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Harmony on the prowl for big acquisition?
Harmony on the prowl for big acquisition?
Companies

Harmony Gold is willing to use debt and equity to buy a profitable mine that will offset falling production in South Africa.

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Zuma digs in, unsettles markets
Zuma digs in, unsettles markets
Business News

Jacob Zuma appears to be going for broke in a battle to maintain his grip on power - and the first casualties have been SA’s rand and bonds.

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Sibanye benefits from gold gains
Sibanye benefits from gold gains
Companies

Sibanye Gold has benefited from the surging gold price in the first six months of the year.

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Gordhan: I have done nothing wrong
Gordhan: I have done nothing wrong
Business News

Suggestions that Pravin Gordhan may have acted illegally in setting up a tax agency unit are “wholly unfounded”, says his lawyer.

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Woolworths’ profit up as shoppers keep spending
Woolworths’ profit up as shoppers keep spending
Companies

Well-heeled consumers resilient to economic pressure helped SA retailer Woolworths boost food and clothing sales.

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Massmart slashes dividend
Massmart slashes dividend
Companies

The group grows sales in a difficult trading environment thanks to new store openings.

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SA is well suited for renewable energy
SA is well suited for renewable energy
Columnists

South Africa will one day receive almost all of its energy from renewable sources, writes Pierre Heistein.

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Hospitality to buy 10 Southern Sun hotels
Hospitality to buy 10 Southern Sun hotels
Companies

Hospitality Property Fund believes the acquisition of 10 hotels from Southern Sun Hotels will provide it with exciting future growth prospects.

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Foschini Group sets R39bn turnover target
Foschini Group sets R39bn turnover target
Companies

Chief financial officer Anthony Thunstrom says The Foschini Group is on a growth trajectory.

35h
Eskom refutes Outa’s claims
Eskom refutes Outa’s claims
Companies

Eskom insists that it complied with the process of the National Nuclear Regulator in its application for the nuclear installation ...

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Telkom: Icasa decisions ‘erratic’
Telkom: Icasa decisions ‘erratic’
Companies

Telkom boss Sipho Maseko says the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa must be accountable for its actions.

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Earnings rise boosts BidCorp
Earnings rise boosts BidCorp
Companies

BidCorp shares shot up more than 6% in early trade on Wednesday after the company reported a 32.5% increase in headline earnings ...

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Blue Label in global spread
Blue Label in global spread
Companies

Blue Label Telecoms is planning to extend its global footprint of touch points amid significant demand for the delivery of ...

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CPI slows to 6% year on year in July
CPI slows to 6% year on year in July
Business News

South Africa’s consumer price index slowed to 6% year on year last month from 6.3% in June.

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ARB shows double-digit growth in profit
ARB shows double-digit growth in profit
Companies

Investment and property holding company ARB gained on the JSE after the company released a double-digit growth in profit before interest and taxation.