CAPE TOWN – Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
Asset management firm Anchor Capital has called for Eskom to enter a “negotiated” business rescue process and for a partial listing of its business to ensure its financial sustainability.
Just as the Brexit saga was about to come to an end, it got more dramatic and a lot more confusing.
The rand traded stronger against the US dollar during Friday’s European trading session, according to NKC Research.
The commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) will enter its second week today, starting with testimony from the executive head of property.
Fitch Ratings on Friday said South Africa’s ratings were weighed down by low potential growth, sizeable government debt and contingent liabilities.
MC Mining, which was hit by operational challenges in the quarter to December, is sorting out the problems and expects better output in the year ahead, it said on Friday.
Thirteen black-empowered South African wine producers, including Thembi & Co, Bayede!, African Roots and Koopmanskloof, will be among those showcasing their products at the ProWein trade fair in Germany.
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