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Race for mega-ships continues in cloudy conditions
Race for mega-ships continues in cloudy conditions
International

Dick S. Danielsen’s childhood dream was to sail the biggest ships in the world. He got his chance on the Majestic Maersk.

5 days ago
African agriculture is powering economic transformation
African agriculture is powering economic transformation
Opinion

There’s been uneven progress, but African agriculture has shown remarkable improvement recently, writes Thomas Jayne.

5 days ago
Global airlines embrace pollution plan
Global airlines embrace pollution plan
International

Aviation industry backs UN proposal to limit pollution from international flights - even though the measure could cost companies $24bn annually.

5 days ago
NUM demands 20% wage increase
NUM demands 20% wage increase
Companies

SA’s National Union of Mineworkers sticks to its wage demands amid deadlock with Anglo Platinum.

5 days ago
Futuregrowth’s standoff with SOEs easing?
Futuregrowth’s standoff with SOEs easing?
Business News

Asset manager resumes lending to Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa.

5 days ago
Yahoo clients sue after data breach
Yahoo clients sue after data breach
International

The latest complaint against Yahoo was filed in federal court in San Jose, California, last week.

5 days ago
Fending off Country Bird costs Sovereign
Fending off Country Bird costs Sovereign
Companies

Sovereign Foods, which is in the midst of being bought out by Country Bird, says the hostile bid is costing its bottom line.

5 days ago
BHP Billiton faces rating risk
BHP Billiton faces rating risk
International

Mining titan BHP Billiton faces a tough battle to hold on to its credit score.

5 days ago
‘Twitter has no choice but to explore options’
‘Twitter has no choice but to explore options’
International

Salesforce.com and other companies eyeing Twitter might pay more than $16bn to get their hands on the social-media platform’s valuable data.