Metal is steady amid pressure from a stronger dollar, holding close to more than three-month highs, and a rise in US treasury yields
Business Day editor-at-large Peter Bruce and the Editing Allowed panel discuss SA’s big news stories
Jouberton was tense on Wednesday night as a car was burnt and a Mozambican-owned shop was looted, police expected protests to last through the night
The North West province’s electoral performance is a big concern for the ANC, admits NEC delegation head Obed Bapela
The group aimed to list on JSE and sell shares to investors to cut debt burden
Young people need high-level skills not menial jobs, trainers argue
Business Leadership SA clarifies that its engagement with the BBC is aimed at it rejoining Business Unity SA
Riyadh launches its public-private partnerships drive to transfer a quarter of its economy to private hands
A Europa League semifinal with Atlético Madrid offers the outgoing manager a chance to salvage some of his lost credit with the club’s fans
Kia has finally decided to bring its Stinger sports coupe to SA
The media owner wants to distance the company from the Gupta family ahead of MultiChoice’s DStv lifeline cut-off
Eskom spokesman Khulu Phasiwe talks to Business Day TV about some of the challenges the utility faces
The utility says this is partly due to the low electricity tariff increases granted by the National Energy Regulator of SA for this year and next
Eskom will probably have emphasis on its going-concern status in the 2017-18 financial results and will face the same problem in the current year
Stockpiles are low at seven power stations, says energy analyst Chris Yelland, and Eskom has confirmed coal is being diverted to six power stations with ...
Management’s competence in deals questioned at Nersa hearings
Top executives of Aramco and India’s Ratnagiri Refinery and Petrochemicals signs a memorandum of understanding to take equal stakes
US liquefied natural gas output will increase 32% to the end of 2025, requiring $170bn spent on gas industry infrastructure to support the growth
The Alibaba payments firm could be worth $150bn after its latest round of talks with investors, with Temasek likely to participate as lead investor in ...
The African service station chain will list on the local bourse and London Stock Exchange
The contract is effective immediately across all of SA’s nine provinces, and is exclusive for five years
Flue-gas desulphurisation is state-of-the-art technology used to remove oxides of sulphur from exhaust flue gases in power plants that burn coal or oil
CEO Christian Chammas says the primary motive for listing the energy company on both exchanges is to improve its liquidity
On Monday, Libstar said it was considering listing on the JSE
NUM and the National Union of Metalworkers of SA complain they are in the dark about the power utilty’s employment plans
Aramco’s Motiva signs a memorandum of understanding of up to $10bn with Honeywell UOP and TechnipFMC
The probe dovetails with the bid by the power utility’s new board and management to clean out corruption
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe talks to Business Day TV about signing the agreements with independent power producers
With annual staffing costs of $61,000 per employee, and productivity a fraction of its counterparts’, heads will have to roll if the debt-laden utility ...
The deposit off the island state’s west coast ‘is understood to dwarf Bahrain’s current reserves’
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