Embattled Sibanye could retrench 4,000 more workers

Gold miner prepares to slash its workforce for the third time in a year

EDITORIAL: Mining sector pay deal is a sound bet

Long-term wage agreements provide stability for workers and employers

Mining production accelerates a surprising 10%

Production in February exceeds analysts’ forecasts of 3.9% increase

SA bunkering industry missing out on shipping bonanza

Sars stalemate and port congestion mean opportunities are being lost amid surge of sea traffic around Cape of Good Hope

Q&A with Companies Tribunal chair Dennis Davis: here for the little guys

Davis sees the tribunal as critical for development of small and medium-sized businesses

Coronation wary of SA Inc value trap

Asset manager favours global businesses listed on the JSE, because of extremely difficult environment

PIC eyes a bigger slice for black asset managers

Money manger also wants more than 35% of senior management to be women

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WeBuyCars shines on its JSE debut

Shares eclipse the offering price to close at R20.40, pointing to investor confidence

Acsa warns of potential fuel crisis at airports

Seasonal shutdown of the Natref refinery and a tax dispute could lead to disruptions

ANDILE NTINGI: SA desperately needs to get its act together

To be the land of milk and honey requires plenty of cows and beehives and SA is lacking in both right now

What have employers learnt in the aftermath of Covid-19?

The pandemic has shown that employers must resist the temptation to act too quickly on the issue, and should properly weigh the risks involved

Uber opens up access to teens below 18

Ride-hailing company moves to grow number of users and address safety issues

LEON VAN VUUREN: Whistle-blowing is not a cure-all for unethical behaviour

It has a significant role to play but must be employed and managed appropriately to be effective

Coppola’s mega labour of love

Cannes audiences will have a chance to decide if ‘Megalopolis’ is ‘a vision of the future that is heaven on earth’

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