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3 days ago
ICASA yet to regulate data pricing
ICASA yet to regulate data pricing
Business News

The authority says it’s doing all it can to protect consumers.

3 days ago
Maersk to spin off energy operations
Maersk to spin off energy operations
International

Denmark's AP Moller-Maersk splits into separate transport and energy divisions after being rocked by low freight and oil prices.

3 days ago
Disney pulls costume after ‘brown face’ furore
Disney pulls costume after ‘brown face’ furore
International

Disney withdraws Halloween costume depicting the tattooed Pacific demi-god Maui after being accused of promoting “brown face”.

3 days ago
Twitter gets more official requests to remove posts
Twitter gets more official requests to remove posts
International

Twitter received 4 434 requests for content removal from governments or police agencies during the first half of this year.

3 days ago
Atlas sees opportunity in Europe’s smaller banks
Atlas sees opportunity in Europe’s smaller banks
Companies

Bob Diamond says his Atlas Merchant Capital private-equity business sees opportunity in smaller European banks as their bigger ...

3 days ago
SA rating cut a serious risk, says De Beers CEO
SA rating cut a serious risk, says De Beers CEO
Business News

South Africa needs to reassure investors of its commitment to regulatory certainty and fiscal stability, says Bruce Cleaver.

3 days ago
Advertorial: Taking the risk out of investment
Advertorial: Taking the risk out of investment
Financial Planning

As the way consumers live and operate changes, the demand for innovative products grows.

3 days ago
Chicken brine to stay capped at 15%
Chicken brine to stay capped at 15%
Business News

The amount of brine to be injected into chicken will remain capped at 15 percent starting from October 22.

3 days ago
Man who rented Oscar’s former home faces action
Man who rented Oscar’s former home faces action
Business News

David Scott Laughland made headlines when he rented Oscar Pistorius’s former home. Now the businessman and his associates are on the ropes.