Rand Merchant Bank analyst John Cairns says markets have rallied on the relief that the worst outcome has not played out yet
The government needs to ask itself why it bent over backwards to do a deal with a company owned by foreigners and the president’s son instead of supporting black entrepreneurs, as it often claims it ...
The ANC and its youth league have praised the slain Umzimkhulu municipality council speaker for his diligence and commitment
Ramaphosa says former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas was probably fired for refusing the alleged Gupta offer
The company reported sharply higher diamond sales from along with improved production performances from all of its divisions except from copper and nickel
Economists have warned SA’s green shoots of economic growth might be at risk after two downgrades
The civil society organisation says its objectives are to ensure black economic emancipation and true radical economic transformation
Analysts say it will be remarkable for someone like the En Marche! leader to win in a country that views the EU, free trade and bankers with a great deal of scepticism
Kenyans and Ethiopians dominate final standings
Gwen van Embden’s Mountain + Water exhibition reflects the uncertainty and chaos engulfing SA and part of the world, writes Mary Corrigall
One of the cement maker’s plants probably paid protection money to armed groups in Syria to keep the factory running
Despite poor PR when the Kuga 1.6 was going up in flames, Ford’s market share has jumped from 7.4% in the last quarter of 2016 to 10.1% in the first quarter ...
CEO Andre de Ruyter says the sale and leaseback of 15 industrial properties raised R1.744bn and reduced gearing
Peter Oswald, who heads the Europe and International division, will take over as the new CE, while Hathorn will work in an executive capacity until he retires ...
But Asia’s share of coal exported from the terminal in 2016 spiked
CEO Darryll Castle says the group’s recent R4bn right offer means the balance sheet is ‘reasonably secure’
Petrochemical giant says industrial action at its Secunda operations results in a decrease in mining production and higher costs to ensure supply of coal to ...
The struggling building materials specialist goes to market for R350m with majority of shareholders’ backing
The long-awaited move to use 100% local content steel in state entities’ procurement could protect the domestic industry from a ‘blood bath’
CEO Lindsay Ralphs says there are a couple of processes taking place related to potential acquisitions, with expansion in the UK a possibility
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