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BAT SA is committed to fighting illegal cigarette trade and to helping SA reach its goal of economic growth and job creation, writes Soraya Zoueihid.
Five employees of Rio Tinto’s Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) mine, alleged to have been involved in fuelling community protests over jobs and contracts, have been dismissed following an investigation by the mining giant.
The fight for the soul of Xolobeni could go to the highest court in the land, according to the opponents of proposed titanium mining activities near Mbizana on the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), which largely funds municipal infrastructure, is on the fence about the New Development Bank planned by the Brics group of countries.
Sasfin was “very concerned” about state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and had turned some of them down for banking and financial services, Sasfin Group CEO Roland Sassoon said this week.
European stocks have slid in opening trade, as investors paused following a global rally after US and Japanese central banks kept their easy-money policies in place.
A Chinese security team has hacked a Tesla Model S and revealed several vulnerabilities in the luxury electric car, US media reported.
French "rogue trader" Jerome Kerviel will soon learn whether he must repay Societe Generale the €4.9bn that he lost in a series of disastrous trades.