Local bourse recovers from Thursday’s losses on positive sentiment amid rumours that President Cyril Ramaphosa may reshuffle his Cabinet any day now
Anthony Butler says the DA may feel compelled to move right and the EFF left, and Resilient’s share price hit a three-and-a-half-year low
'Regime change' – and discussions with Ramaphosa – had led to the decision
Zolile Mrara was accused of nepotism in 2015; his move comes amid speculation of an imminent provincial cabinet reshuffle
SA Airlink and Safair say they are disappointed by the decision and will approach the Competition Tribunal to allay the commission’s concerns
The ratings agency has issued a lukewarm report on the budget, voicing its concern about Eskom, public sector wage negotiations, free tertiary education and the NHI
But the country fared less well in the underlying indices, including policy perception, confirming what local companies have said about the deterioration of regulatory confidence and security
Yobe state governor Ibrahim Gaidam has questioned if there has been a kidnapping at all, saying ‘It is possible some of the girls came across motorists and they gave them a ride to some places’
Flyhalf finally shrugs off injuries and is raring to get season going against Hurricanes at Loftus
Nosy Ankao, an island off the northeast coast, offers first five-star resort, writes Brandon Presser
A total of 2,500 workers have embarked on an indefinite strike following the Gupta-owned mine’s failure to pay salaries
Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman talks to Business Day TV about whether the group expects to do more deals
The platinum producer says sales volumes dropped due to the build-up of inventory ahead of the commissioning of the new furnace
The mining company says it expects HEPS to fall by up to 20% due to a slowdown in demand for minerals used by construction companies
But the country fared less well in the underlying indices, including policy perception, confirming what local companies have said about the deterioration of ...
Sibanye-Stillwater’s shares fall a hefty 15.5% after reporting its most difficult annual results
De Beers forecast full-year production in 2018 of between 34-million and 36-million carats — a level last seen in 2008
The producer posts its highest dividend in a decade, with operating profit up to $5.5bn from $1.7bn in 2016
The company has opted to issue shares to its investors in lieu of a dividend as it beds down a number of costly acquisitions
Improved commodity prices and adoption of electric vehicles bode well for multinational, which will return $2.9bn to shareholders
The National Union of Mineworkers members demand to know what is in store for Optimum Coal
Workers wanted to hand CEO George van der Merwe a memorandum of grievances, but he was away, the miners are concerned about the future of the mine amid reports ...
Investors were warned less than 24 hours ahead of the company’s full-year results that it would report an attributable loss of R4.4bn
The interim dividend rose a hefty 67% to R10 share, as result of what Assore said was a ‘strong balance sheet and good operational cash generation’
Market sentiment and commodity prices continued to improve during 2017 after the cyclical lows of 2016, CEO Ivan Glasenberg said
AngloGold Ashanti CEO Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan talks to Business Day TV about the company’s full-year results
BHP’s first-half results miss analysts’ expectations and the shares fall 4.6%
Miner announces plan to invest million of dollars to restart troubled Ghanaian mine
The miner, which has declared a dividend despite posting a net full-year loss, will fund the $500m development costs internally
CEO Andrew Mackenzie says higher commodity prices and a solid operating performance delivered free cash flow that was used to reduce net debt and increase ...
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