AEEI eyes acquisitions to drive further growth

Black-owned investment holding firm African Equity Empowerment Investments says it will pursue deals as annual revenue increases 22%

Sephaku embarks on cost-cutting drive

The building and construction materials company says it will not replace departing board members as part of the cost-cutting measures

Indonesia cement maker snaps up LafargeHolcim unit to bolster market lead

Indonesia’s biggest cement maker Semen Indonesia to buy local unit of LafargeHolcim for about $917m

Boeing’s October 737 deliveries up on strong demand

Boeing delivered a total of 57 aircraft in October, up from a 56 a year ago

Indian steelmaker warns of import surge if China trade deepens

Jindal Stainless says the inclusion of flat stainless-steel products in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership would force some small Indian steel ...

General Electric speeds up Baker Hughes exit plan

Jet engine maker to raise cash and repay debt by selling off asset

What Motus plans for great leap after listing

Larger and stand-alone acquisitions will be internationally focused and selective, says acting CEO Ockert Janse van Rensburg

Saudis in $1bn bid for stake in Denel

The kingdom wants partnership despite being rebuffed by SA earlier

Stefanutti warns of possible job losses

It's a tale of woe for SA's construction sector, as JSE-listed Stefanutti Stocks becomes the latest in the sector to send out out distress signals as local ...

Stefanutti lifts first-half earnings 46% despite sober economic activity in SA

Stefanutti partly benefited from geographic diversification, with the UAE operation contributing R38m in earnings from R16m a year before

Gautrain wants to raise funds to extend its reach

The high-speed rail network is seeking R4bn to increase its number of trains by 50% ahead of a potential expansion to other parts of Johannesburg and Pretoria

Group Five in court battle to stop multimillion-rand claim over Ghana power project

The cash-strapped construction group has gone to high court to stop a client from claiming money

Bowler Metcalf warns of operational challenges ahead

Plastics packaging specialist Bowler Metcalf declares large special dividend but warns of operational challenges ahead

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More pain ahead for Group Five after setback in Ghana

Embattled Group Five has lost 97% of its value in the past five years

European carmakers to trial new steel contracts on London metal bourse

The experiment by BMW and Volvo could change hedging and pricing of deals in the industry

Group Five’s share price plunges 15.5%

The company failed to meet an October deadline for the Kpone power-station project in Ghana

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