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AYO released a statement via Sens, which stated, "Shareholders are referred to the article published in the BusinessDay on 26 February 2019 referring to the compliance notice issued by the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (“CIPC”) requiring that the Public Investment Corporation (“PIC”) recoup its investment in AYO.
The South African infrastructure market was in crisis, says financially troubled listed construction and engineering group Aveng.
Zambia and Zimbabwe reduced power generation to around half capacity at their power stations at the Kariba Dam as water levels in the reservoir fell, Zambia’s state-owned ZESCO Ltd said on Monday.
Beijing Automotive International Corporation (BAIC), the Chinese state-owned company that committed to invest R11 billion in South Africa, now claims that production was set to commence before the end of this year at its vehicle plant in Coega.
The South African currency was one of the top-performing EM currencies, spurred by rising optimism over an imminent US-China trade deal and higher precious metal prices.
Sasol has brushed aside the delays and escalating capitals costs at its Lake Charles Chemicals Project (LCCP) in the US to report an increase in its earnings for the six months to end-December.
The PIC Commission of Inquiry continued yesterday, with Deputy Finance Minister Mondli Gungubele’s turn to be quizzed.
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