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Mining company Wescoal on Tuesday reported a 12 percent increase to R3.965 billion in revenue for the year ended March 31, while headline earnings per share dropped 62 percent to 17.5 cents.
China and South Africa have cemented good relations by developing mining infrastructure through the progressive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
The government will on Tuesday meet a United Arab Emirates delegation on a trade and investment mission to Johannesburg to garner the knowledge and contacts necessary to do business in South Africa for UAE-based companies.
Astral Foods said yesterday that it had signed an emergency agreement with Standerton Municipality as an interim measure to stave off the current water crisis after a number of national government departments stepped in.
The embattled state-owned entity Denel is unable to pay full salaries to their staff this month.
The Commission of Inquiry into alleged improprieties at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), heard on Monday, how evidence leader Advocate Jannie Lubbe’s legal team was reported to the board of the PIC for acting improperly with regard to the taking of statements from potential witnesses.
“We have taken all the wrinkles out of the business,” Invicta Holdings chief executive Arnold Goldstone said yesterday.
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