Sasol shares hit one-month high as oil surges

Crude rose up to 10% on Monday morning due to a weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, lifting the SA petrochemicals giant

JSE drops as oil supply fears weigh on sentiment

The US and China are expected to resume trade talks this week before engaging in high-level negotiations in October

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Airports Company SA reports steep fall in profit

The big reduction in profit ‘is very disappointing as much of our increased costs had a direct impact on our bottom line’, acting CEO Bongiwe Mbomvu says

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Comair’s earnings shoot up after SAA award

British Airways franchisee’s headline earnings per share rise 184% due to R1.1bn settlement

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Blue Label at record low as JSE threatens suspension

The largest shareholder of Cell C has until the end of September to deliver its full-year results to end-May or face suspension from the JSE

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Rand weakens on global oil supply worries

The SA Reserve Bank will hold its two-day MPC meeting from Tuesday before giving the verdict on the repo rate on Thursday

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EDITORIAL: Attacks on judiciary a red herring

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Compensation Fund again fails to get auditor-general’s approval

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Exxaro lines up deal for controlling stake in windpower producer Cennergi

Coal supplier to up its stake in wind power producer as it seeks to increase its footprint in the renewable energy sector

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Xenophobia is the tip of an iceberg that all African nations should confront

Failing to deal with these issues properly is undermining SA’s credibility on the continent ahead of its assumption of AU leadership in 2020

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World's biggest polluting nations are well behind the goals they set for themselves

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