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Bullion producer Gold Fields said on Friday it had sold its 9.9 percent interest in ASX-listed Gold Road Resources for A$126.3 million or US$85.5 million.
Tensions between Old Mutual and its axed chief executive Peter Moyo heightened further when the company yesterday moved to sack him for the second time in two months, despite a court ruling ordering for his reinstatement.
Twelve young entrepreneurs from across Africa have been named as finalists in the inaugural $100,000 Generation Africa GoGettaz 'agripreneur' competition to select two innovative ventures in the agri-food sector.
Clothing apparel and homeware retailer Mr Price shares tumbled 13.70percent to close at R151.46 on the JSE yesterday, wiping off billions after the group reported a weak trading update for the four months to end August 3 on constrained consumer spending in the country.
The South African currency was basically unchanged yesterday, in step with a steady USD, as currency traders sat on the side lines according to NKC Research.
The financial woes facing embattled mobile operator Cell C mounted on Thursday after rating agency S&P Global Ratings lowered the company's rating to default.
Pay-TV service provider MultiChoice is set to face a strike on Friday at its customer care call centres and the walk-in centres led by union Information Communication Technology (ICTU).
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