2018’s great crypto-crash is one for the record books

Virtual currencies are plumbing new depths, comparable to the bursting dotcom bubble in 2000

Business rescue practitioner wants to be front of the queue when rescues fail

Ludwig Diener has taken his case to the Constitutional Court, with the support of the Turnaround Management Association Southern Africa

Regulated online contracts would create exports to fill R50bn hole

‘SA citizens and the state are unable to participate in upside revenue streams from their content, data and copyrighted works,’ says expert

Motoring bosses deny new automotive policy is a done deal

BMW SA MD Tim Abbott says the industry needs clear guidelines on the government’s automotive ‘masterplan’

Businesses would be wise not to offend the black middle class

The consequences can be dire for a family-owned business when a significant shareholder and family member ‘goes rogue’

Banks continue lending to farmers despite threats

Basa wants to ensure any change to the constitution does not make investors, or potential investors, ‘jittery’, as banks hold more than R1-trillion in property ...

Better times ahead, says Kenya Airways

Election uncertainty hurt passenger numbers in the second half of 2017

Which came first — the chicken or Trump’s tariffs?

SA and the US have been facing off over poultry imports for years, but the US is using withdrawal from the African Growth and Opportunity Act as a way to keep ...

Organised business in SA is happy with consultation on land-reform process

Echoing Theresa May's sentiment, Business Unity SA says it will help unlock investment potential for the country

Business grouping wants more spectrum and competition

The mobile market is dominated by MTN and Vodacom, while Multichoice remains the single player in the pay-TV market

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‘No need to change mining act’

Industry endorses Mantashe’s ‘sensible’ plan to withdraw Mineral and Petroleum Resources Amendment Bill

Miners cast their eyes over border

Some miners are already moving in on SA’s northern neighbour with zeal

Europeans unhappy about SA’s duties on chicken

European producers fuming over provisional safeguard duties imposed on European chicken imports last year

Chinese copper producers, traders ride price wave

Business surges unexpectedly as fabricators rush to buy refined metal to dodge the new import tariffs on scrap before they kick in on Thursday

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