The supply restraint by Opec and Russia props up crude, as does US oil production stalling due to icy weather
Whitey Basson is ‘sorry for the millions of people’ who have had their investments compromised by Steinhoff’s share collapse, and which MP is said to have stolen two calves?
A number of unions are targeting Wits, Unisa and the Durban University of Technology in a bid to get an 8% increase
Jan Friederich, the head of Middle East and Africa sovereign ratings at Fitch, talks to Business Day TV about what lies ahead for SA
It also expects an additional $3bn of Gulf-related costs this year, bringing the total disaster-linked costs to about $65bn
Growth accelerated to 6.5% in November from 5.2% in October, with the biggest positive contributors being platinum group metals, iron ore and coal
The diamond is the size of two golf balls, and is expected to fetch up to $50m; Laurence Graff’s Graff Diamonds is Gem Diamonds’ biggest shareholder
The East China Sea is a large fishing area, and species such as mackerel could be affected by a spill, Greenpeace said last week
De Villiers and Elgar steady the ship to give SA a lead of 118 after India’s captain makes merry
Market Theatre Laboratory students deliver a production celebrating the life of Chris Hani
Premier Fishing and Brands is controlled by BEE group African Equity Empowerment Investments and listed on the JSE in March
Engine maker settles investigation into bribery and ends year on a high
There is a chicken sector crisis, says minister, and we have plans to manage it
Company says the acquisitions of two Mercedes-Benz dealerships and a majority stake in salvage management and disposal contributed to its performance
The Obama administration raises concerns over edge European manufacturers stand to gain over US competitors from the EU-Sadc deal
The aim of the black industrialists programme is to set up 100 black industrialists over the medium term: 30 this year, 30 next year and 40 in the third year
The Manufacturing Circle says more needs to be done to balance job creation, competitiveness and transformation in the sector
Agricultural department misses court deadline to decide if poultry producers can sell current stocks of brined chicken before new rules capping brine limits ...
Net cash flow from operating activities is likely to be between R100m and R110m higher than that reported for the previous year
The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications is intensifying its surveillance to ensure imported products meet SA standards
Mike Vincent, Africa Industrial Products and Services sector leader at Deloitte talks about why Brics countries are falling behind in manufacturing ...
Components suppliers want a handle on changes in future automotive policy, and Department of Trade and Industry official Renai Moothilal's may be the solution
South African Poultry Association reports less than half the volume expected from the US under a hard-fought trade pact has arrived
Rob Davies gives Zimbabwe three-week grace period to reopen its doors to South African exporters
SA imports more than 5-billion litres of refined petroleum products a year
Zimbabwe has issued a list of banned South African imports and is imposing additional tax duties on South African exporters to ‘protect local industry’
Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha gives no indication of when he will meet his South African counterpart to discuss the recent import restrictions
The continent’s most-industrialised economy plans to build fuel terminals as demand for storage in Africa grows
Precious Moloi-Motsepe, African Fashion International founder and executive chair, on whether the weak rand is a help or a hindrance to the SA textile industry ...
Precious Moloi-Motsepe, founder of African Fashion International, says a weak rand enables designers and manufacturers to export goods and improve income
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