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Brexit: SARB sees gloom
Brexit: SARB sees gloom

Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago says there’s no doubt that Britain’s EU decision will have an impact on SA’s economy.

Companies
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M&R joint venture fined for collusion
M&R joint venture fined for collusion

Freyssinet Posten - an equal joint venture between Murray & Roberts and France’s Soletanche Freyssinet until about November ...

Business News
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Umhlanga’s Pearl Walk to open in November
Umhlanga’s Pearl Walk to open in November

The Pearl Walk boutique mall in Umhlanga is being developed at a cost of R125m and is set to welcome shoppers this year.

Companies
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State fund eyes Chevron’s SA business
State fund eyes Chevron’s SA business

The guardian of SA’s strategic crude oil stocks has made an offer to purchase Chevron Corporation’s SA business.

International
1 day ago
No buyer for Lucara’s giant gem
No buyer for Lucara’s giant gem

Biggest uncut diamond to be discovered in over a century fails to sell at Sotheby’s auction.

Companies
1 day ago
AngloGold earmarks $400m for Guinea push
AngloGold earmarks $400m for Guinea push

AngloGold Ashanti plans to boost gold output in Guinea by investing $400m in the next eight years.

Currencies
1 day ago
Sterling steadies after traumatic month
Sterling steadies after traumatic month

The recently battered pound crawled higher on Thursday, but looked poised to lose more than 7 percent for the month.

Business News
1 day ago
Most big US banks pass Fed’s stress test
Most big US banks pass Fed’s stress test

Nearly all of the largest American banks are on steady enough footing to increase payouts to shareholders.

Markets
1 day ago
Asian stocks track rally in global equities
Asian stocks track rally in global equities

Asian stocks rose across the board on Thursday, tracking an overnight rally on Wall Street.

Markets
1 day ago
Wall Street buoyed by bargain-hunters
Wall Street buoyed by bargain-hunters

Wall Street recorded big gains for a second day on Wednesday.

Business News
1 day ago
‘NUM is blocking prosperity of mineworkers’
‘NUM is blocking prosperity of mineworkers’

NUM was blocking the prosperity of workers in the mining industry, Joseph Mathunjwa, president of the rival Amcu said.

International
2 days ago
Why the VW settlement isn’t fair
Why the VW settlement isn’t fair

If you own a diesel VW in the US, the company will buy back your car and give you as much as $10 000.

Companies
2 days ago
MTN forks out R1bn for Nigerian spectrum
MTN forks out R1bn for Nigerian spectrum

MTN will pay almost $67 million for spectrum in Nigeria to deliver high-speed internet services in its biggest market.

International
2 days ago
Japan to use ‘all tools’ in Brexit wake
Japan to use ‘all tools’ in Brexit wake

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledges to use all available policy tools to keep the wheels of the economy turning.

Business News
2 days ago
‘There is no fuel strike’
‘There is no fuel strike’

Chevron South Africa has dismissed rumours of a fuel delivery strike circulating on social media.