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JSE enjoys surprisingly good year, eyes Asia in search of growth

Warren Thompson

CEO Leila Fourie says their business model proved to be resilient, cash generative and able to adapt quickly during the very difficult year

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Distell expands East Africa production as appetite for ciders grows

Katharine Child

Company opens bigger vodka and cider factory in Kenya amid growing demand

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Halting tax incentive will drive capital flight, asset managers warn

Bekezela Phakathi

The 12J scheme helps keep investor money in the country, association says

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Woolworths invests in athleisure and plans to improve local clothing

Katharine Child and Karl Gernetzky

First-half results to December 27 show turnover up 5.8% to R39.6bn, with almost half coming from star performer Woolworths Food

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JONNY STEINBERG: Ramaphosa’s sense of reality rules out the autocrat’s overreach

We should be thankful that our cautious president knows he is the least powerful in decades

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A couple of positives are closing the curtain on endless SOE bailouts and the move to zero-based budgeting

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BRIAN KANTOR: Too much stimulus in the US, too little in SA

With demand surging in the US, inflation is on the horizon, while SA could do with some help from the government

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