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Business Day columnist Hilary Joffe and a panel of editors take an in-depth look at some of the stories driving news agendas
National Director of Public Prosecutions will in February tackle the case where former SARS officials Van Loggerenburg, Pillay and Janse van Rensburg are accused of illegally intercepting NPA ...
Andrew Canter from Futuregrowth Asset Management talks to Business Day TV about the governing party’s manifesto
CEO Dawie de Villiers hopes SA's largest pension funds administrator can restore confidence with reviewed strategy
Consumers came under pressure in 2018 with the first VAT hike in two decades and steep fuel price increases
Trade wars and, particularly, China’s slowdown are starting to ripple around the buying world, affecting transport to top-end handbag sales
The British prime minister’s focus now turns to trying to find a way through the Brexit quagmire
The South African 2018 Wimbledon finalist took a medical time-out midway through the four-set match
Fresh designs, material innovations, complications and technical revolutions from the most high-end luxury watch brands. Gary Cotterell highlights eight of the best
SA Poultry Association says cheap imports from Brazil are hurting the local industry and costing jobs
SA Poultry Association says more people can be employed with right support measures from the government and curbing of imports
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says food imports from Denmark will drop by about 24% if the UK exits the EU without a deal
John Gavin Hudson will spearhead group strategic review, the sugar producer says
Local chicken producers have applied for an increase in a bid to rescue their industry
TWK Investments is in talks to buy an 11,000ha forest in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal
Storage subsidiary Wesgraan has already received 88% more wheat than in the past year
US farm sector stockpiles Chinese chemicals before scheduled tariffs
The Karan family accepted a R5.2bn offer from the PIC over a R6bn offer from Chinese investors who wanted to export all of its meat
‘The EU showed no interest in reviewing its position on CBS as a quarantine pest … refusing to consider any reasonable requests for relaxation of the excessive ...
Adriaan de Lange, Group MD of Omnia joins us on the line for his perspective on the company’s interim loss
Tiger’s unbundling decision comes just ahead of the start of the 2020 fishing rights application process
A global policy shift away from food aid towards local production has sparked a green revolution, lifting Africa's potential as a market, Deere says
JSE-listed food producers continue to face pressure from a weak rand, rising fuel costs and subdued economic environment
Shares lose as much as 16% after chemicals group says it was hurt by economic slowdown and delay in the planting season
The group’s shares slump almost 12% before recovering slightly to close at R61.30
The agribusiness sector is one of the most important components of the Western Cape economy
The fishing company reported a 40% increase in full-year net profit
The poultry producer's share price is down more than 25% in the year to date and commentators can't see a recovery any time soon
Former investor Chris Logan says Tongaat Hulett's priorities are wrong and instead of selling land the firm should retain the valuable portfolio.
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