The supply restraint by Opec and Russia props up crude, as does US oil production stalling due to icy weather
Whitey Basson is ‘sorry for the millions of people’ who have had their investments compromised by Steinhoff’s share collapse, and which MP is said to have stolen two calves?
A number of unions are targeting Wits, Unisa and the Durban University of Technology in a bid to get an 8% increase
Jan Friederich, the head of Middle East and Africa sovereign ratings at Fitch, talks to Business Day TV about what lies ahead for SA
It also expects an additional $3bn of Gulf-related costs this year, bringing the total disaster-linked costs to about $65bn
Growth accelerated to 6.5% in November from 5.2% in October, with the biggest positive contributors being platinum group metals, iron ore and coal
The diamond is the size of two golf balls, and is expected to fetch up to $50m; Laurence Graff’s Graff Diamonds is Gem Diamonds’ biggest shareholder
The East China Sea is a large fishing area, and species such as mackerel could be affected by a spill, Greenpeace said last week
De Villiers and Elgar steady the ship to give SA a lead of 118 after India’s captain makes merry
Market Theatre Laboratory students deliver a production celebrating the life of Chris Hani
The transport and logistics group wants to unlock value in its shipping segment
The British government is not expected to bow to Carillion’s demands, making it likely the second-biggest construction firm will go into administration
The soft drink maker’s local division will not contract any work with McKinsey ‘until investigations have been completed’, while Sasol has ...
The pharma firm says it cannot confirm if investigative research house Viceroy Research is compiling a report about the company
The goal of producing 5,000 of the mass-market cars a week will now be reached only in June — six months after the original target
The cash-strapped arms manufacturer had R687m of outstanding debts as of November — some of which have been owed for more than 120 days
Chinese billionaire Li Shufu revived the Volvo car brand a decade ago; now he plans his first foray into the heavy-truck segment to bulk up outside China
Denel has faced a cash crunch recently, but the Public Enterprises Minister says there are no plans to sell any equity — although she can’t rule it out
The ASA has upheld a complaint that SAB can’t call its beer ‘0.0% alcohol’ when it admits it’s actually 0.03%
Powerflute has an annual production capacity of 285,000 tonnes of ‘fluting’ — the middle liner of corrugated board used to cushion the ...
Steel consultancy MEPS International says China has recently announced another round of production restrictions in an effort to curb winter pollution
The construction's company's $410m contract to build a power plant in Kpone, Ghana, has been hit by more delays
Share price rises 1% to R22 in light trade on Monday
Amid looting at public enterprises the state has tied Corporate SA into a bureaucratic knot
Cement group rejects last remaining proposal and will focus instead on African investments and mega plants
Consolidated Infrastructure Group report reveals breach to its banking covenants
Other potential bidders were put off by Sabeco’s valuation, as the stock has soared 58% this year, as well as the minority stake offered by Vietnam’s largest ...
Verster was CEO of JSE-listed construction group Aveng from February 2014 until September 2017
The company withdraws its intention to acquire R2bn of shares in local cement maker, leaving LafargeHolcim as the only contender
The transaction is a strategic move, Metrofile says, that will increase its footprint in Africa
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