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SA can learn from UK debt collections industry

May 24 2015 16:05

South Africa can learn a lot about the debt collection industry in the UK, according to Blake Group’s global head of sales Tracey Swart.

Economy

Investor cash is streaming into SA

May 24 2015 16:09

Doomsayers who preach that the lack of coherent economic policy is driving investors away must brush up on official data, writes Rob Davies

Economy

Trust deficit is tearing SA apart

May 24 2015 15:11

All of South Africa’s problems – low growth, high unemployment, energy instability and poor leadership – can be fixed if business, labour and government find a way to work together, says Ralph Mupita, the CEO of Old Mutual Emerging Markets. “We mu...

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How Cyril Ramaphosa cracked e-tolls

May 24 2015 12:32

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa brokered a last-minute deal that ensured Gauteng motorists will pay much less for e-tolls than was originally proposed.

Industrial

Gloomy mining chiefs see copper-tinted light at end of tunnel

May 24 2015 12:19

The world’s biggest mining companies haven’t agreed on much lately as they argue about how to deal with a glut of iron ore and coal.

Tech

MTN warns over Nigeria fuel crisis

May 24 2015 10:45

Nigeria's biggest mobile phone operator MTN has warned that its network faces shutdown due to fuel shortages that have crippled the nation.

Tech

WATCH: Drone's eye view of Tesla's massive battery factory

May 24 2015 13:11

Tesla is building what will be the world's largest battery factory. New drone footage taken in the desert of Nevada shows how far construction has moved along.

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SA debt measures backfire

May 24 2015 09:45

Almost 80c in every rand is used to pay debt, despite measures in the last two decades to curb levels of household indebtedness.

 

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Greek PM on final stretch towards deal with lenders

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PM says Greece was on the final stretch of negotiations with its international lenders on a cash-for-reforms deal that would not involve further pension cuts and harsh austerity.

US stocks ignore valuation worries

May 23 2015 11:57

Wall Street stocks moved mostly higher this week despite mixed earnings from big retailers and caution about swelling equity valuations.

Europe stocks close mixed

May 22 2015 18:23

Europe's main stock markets are mixed at the close, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index up 0.26% at 7 031.72 points.

Thousands flock to giant new mall

May 22 2015 17:15

Eager shoppers are flocking through the doors of South Africa’s newest regional mall, the R1.7bn Baywest Mall in Port Elizabeth.

US stocks mostly down, S&P 500 retreats

May 22 2015 16:12

Wall Street stocks have opened mostly lower ahead of a long holiday weekend as traders awaited a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on the US economic outlook.

Skywise increases fleet

May 22 2015 16:07

Skywise Airlines has increased its fleet, which has enabled it to have four supplementary flights..

Tsogo Sun may list property unit separately

May 22 2015 15:00

Gaming and hotel group Tsogo Sun is considering listing its property portfolio worth R30bn separately as a Real Estate Investment Trust.

Global banks await huge currency rigging fines

May 22 2015 14:30

US regulators have fined Swiss bank UBS $342m for manipulation of foreign exchange markets, as other global lenders prepared for even larger penalties.

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