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The DA intends to intervene in a deal in which energy minister Jeff Radebe is allegedly pushing for SA to spend at least $1bn in building an oil refinery in South Sudan. The DA plans, via the ...
Nehawu and PSA serve Sars with a seven-day notice to strike from March 28
After two years fund managers say Vukile's expansion into Spain has been a masterstroke
Five units have been restored since Friday morning leading Eskom to suspend load-shedding on Sunday
Economic development minister Ebrahim Patel says his department wants to make sure that the Competition Commission and Competition Tribunal are efficient to ensure that they are ready to implement ...
Saud al-Qahtani, a top aide to Prince Mohammed until he was sacked over his suspected role in the killing, has not appeared at the court sessions
Swiss pair of Nino Schurter and Lars Forster (Scott-Sram) won men’s title in a race that was as tight and tough as predicted
No vintage is the same so success is never absolute, but rather a reflection of the best possible
SWISS-WATCHES/RETAIL:Watches of Switzerland has further U.S. acquisitions in its sights
Retailers betting big on in-house products
The brewer has nominated Marty Barrington, a current board member, although the appointment still needs to be approved by investors
Names released after the finance, public accounts and public service and administration committees resolve to issue a subpoena
Competition authority's concerns that the combination could lead to higher prices prompts retail groups to offer to divest some interests across both brands
Nestlé’s ruby chocolate is a hit in Asia, where they are open to such radical deviations in a food staple; the product will not be launched in the US
Heather Sonn, chair of Steinhoff’s supervisory board, and CEO Louis du Preez will brief parliament on Tuesday
Grand Parade Investments acting CEO Mohsin Tajbhai talks to Business Day TV about the company’s interim results
Group expects the fast-food chain to make a profit in 2020 financial year
PwC investigation finds the retailer did not benefit from any of the dubious transactions investigated
‘I would expect Steinhoff to give me back my money, and I will give them back their worthless shares,’ Wiese said after Friday’s report
The report shows that about €6.5bn worth of fictitious transactions between 2009 and 2017 inflated the group’s profits and asset value
The company says the past year has been challenging, especially its food businesses, which have been affected by tough economic conditions
The PwC report's €6.5bn worth of fictitious transactions is significantly below the €12.4bn tagged by management in 2018, says analyst
The 14-month forensic probe conducted by PwC didn’t identify any culprits by name
H&M, whose main rival is market leader Inditex, says net sales excluding VAT were up 10% versus expectations of an 8% rise
Steinhoff International Holdings former non-executive director Johan Van Zyl says forensic report by PwC focuses on the wrongdoing of a ‘few individuals’
Libstar Holdings CFO Robin Smith talks to Business Day TV about the company’s full-year results
Consumer goods manufacturer and distributor Libstar, which produces products like Laughing Cow, Lancewood dairy products, and Denny Mushrooms, says it adjusted ...
The company says the retail sector is under pressure due to economic uncertainty and lower levels of consumer spending
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