Afrox delisting will be bad news for JSE

American-German group Linde will buy the remaining portion of company it does not own

York Timber upbeat as demand improves

The group said it returned to profitability in the three months to end-September, amid robust demand and a resumption of activity

Mondi’s earnings slip despite cost cuts

Analysts, however, are positive about the paper and pulp packaging group, saying it is well run, cash flow generative and resilient

Hulamin reports third quarter sales recovery

Sales in the three months to end-September rose 55% quarter on quarter to 45,000 tonnes

Brikor warns of loss after Covid-19 shutdown

The building materials group expects a headline loss of about R1.89m, having only recently regained its JSE listing

Chickens coming home to roost for Sasol?

The company, which does not have a good record on climate change, has twice been hit by hurricanes at its Lake Charles project

WATCH: How PPC posted hefty annual loss

PPC CEO Roland van Wijnen talks to Business Day TV about the group’s annual results

Nissan has high hopes for new bakkie

The locally built Navara will be launched in 2021 with a strong focus on the export market

Lossmaker PPC sets sights on badly needed cash injection early in 2021

SA's largest cement maker writes down its businesses by R3bn as it mulls a hefty rights issue to continue going

Raubex warns of loss after initial Covid-19 lockdown halted construction

The group expects to report a headline loss of up to R53m in its six months to end-August

ArcelorMittal SA strongly opposes export tax on scrap metal

The steel producer says there is adequate supply of scrap metal to meet demand and an export tax is unnecessary and would be harmful

Afrimat expects to grow profits amid high iron ore prices and construction recovery

The group expects headline earnings per share to end-August to rise as much as 5%

Afrimat moves to put anthracite mine it is eyeing into business rescue

Afrimat is a creditor of Nkomati Anthracite, and is also seeking to take over its majority owner, Unicorn Capital Partners

Consol forecasts 15% drop in glass industry sales over next year

In August the company halted a project because of the ban on alcohol sales in lockdown

Car-part makers turn to making Covid equipment

Group of doctors, engineers and business figures use lockdown period to tackle shortage of breathing aids

Quarterly sales record drives Tesla closer to 2020 goal

Carmaker delivers 139,300 cars in third quarter, above the 129,950 projected

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