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The DA intends to intervene in a deal in which energy minister Jeff Radebe is allegedly pushing for SA to spend at least $1bn in building an oil refinery in South Sudan. The DA plans, via the ...
Nehawu and PSA serve Sars with a seven-day notice to strike from March 28
After two years fund managers say Vukile's expansion into Spain has been a masterstroke
Five units have been restored since Friday morning leading Eskom to suspend load-shedding on Sunday
Economic development minister Ebrahim Patel says his department wants to make sure that the Competition Commission and Competition Tribunal are efficient to ensure that they are ready to implement ...
Saud al-Qahtani, a top aide to Prince Mohammed until he was sacked over his suspected role in the killing, has not appeared at the court sessions
Swiss pair of Nino Schurter and Lars Forster (Scott-Sram) won men’s title in a race that was as tight and tough as predicted
No vintage is the same so success is never absolute, but rather a reflection of the best possible
Company faces 11,200 US cases over weedkiller Roundup and has been ordered to pay $78.5m to one claimant
Metair walked away from a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy battery maker TAB for €300m after shareholders gave it a thumbs down
Factory visits indicate aeroplane maker may be nearing completion of software patch following two deadly crashes
Chemical products group Omnia said on Wednesday it expected its earnings per share for the year to end-March 2019 to plunge by more than 160%, mainly due to ...
Armed gangs are disrupting construction projects in the Eastern and Western Cape, demanding to be part of the projects themselves
Aluminium producer is scrambling to rid its IT system of the virus as production is partially effected
The investment firm also says political instability ahead of the elections is a threat in 2019
Giant smelters in countries including Norway, Qatar and Brazil were being operated manually
South32, which supplies the company with aluminium, is in a row with Eskom over expiry date of its contract
Heavy-moving equipment seller, Bell does 60% of its business abroad but this could rise given the lack of local demand for its products
The group declared a final dividend of 25c a share, taking the total dividend for the year to 45c, the same as the prior year
The cash-strapped construction firm says there is a reasonable prospect that it can be rescued
The company’s overseas acquisitions, particularly in Turkey and despite the lira’s turbulent year, boosted its 2018 performance
Strong showing from businesses in Turkey and Romania helps full-year net profit rise 19%
British construction group says it won more business following bankruptcy of low-price bidder as it reports a nearly 10% jump in full-year profit
The paper and plastics packaging company expects its plastics business to continue to struggle in the new financial year
Three investors do not see eye to eye on structure of the deal to rescue troubled Italian airline
Boeing is in crisis as airlines around the world ground the plane, with regulators from Australia to Europe denying it access to their airspace
As construction companies crumble, SA will have to rely on foreign companies — and their prices — for infrastructure builds
The decision lets Imperial Tobacco continue operating its businesses normally, and follows a similar move by Japan Tobacco’s JTI-Macdonald unit last week
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