• Dangerous games

    Employers' body Neasa is playing a potentially dangerous game, says Terry Bell.

  • Rational thinking

    All players should first consider the net result of their actions, says Leopold Scholtz.

  • Telkom's property poser

    BEE may be hindering Telkom's plans to offload redundant real estate, says Gugu Lourie.

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Industrial

Economy, labour ills a strain on ArcelorMittal

Aug 01 2014 09:23

ArcelorMittal's first-half loss has narrowed compared to last year, but weak economic growth and labour disputes are expected to keep earnings under strain.

Economy

Sanral Winelands secrecy bid worries NGOs

Aug 01 2014 08:56

Two non-governmental organisations have raised concerns about Sanral's application for certain court documents and court hearings to be kept secret.

Currencies

Rand weakens for fifth straight day vs dollar

Aug 01 2014 09:31

The rand has weakened against the dollar for a fifth consecutive day, as the currency struggled to shake off fundamental economic weakness.

Economy

No politics in R80bn Transnet pensioner suit

Aug 01 2014 07:35

The R80bn class action suit of Transnet pensioners is devoid of political affiliation or involvement, say the pensioners' attorneys.

Property

Land bills may 'threaten investor confidence'

Aug 01 2014 07:26

A property body wants to discuss proposed bills with the department of land reform and says restrictions on foreign property buyers could affect investor confidence.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: The uneven scales of justice

Aug 01 2014 07:46

Workers can only hope that justice and public interest will trump the narrow interests of the legal profession, says Terry Bell.

Economy

Sanral tolls policy 'as transparent as a brick'

Aug 01 2014 05:00

Sanral does not want the public to know just how profitable toll roads can be and how the "user pays" principle is abused, claims a business chamber.

Economy

Sassa reviews proof of life system

Jul 31 2014 22:00

Sassa has announced that it has paid attention to complaints from social grant beneficiaries and will review the proof of life system.

 

In other news

Google says 'forgetting' isn't easy, as requests mount

14 minutes ago

Google has told European officials that forgetting isn't easy, especially when details are few and guidelines are murky regarding when personal privacy trumps public interest.

Argentine markets fall post-default

39 minutes ago

Argentina's bond and stock markets and peso currency have dropped after Latin America's No 3 economy defaulted for the second time in 12 years.

Global markets: Asia pressured by Wall St

Aug 01 2014 07:45

Asian shares have pared losses as data showing a surprisingly strong pick-up in Chinese manufacturing helped take some of the sting out of a Wall Street slump.

US stocks tumble 2% in broad sell-off

Aug 01 2014 07:42

US stocks have plummeted in a broad sell-off attributed to factors which include weak eurozone data, the Argentine debt default and US corporate earnings.

Oil prices fall further in Asia

Aug 01 2014 07:40

Oil prices have slipped further in Asia following a sell-off on Wall Street and concerns about unplanned refinery shutdowns in the US midwest.

Fujitsu back in the black

Jul 31 2014 20:00

Fujitsu says it has swung back to profitability with the company's results driven by upbeat demand for personal computers and mobile products.

Rand weaker against dollar

Jul 31 2014 17:56

The rand has fallen by over half a percent against the dollar, failing to gain momentum from a surprise narrowing of the trade deficit.

British housing market stagnates

Jul 31 2014 19:00

British consumer morale has dipped for the first time in six months and house prices have stagnated, reports say.

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