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DA warns of blackouts after Eskom’s IPP decision
DA warns of blackouts after Eskom’s IPP decision
Business News

The DA said Eskom’s decision not to sign on any more Independent Power Producers would lead to electricity shortages and blackouts.

5 days ago
Yahoo pioneers lament company’s decline
Yahoo pioneers lament company’s decline
International

As Yahoo’s future hangs in the balance, a wave of sorrow and nostalgia is reverberating through the company’s former executives.

5 days ago
Robots: Honda and SoftBank team up
Robots: Honda and SoftBank team up
International

Honda and SoftBank will work together on artificial intelligence to develop products with sensors and cameras that can converse with drivers.

5 days ago
SARB leaves repo rate unchanged at 7.0 percent
SARB leaves repo rate unchanged at 7.0 percent
Business News

The Reserve Bank kept its benchmark repo rate unchanged at 7 percent, saying the weak economy had provided some room to delay ...

5 days ago
Unilever spruces up profits
Unilever spruces up profits
International

Unilever says the first half of the year was marked by “a period of high volatility and accelerating change”.

5 days ago
May and Hollande set for Brexit talks
May and Hollande set for Brexit talks
International

France has urged Britain not to draw out its negotiations to leave the European Union.

5 days ago
Power for the people: Eskom exceeds target
Power for the people: Eskom exceeds target
Companies

Eskom has electrified more than 38 000 households in the first three months of the 2016 financial year.

5 days ago
‘Global economy slow, but steady’
‘Global economy slow, but steady’
Business News

The global economy is less volatile than at any period in the modern era, says David Hensley of JPMorgan Chase.

5 days ago
Quick look: Malaysia’s fund scandal explained
Quick look: Malaysia’s fund scandal explained
International

The US says more than $1bn has been stolen from a Malaysian fund by people close to Prime Minister Najib Razak.

5 days ago
European shares dip as airline stocks slump
European shares dip as airline stocks slump
Markets

European stock markets fell on Thursday, weighed down by a drop in the shares of major airlines.

5 days ago
SA’s Discovery looks to Japan
SA’s Discovery looks to Japan
Companies

SA’s third-largest insurer by market value partners with Sumitomo Life Insurance and SoftBank to develop products for Japan.

5 days ago
Zimbabwe’s energy regulator rejects tariff hike
Zimbabwe’s energy regulator rejects tariff hike
Business News

The energy regulator in Zimbabwe has turned down an application by the state-run power distributor to raise electricity tariffs by nearly 50%.

5 days ago
Roche’s profit rises 7%
Roche’s profit rises 7%
International

The Swiss drugmaker’s strategy of combining medicines to better treat cancers of the breast, blood and bowel is paying off.

5 days ago
EasyJet revenue slides as Brexit hits fares
EasyJet revenue slides as Brexit hits fares
International

EasyJet reports lower quarterly revenue - and says it’s preparing for volatility in the summer travel season.

5 days ago
Money stolen from Malaysian state fund - prosecutors
Money stolen from Malaysian state fund - prosecutors
International

US prosecutors are trying to seize more than $1bn in assets they said were tied to money stolen from the Malaysian state fund.