The outlook for bullion is not looking too promising ‘unless we see more turbulence in emerging markets and industrialised country stock markets’
Load-shedding is back, and Edcon considers cutting its trading space by up to a half
Ebrahim Patel is amoung a long list of cabinet ministers under former president Jacob Zuma who met the Gupta family
The state enterprises minister is set to testify on the nuclear deal and the attempt to capture the Treasury
Distribution partnership necessary because demand has 'overwhelmingly exceeded capacity', according to craft brewer's co-founder
The consensus is for an interest rate hike but the monetary policy committee could be evenly split, writes Claire Bisseker
Countries that do not train workers risk losing employers — and employees risk losing jobs to robots and automation
As banking shares continue their downward slide, Greece looks to Cyprus for a new solution
Downes clocks first major victory as pro in Cycle Challenge with Carla Oberholzer fastest woman
And bringing back life from the planet may not be such a good idea either, writes David Weintraub
The group hopes to benefit from an American economy that is enjoying a strong run
Its former CEO Rob Kane is attempting a takeover, saying he has sufficient support — but Texton says it’s not happening
CA specially appointed committee to look at possible insider trading within the Resilient group is called neither practical nor feasible
The Guardian reported the tenant would close its stores at shopping malls in the UK
The company, which turns 50 in 2019, is trying to attract a wider demographic of customer
Indluplace released its annual results on Wednesday
Indluplace releases disappointing results for the year to September, reporting flat dividend growth
The fund’s offshore investments help offset the muted growth in the local market
Founded by well-known businessman Sisa Ngebulana, Rebosis reported its worst results since listing in 2011
The value of Rebosis's property portfolio, comprising retail, office and industrial space, fell almost 4% to R18.1bn
After several changes in leadership Rob Kane is looking to return to the helm to pull the property group out of its troubles
Well-known property developer Gerald Olitzki says the perception that the inner city has not seen sizeable investment in recent years is not true, writes ...
JSE-listed MAS is on an asset acquisition drive to enhance income growth and has therefore bought a shopping mall in northern Germany, that also serves ...
Tradehold unbundles its financial services and energy business interests
Estate agents can adapt to technology but their future is assured, says Pam Golding Properties CEO Andrew Golding
Sandton City earns praise for its zero-percent vacancy
CapCo CEO Ian Hawksworth has been under pressure to split the company into two companies as its UK-based assets — Covent Garden and Earl’s Court — have not ...
Delta Property Fund, which is one of the largest landlords to the government in SA, says it needs the state to commit to long term leases
Redefine Properties grows its dividend 5.5% in the year to August 2018 but expects this to worsen in 2019 as a weak economy takes its toll.
CEO Andrew König gives his perspective on the current numbers and how it sets them up for the challenge ahead
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