Mining industry seeks to polish its tarnished reputation

To counter rising criticism, the industry says it wants to adopt standards of good governance

Taiwanese businesses look to India as alternative to China

Beijing-Washington trade war pushes companies into newer markets

Big firms say they mean business in pledging to slash emissions

But coalition’s commitment is minuscule relative to climate-change challenge

Policymakers should plan for decline in coal exports to avoid chaotic transition

The nation’s coal export levels will be decided by Asian energy policies, not those of SA

Despite being so hated, coal companies are growing, report finds

Urgewald, in partnership with 30 other NGOs, reveals that 400 out of 746 coal companies, intend to expand their operations

Beleaguered construction industry pins hopes on Mboweni plan

The economic strategy blueprint to boost SA’s growth and job creation, is meant to reverse the downward trend in SA’s growth and competitiveness.

Beware the vultures circling community-owned mines

Widespread corruption and looting of assets needs to be investigated and brought to justice

NEWS ANALYSIS: Stakes are high for directors in Moyo vs Old Mutual board

Axed CEO Peter Moyo is seeking to have the executives declared delinquent

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Transform agriculture or cough up $16-trillion for climate change impact

Ignoring risks means incalculable implications for food security, says environmental lobby group Food and Land Use Coalition

New budget car brand Prim8 debuts in Joburg this week

Mureza will unveil its budget vehicle brand at the Automechanika trade show

Startups muscle in on banks’ traditional territory

Global payments business expected to grow to $2-trillion annually as banks predicted to lose out to competitors

Citigroup says hard-hit investment bankers pin their hopes on Africa

Revenues plunged across the developed world in the first half of 2019, weighed down by slowing economic growth and geopolitical tensions, mainly the US-China ...

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Draft bill ensures the state will have a share in oil and gas projects

The government has outlined details of a draft bill in parliament that will regulate the petroleum and gas sectors

Regulator wants fewer pension funds

The Financial Sector Conduct Authority says the roughly 1,500 funds won’t achieve the economies of scale they need to reduce administration costs

Gas industry will exploit Mozambique like all the others

The usual human rights violations, environmental destruction and corruption will keep the country a basket case

Published by Tiso Blackstar and distributed with the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of every month except December and January.