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Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), the world’s biggest brewer, whose flagship brands include Castle Lager and Budweiser, said yesterday that South Africa’s booze consumption sank last year as rising fuel costs and the VAT hike put pressure on cash strapped consumers.
Group Five might need to retrench more people than it had anticipated, the business rescue practitioners said yesterday.
On Tuesday the 26th of March, Huawei is set to launch its new smartphone range, the Huawei P30.
Data and analytics firm Gartner released data which suggested that by 2030, 80 percent of the work of today’s project management (PM) discipline will be eliminated as artificial intelligence (AI) takes on traditional PM functions such as data collection, tracking and reporting.
EOH holdings, the troubled Johannesburg-headquartered technology services company, continued its slide on the JSE yesterday after it flagged that its profits could take a hit on the back of the termination of a contract with Microsoft.
The South African currency managed to claw back losses, it failed to fully benefit from broad-based greenback weakness as domestic equities remain under pressure amid local growth concerns.
Two of the most urgent issues facing the global economy will be centre stage at the 9th Annual Global Business Roundtable (GBR) taking place in Johannesburg towards the end of March.
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