Two directors resign from the board of South Ocean

The resignations, submitted on Thursday, are effective immediately

JAVIER BLAS: The coal industry is neither down or out

Despite the final communique of the COP26 climate change summit, coal mining companies are making a killing

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FNB’s eBucks Rewards comes tops at the SA Loyalty Awards — for the third year running

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Hyprop Investments acquires four Eastern European retail centres for R3.32bn

The company said the transaction is in line with its strategy to acquire premium assets with potential for future growth

MARKET WRAP: Rand and JSE weaker after volatile week

Market volatility is not going away any time soon, and investors are expecting as many as five interest-rate increases from the Fed this year

ANTHONY BUTLER: If only Telkom rebound could pave way for ailing SOEs

But its recent past may simply be an aberration and the trajectory of the SA Post Office could be the future for the sector

Clover and unions back at the negotiating table as wage impasse intensifies

The courts have granted Clover an interdict, while labour movements abroad support the SA unions’ wage strike

Industrials Reit’s rental uplift streak continues in its third quarter

The three months to end-December marked the fifth-consecutive quarter the group grew uplifts in rent more than 20% at lease expiry or renewal

Massmart reports sales fall after civil unrest hits stores and supply chains

Group sales fell 1.9% to R84.9bn, with civil unrest, Covid-19 restrictions on trade, and global supply shortages all weighing the Game owner

Higher iron ore prices to boost Kumba

Company expects full-year profit and headline earnings to rise

JSE muted as investors digest Fed’s hawkish stance

JSE all share and top 40 are little changed in morning trade on Friday

GLENN HOLLANDS: Oil and gas industry development of Wild Coast could be a trick

But independent research suggests oil and gas-led development is a slippery concept

Old Mutual applies to have ‘fatally flawed’ Moyo case thrown out

The insurance and investment firm argues that no reasonable person would find in favour of Moyo and has asked to be absolved of his claims

HILARY JOFFE: Don’t cheer SA’s inflation rate just yet

The country’s ‘administered prices’ reflect inefficiencies and policy choices in the public sector

EDITORIAL: Commission for Gender Equality should stay in its lane

The commission’s comments create confusion and strengthen the views of anti-vaxxers, at a time when the state is trying to entrench Covid-19 immunity through ...

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Shareholders move to block Tongaat Hulett rights offer

MICHELLE GUMEDE

A consortium of investors is trying to stop the proposed takeover of the group by Zimbabwe’s Rudland family

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Hyprop Investments acquires four Eastern European retail centres for R3.32bn

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The company said the transaction is in line with its strategy to acquire premium assets with potential for future growth

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State set to appoint experts to probe parliamentary fire damage

Linda Ensor

The contractors will be given one week to complete an initial assessment of phase 1 of the project

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Eskom Pension and Provident Fund appoints new CFO

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Congress’s attack on tech companies would harm consumers, workers and the economy

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Peloton and Lululemon Athletica’s Mirror and other home-exercise firms must find a way to coexist with brick-and-mortar rivals

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