Gold prices climb to one-week highs, boosted by lower dollar and economic and political uncertainty around the world
Buying into a franchise means you have immediate access to an extensive and rich network of other franchisors
DA stalwart Wilmot James, who is taking a year’s leave of absence, reflects on his time in the party and parliament, and on how the ANC has crushed new thought inside and outside the ruling ...
Banks will simply stop financing BEE deals if industry is 'uninvestable'
Proposals to bring relief to borrowers in no-income and low-income groups
'The odds were stacked against me because he had a gun and‚ if I could‚ I would want a rematch'
Rooibos Ltd was accused of anti-competitive behaviour in 2015 and has now been referred to the Competition Tribunal
The proposed deal could potentially also boost Distell’s international deal-making and investment appeal
The cars, made between August 2004 and March 2012, need the power-steering, high-pressure hose replaced, for risk of fire
Competition on the rise and Australian mission proves costly
Disposal of indirect stake helps investment company increase net asset value 39%, leaving JSE’s annual return behind in the dust
Lower-income families cut back spending as wealthier classes remain undented by the downturn
The Competition Commission raided the company last week as part of a probe of allegations of price fixing in the beef industry
E-commerce firm boosts brick-and-mortar presence and takes on retailer’s groceries business with $14bn Whole Foods Market deal
The KWV dissenting shareholder awaits the holding company’s response to a supplementary affidavit filed over the new payout concern
Investment holding company acknowledges that New Look had a difficult year, says ‘conditions are expected to remain challenging’ until the end of 2018’
Bounty Brands CEO Stefan Rabe talks about the International Finance Corporation investing in the company, and discusses plans to list the company
Consumers are reluctant to spend in an economy fraught with uncertainty
The solid performance of its African assets highlights the case for a separate listing
Demand improves for its premium cognacs in China, and further profit growth is predicted this year
Retaliatory action by Kellogg’s was sparked when the Kokkinakis family tried to register it as their own trademark
Steinhoff disappoints as it overhauls newly acquired but underperforming billion-dollar mattress business
Lewis charges fees for its extended warranty and club membership in a separate ‘statement of account’, which lets them off the hook
Diamond jewellery retailers are under pressure amid a big shift in online buying habits
Spaza shops in townships are disappearing as a result of the infiltration of the formalised retail players, says independent buying group head
National Credit Regulator will appeal against the judgment that customers were not forced to be members when applying for credit
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