The firmer rand hampered further appreciation among rand hedges and mining stocks, with platinum stocks leading the losses in the mining sector
Anil Agarwal wants to buy $2.4bn of Anglo American shares to help him create a resources conglomerate to rival the likes of BHP Billiton
Japanese-developed Delamanid costs about R40,000 per patient, but SA’s health minister has organised receiving enough for 400 patients free of charge
The suspended Western Cape party leader has gone head to head with the secretary-general over Andile Lungisa’s election as chairman of the Nelson Mandela Bay region
Banking group Capital is paying ¤21m for its 40% interest in Creamfinance, which is registered in Cyprus and provides online consumer loan products
Merrill Lynch conference highlights positive shift among foreigners and local fund managers
Investments have already been put on hold or downscaled, says the EU Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Africa
The lender says reform is urgently needed, in a report that could set back negotiations with the World Bank and African Development Bank on $1.4bn in loans
Caretaker coach Owen da Gama leads SA in what is another milestone for the national side as they approach 25 years since readmission to international football
But while mall operators see cosmetics as a bonanza, for the makeup sellers, too much new space could turn this beauty boom ugly
It is the Chinese petroleum and oil company’s first investment in a refinery in Africa
Meanwhile, Eskom has restructured its executive committee, with Abram Masango seconded to group CEO
GM for capital assurance integration and special projects Prish Govender will act as group executive for group capital from now on
Sinopec says it will maintain all the local workforce and ensure uninterrupted service during the transition; re-branding from Caltex will begin in about five ...
Rating agency says uncertainty over the government’s debt guarantee was one of the reasons it lowered the utility’s credit rating further into junk territory ...
BMI Research says if reports of the Chinese company intending to buy Chevron’s local assets are true, it is good news for the drive to introduce Euro-V fuel ...
SA rarely exports gas-oil, but Engen is reportedly set to ship 35,000 tonnes from Durban, due to high demand for high sulphur gas-oil in Asia
The specialist investment vehicle planning a secondary listing on the JSE has no investments in SA yet, but believes there could be opportunities in future
Chair of the portfolio committee on energy Fikile Majola says the state petroleum firm can no longer be allowed to waste taxpayers’ money
The power utilty seeks damages of R50m from the DA after offending statement alleges ‘widespread corruption in top ranks’
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