Adcorp share price jumps the most in seven months as profit rises

The share price surges 133% on the company's cost containment plan to ease the effects of Covid-19

Workforce Holdings swings into a loss as Covid-19 hits job numbers

Employment services group says it is beginning to see a normalisation of demand for services

Implats names Thandi Orleyn as new board chair

Orleyn will take up the position as chair of the board of the world's third-largest platinum miner from October 14

Adcorp considers Australian exit as it prepares for post Covid-19 economy

Recruitment specialist says its focus is on stabilising the business amid pandemic

Rosstone offers services to help mitigate the ripple effect of Covid-19 on business

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Essential-service work under Covid-19 beat expectations, reports Workforce

Workforce Holdings is still providing employment services to a number of essential industries

Workforce Holdings skips dividend amid Covid-19 and recession

Labour-services group reports that the minimum wage hike that began in March 2020 has hit some of its clients

WATCH: Why Bidvest’s interim earnings have taken a knock

Business Day TV talks to Bidvest CEO Lindsay Ralphs about his take on the company’s interim results

Workforce agrees to buy business college

Labour group’s diversification strategy ups focus on training and financial services

Conduit Capital to offload insurance business

The sale of Constantia Risk and Insurance to Namibian group Trustco is expected to be completed by March

CSG’s young security unit posts big loss

The owner of Hi-Tech Security suffered a hefty loss, exacerbated by rising fuel costs

Coronation bleeds funds as clients battle job losses and tough economy

Coronation declared a total gross dividend of 341c, down 18.8% from the previous year

Adcorp has worst slump in 25 years after warning SA employers are cutting back

Tough conditions in SA have resulted in clients cutting back their workforce, with the company expecting interim HEPS to fall by up to 94.5%

National minimum wage takes toll on Workforce Holdings

The labour-services group’s after-tax profit fell, despite an increase in revenue for the six months to end-June

Harmony production to plunge

The miner will close mines in SA in the next five years if the rand gold price does not rise, and is counting heavily on its undeveloped, 50%-owned Wafi-Golpu ...

CSG puts trust in management and security divisions

‘Now that we are a bigger player, security company owners are knocking at our door,’ says CEO Pieter Dry


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