All share closes down but rand benefits from US inflation data
Choice is between democratic openness and parasitical elites having their way
Only R76m worth of settlements have been made and another 48 cases are being negotiated
The party has decided there should not be a cooling-off period as provided for in the Electoral Amendment Bill
The technology group reports its Namibian business is hitting targets and ‘solid progress’ is being made in Australia
The improved sentiment is a result of increased merchandise export and import volumes and more new vehicles sold, Sacci report says
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Now more than ever, there are tangible reasons to believe that Africa’s time is now as major firms invest in African brands, from music and art to fashion
Construction and materials group Raubex says it has returned to profit for its six months to end-August, with a record order book underpinning a more than doubling of headline earnings per share (Heps) from prepandemic levels.
The group, one of the few listed survivors of a recent downturn in SA’s construction industry, expects headline earnings per share of at least 117c, from a loss of 26.6c previously, implying this measure of profit, which excludes certain one-off items, has improved about R250m...
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