Semiconductor firms provide a timely boost with South Korea’s Samsung posting its best second-quarter profit in four years
After return from the pandemic, rules seem to have been thrown by the wayside
Eskom has urged South Africans to continue using electricity sparingly.
ANC national chair Gwede Mantashe and President Cyril Ramaphosa have previously defended cadre deployment
It adds to Europe’s travel chaos and worsens the financial crisis at the Swedish-Danish airline, which estimated it will ground half its flights
Due to the declines economy is unlikely to grow more than 2%, with it probably contracting in the second quarter
Business Day TV talks to CEO of the Small Business Institute, John Dludlu
An agreement would ease the isolation of the Islamist militants and hand Abu Dhabi a victory in its diplomatic tussle with Qatar for influence in Afghanistan, sources say
Ugly as sin or a beauty to behold? These four new car designs stick to the right
In these days of changing ways, is buying a car on credit and paying for insurance, maintenance and vehicle tracking still a have-to-do thing? Not to mention the years of credit commitment in these uncertain times for income.
Figures released last week by the vehicle manufacturers’ body, Naamsa, show a sudden slowdown in local new-vehicle sales and a sharp decline in exports. Perhaps this is the right time for carmakers and financiers to reinvent vehicle ownership schemes...
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