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Elon Musk is seeking ‘streetfighters’ to beef up legal department

Musk’s lawyering up may have to do with a clash over the safety of Autopilot and the Full Self-Driving features that Tesla has been selling for years before ...

RFG grows revenue by a fifth, but struggles to recover surging costs

The producer is battling with higher prices for inputs including cans, meats and oils and logistics

Brace for double-digit inflation, Tiger Brands CEO warns

Prices of oat flour and maize bread could rise up to 20%, says Noel Doyle

Barloworld considers a separate listing for star performer Avis

None of the offers to purchase the business have ‘sufficient merit to be progressed’, CEO says Dominic Sewela

RFG falls almost 12% as it flags inflation pressures

Headline earnings may still rise as much as 35% in the food producer's 2022 half-year, lifted insurance payments for lost profits during Covid-19

Insimbi shares jump on possible earnings growth

Metals and plastics maker’s share price surges after it says earnings expected to more than double

Russia to bring back Soviet-era Moskvich car after Renault exit

Moskvich car may make a comeback on nationalised Renault assembly line

Barloworld lifts after flagging profit rise

The group's shares rose as much as 9% on Monday, after it said headline earnings per share will more than double in its half-year to end March

Astral doubles dividend as improved volumes give it wings

Poultry group declares R7.90 interim dividend, more than double what it paid out last year

Adani Group snaps up India’s second-biggest cement maker for $10.5bn

Gautam Adani’s conglomerate acquires Holcim’s cement businesses in fierce bidding with local companies

York Timber warns of revenue hit amid more than three-week long strike

Members of the National Union of Metalworkers of SA have been on strike since April 25, affecting a unit accounting for more than half of revenue

Sappi’s profits on a tear amid tight global paper markets

The group has successfully passed on higher costs after benefiting from strong demand and supply constraints

Raubex names Felicia Msiza as its new CEO

The new boss, who has extensive experience in risk and compliance, will take up her position at the beginning of August

No damaged vehicles will make it to the sales floor, Toyota says

About 12% of the nearly 4,600 completed units at the flood-damaged Prospecton plant had no damage and could be sold

China’s Geely buys stake in Renault Korea

Acquisition will free up funds for French carmaker to invest in its electric business

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