domestic clothing and textile industry have clinched an above inflation 8.5% wage increase.

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Telkom strike: Union refuses to back down
Telkom strike: Union refuses to back down
South Africa

The Communication Workers Union will continue its strike at Telkom, despite the company urging its members to return to work.

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Dollars are still scarce in Nigeria
Dollars are still scarce in Nigeria
Business News

Nigerian businesses are struggling to get hold of foreign exchange even after the central bank devalued the currency in June.

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Junk status looms large for SA - poll
Junk status looms large for SA - poll
Business News

Nineteen of 23 economists surveyed by Reuters said South Africa’s credit rating would be cut to junk this year.

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Sugar tax: Treasury plans workshop
Sugar tax: Treasury plans workshop
Business News

South Africa’s Treasury is planning a November workshop to discuss the proposed tax on sugar-sweetened beverages.

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A rice revolution for Africa?
A rice revolution for Africa?
Business News

The first hybrid rice varieties developed in sub-Saharan Africa are yielding up to four times more than other improved varieties, ...

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Facebook tweaks algorithm for ‘trending’ stories
Facebook tweaks algorithm for ‘trending’ stories
International

Facebook is further automating its “trending” stories feature - a move that will scale back human input to prevent personal bias.

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Oil dips as doubt over deal persists
Oil dips as doubt over deal persists
Commodities

Oil declined on Monday amid doubts that producers will agree on a deal to stabilise the market when suppliers meet next month.

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A boost for township businesses
A boost for township businesses
Business News

The Ezase-Kasi Business Fridays National Campaign aims to boost township economies and save small businesses.