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4 days ago
Telkom workers protest outside Luthuli House
Telkom workers protest outside Luthuli House
Companies

Around 200 Telkom employees affiliated to the Communication Workers Union protested outside the ANC's headquarters in the Joburg CBD.

4 days ago
‘Brands with Mexican heritage gaining favour’
‘Brands with Mexican heritage gaining favour’
International

More and more Americans are drinking beer and tequila imported from Mexico - and producers are taking note.

4 days ago
CWU members picket outside Luthuli House
CWU members picket outside Luthuli House
Business News

Several people affiliated to the Communication Workers Union have taken their demands for wage hikes to the ANC's headquarters in Johannesburg.

4 days ago
Deal puts Microsoft apps on Lenovo phones
Deal puts Microsoft apps on Lenovo phones
International

Microsoft and Lenovo deepen their “strategic relationship” with a deal that will put Office and Skype onto Lenovo’s mobile devices.

4 days ago
No state jobs, no promotions in Zimbabwe
No state jobs, no promotions in Zimbabwe
Business News

Cash-strapped Zimbabwe orders a freeze on the hiring of state workers as it struggles to cope with the national wage bill.

4 days ago
Ailing rand will eat into fuel price relief
Ailing rand will eat into fuel price relief
Industry news

Current data showing that September's fuel price decrease is likely to be smaller than originally hoped.

4 days ago
Imperial falls on profit forecast
Imperial falls on profit forecast
Companies

Logistics and automotive company Imperial expects trading conditions to remain challenging.

4 days ago
Crude slips to $47 as dollar retreats
Crude slips to $47 as dollar retreats
Commodities

Oil extends its retreat from a seven-week high on Tuesday amid supply concerns.

4 days ago
Impala’s shares slide in early trade
Impala’s shares slide in early trade
Companies

Impala Platinum headed for the biggest decline in more than a month after reporting that full-year earnings will tumble as much as 75%.

4 days ago
Bayer and Monsanto closer to deal?
Bayer and Monsanto closer to deal?
International

Bayer and Monsanto are in talks to create the globe’s largest producer of seeds and pesticides - and negotiations are reportedly progressing.

4 days ago
Gold rally revives scrap recycling
Gold rally revives scrap recycling
Commodities

The surprising rebound in gold prices this year has given new life to unwanted jewellery and coins - in the melting pot.

4 days ago
Sasol: Lake Charles price tag goes up
Sasol: Lake Charles price tag goes up
International

Sasol has raised its cost estimate for the Lake Charles chemical project by almost 25 percent after a review.

4 days ago
Liberty eyes real estate investment trust
Liberty eyes real estate investment trust
Companies

Insurer Liberty will place a portion of its property portfolio in a real estate investment trust that will list its shares on the JSE.

4 days ago
Zuma to chair new body overseeing SOEs
Zuma to chair new body overseeing SOEs
Business News

South Africa’s state-owned entities are in for a major overhaul as part of a high-level push to ramp up economic growth.

4 days ago
Sugar-tax plan sparks fears over jobs
Sugar-tax plan sparks fears over jobs
Business News

SA’s proposed sugar tax has divided key role-players, with some welcoming the chance to fight obesity and others warning of job-losses.