Their optimism is in sharp contrast to economists’ views on the likely fallout of trade tension
The Bank is one of the few SA institutions that has withstood the hollowing out of public institutions by the ANC and well-connected individuals
Nedbank group CEO Mike Brown says Zwane put pressure on the bank to keep the Gupta accounts open
He is remarkable for listening rather than talking, says the chamber — but the ANC manages to turn the nomination into an insult of the DA’s leader
Central Bank of Nigeria says it is reviewing information from the telecoms company with a view to resolving the repatriation issue
Most economists expect monetary policy committee to hold, while others say weak rand and oil price will force its hand
Joburg now performs well in registering property and getting electricity, which was an area of improvement, ease of doing business study shows
Electoral commission to announce list of candidates as protests mount
SA’s top marathon runners tipped to clinch honours in Sunday’s 12th Cape Town Marathon
Nicole Rycroft of NGO Canopy works with major companies, including Zara, H&M and Levi Strauss, to develop sustainable supply chains, writes Jackie May
The company singles out land reform and the Western Cape drought among macro-economic troubles
The European Commission will focus on data indicating the that BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche met to discuss tech to limit harmful exhaust emissions
In the latest dispute, Scribante, WBHO and Ivor Smith Electrical suspended work on August 31 over a payment claim
The Africa division is investing €100m-€150m a year as it seeks to boost its food retail, production and consumer goods sales businesses on the continent
The trend shows no sign of easing even as stock prices slump in the Asian nation
CEO hails ‘exceptional improvement’ in performance despite write-off of loan facility to unbundled subsidiary Dairy Farmers of SA
Judge Christian Jaede took issue with VW’s claim that it put off disclosure of the US diesel probe because lawyers had said fines were unlikely to ...
The packing company says the listeriosis outbreak depressed the processed meats and spices markets in the six months to June
The chocolate maker joins companies such as Rolls-Royce and Merck, who are stockpiling goods in anticipation of shortages if a UK-EU border is created
Afrox delivered an 11.5% rise in headline earnings per share. Its CEO, Schalk Venter joined Business Day in studio to offer more insight on the results
China will need 7,690 new planes in the next two decades, due to the country’s growing middle-class — but Trump’s trade tariffs threaten ...
The news came as China’s Geely delayed the planned listing of its Volvo Cars due to fears that the global trade war will knock valuations
Difficult conditions at home and in the rest of Africa were offset by a R1bn hospitals contract, and keeping cost increases to just 3%
The issuance of the new shares is one of the steps by the construction group is taking to pay off convertible bonds
The families of the deceased need answers, and the investigation should focus on adherence to health and safety laws, labour committee says
Master Drilling CEO Danie Pretorius says the deal with the ‘ambitious and driven, 100% black-owned engineering business’ will strengthen its ...
The company’s building and civil engineering unit is the main detractor from performance
SA’s largest pharmaceutical company expects HEPS to rise 11%-15% in the year to end-June, with results capped by a stronger rand
Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon has posted an increase in profit, at a time when the construction sector in SA is in dire straits
M&R has questioned the wisdom of Aton’s hostile takeover bid for M&R, saying there was a misalignment between its own strategic aspirations and ...
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