• Power to Gordhan

    SONA 2016 has set it all up for Pravin Gordhan, it shows just how powerful he may be, says Daniel Silke.

  • Inside Labour

    The history of Valentine Day cards gives a glimpse of how technology resulted in job cuts, says Terry Bell.

  • Courage to do right

    A number of factors will impede Zuma’s opportunity to have a ‘Lula moment’, says Prof Dirk Kotze.

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Oil bosses upbeat on market rebound

Feb 14 2016 17:23

Movers and shakers from the oil industry have expressed optimism over a sharp rebound in the beleaguered crude market later this year.

Budget 2016

Budget's impact on consumer, business reaction

Feb 14 2016 16:40

The National Budget speech will have a big impact on how consumers and businesses react to the country’s economy, says Duane Littler of PPS Investments.


ArcelorMittal SA seeks producer for new plant

Feb 14 2016 15:30

ArcelorMittal SA is looking for an independent power producer to build a gas-fired power station at its Saldanha steel works to help ensure its survival.


Gupta company: No help from minister with mining deal

Feb 14 2016 14:24

Any person or company should be free to compete fairly for any business, says the Gupta family company in reaction to allegations of ministerial help in a deal.


Italtile results show consistency

Feb 14 2016 16:57

The trading environment in the six months remained consistent with recent years, featuring moderate demand in the renovation and commercial projects markets.


Intelligent robots threaten millions of jobs

Feb 14 2016 13:00

Advances in artificial intelligence will soon lead to robots threatening tens of millions of jobs in the coming 30 years, warn experts.

Travel & Leisure

Subdued casino trading impacts Sun International

Feb 14 2016 12:16

Sun International is currently finalising its results for the six months ended December 31 2015, which are expected to be released before the end of February.


Changes coming to unsustainable use of Cape Town's roads

Feb 14 2016 11:00

The City of Cape Town would like public comment on a plan to address the cost associated with the current unsustainable use of the city’s road infrastructure.


In other news

India's capital to resume car ban in April

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New Delhi will restart driving restrictions that will take around a million cars off the roads, to combat air quality in the world's most polluted capital.

Six challenges facing the franchising sector

Feb 14 2016 17:07

Franchising is one of the sectors that has shown resilience and continues to grow in this tough economic environment.

Investec innovation rewarded in Europe

Feb 14 2016 16:21

Investec Bank’s Structured Products division has scooped the Best Distributor in Africa award at the 2016 Europe Structured Products & Derivatives conference.

US economy, banks resilient to shocks - Fed official

Feb 14 2016 15:30

A top Federal Reserve official says the US economy and its banking system are strong enough to weather large shocks, amid worries of risks from global market turbulence.

Oil prices soar on possible UAE output talks

Feb 14 2016 14:30

Oil prices have soared with US crude rebounding from a 2003 low, on reports that OPEC was willing to organise output cuts that could ease the global oversupply.

Dollar jumps vs yen after solid US retail sales

Feb 14 2016 13:30

The dollar has rebounded against the yen as solid US retail sales data and rising oil prices have lifted sentiment on global markets after a punishing week.

Fresh protests in Athens over pension reforms

Feb 14 2016 12:30

Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Athens on Saturday in solidarity with farmers who have blocked roads in recent weeks in protest over a pensions overhaul.

'Coworking' grows amid search for new office lifestyle

Feb 14 2016 11:22

When Lance Macon started his real estate consulting firm, he did not want a traditional office. But he wasn't going to work out of his home or a coffee shop either.

Analysis & Opinion


Inside Labour: A Valentine's Day lesson for labour

The history of Valentine Day cards provides a glimpse of how technology...


SONA 2016 defers power to Gordhan

SONA 2016 has set it all up for Pravin Gordhan – and now shows just how...


Does President Zuma have the courage to do the right thing?

A number of factors will impede Zuma’s opportunity to have a ‘Lula moment’...

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WinnersPriceChange% Change
AGL Anglo American PlcR82.47R10.6714.86%
ASR Assore LimitedR106.00R12.9013.86%
KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR49.62R5.7713.16%
AMS Anglo American Plat Limit...R315.06R30.9710.90%
EXX Exxaro Resources LimitedR68.24R6.2410.06%
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LosersPriceChange% Change
CRP Capital & Regional PlcR14.50R-0.60-3.97%
KST Psg Konsult LimitedR6.50R-0.21-3.13%
HCI Hosken Consolidated Inves...R99.55R-2.45-2.40%
CCO Capital & Counties Proper...R77.75R-1.32-1.67%
NPK Nampak LimitedR17.93R-0.21-1.16%
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