Five Roses tea parent company AVI warns HEPS under pressure

The company says SA's trading environment remains difficult with weak consumer spending constraining sales

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Saica honours brightest young chartered accountants

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Aspen joins long list of firms cutting jobs

Drugmaker to shed up to 219 posts as it aims to reduce costs by R400m

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Clicks pushes its own branded products

Health and beauty retailer seeks to provide better value for cash-strapped consumers

ALISTAIR ANDERSON: Andrew Konig champions measured management in a sector regaining trust

Listed property group Redefine is cleaning up its balance sheet and has put R8bn worth of properties up for sale

Sky’s the limit as Tesla targets mass market

Electric carmaker’s share price soars as company  plans higher production

ARC one step closer to overarching world mission with larger stake in Alexander Forbes

Motsepe's vision of driving financial inclusion for lower-income clients requires businesses with scale

ArcelorMittal SA sheds more than 1,000 jobs

The steelmaker has described 2019 as an exceptionally difficult year

Xerox plans to replace HP board as takeover offer is rebuffed again

HP says the offer still undervalues it, with the push to replace the board marking an escalation of tensions between the two hardware giants

P&G shares fall despite good sales as Wall Street sets high bar

Procter & Gamble’s organic sales rose 5% and it has raised its profit outlook on expected higher growth for the full year

Blue Label flags earnings boost after Cell C impairments

Blue Label Telecoms expects headline earnings per share to rise at least 20% due to impairments

Kumba’s strong profit raises expectations of large dividend

SA’s largest iron ore miner warns of bumper profit on the back of higher iron ore price, but the domestic market remains tricky

Export coal volumes drop again in 2019

In an annual performance briefing to media, Richards Bay Coal Terminal officials said 2019 had turned out to be a very tough year

Rolls-Royce warns of aviation industry being seen as ‘villains’

The aviation industry could face a damaging backlash from the public and regulators if its fails to step up efforts to slash carbon emissions

Anglo American’s diamond and copper units had a tough 2019

The globally diversified resources company hits its full-year production targets and analysts flag strong earnings despite headwinds.

Labat to buy new cannabis training business for R15m

Labat Africa will acquire a 70% interest in a business to be known as CannAfrica

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