• Open for business?

    SA needs to go clean up its act to deliver on its brand promise and invitation, says Solly Moeng.

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    Through persuasion, good leaders can become the best leaders, says Ian Mann.

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    Climate-related consequences are raising food prices, joblessness, crime, and instability.

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Mining Indaba is more relevant in bust than in boom - MD

Feb 10 2016 10:31

Amid a decrease in delegates attending the event, the dialogue between key leaders meant this year’s event carried greater weight than other years.


MTN ordered to take down its music

Feb 10 2016 09:23

Fed-up songwriters have issued mobile network MTN a ‘take-down’ notice to remove music from its stores as of today.


Zuma errors push SA to fix policy, says Standard Bank

Feb 10 2016 09:31

Banks says President Jacob Zuma’s policy missteps may be the catalyst that pushes the government to implement reforms needed to avert a credit rating downgrade to junk.


Sanral using private debt collectors for e-toll fees - Outa

Feb 10 2016 07:54

The use of an SMS that directs Gauteng e-toll users to pay outstanding fees is illegal, says the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa).


Leaders react to Zuma's efforts to woo CEOs

Feb 10 2016 07:11

President Jacob Zuma has sought to repair relations with business leaders, pledging to work closely with companies that he described as the “backbone” of the economy.


Investment certainty with Ecsponent Limited

Feb 09 2016 15:41

ADVERTORIAL: Ecsponent Limited has established a reputation over recent years for its forward-thinking approach to organic and acquisitive growth strategy in Africa.


Certain provinces struggling to cope with rocketing food costs

Feb 10 2016 06:54

The rand’s diminished buying power together with a prolonged drought has left certain provinces struggling to keep up with rocketing food costs.


Rand claws back some lost ground

Feb 10 2016 09:25

The rand has recovered, with the dollar weakening as the global panic weighing on markets at the start of the week eased slightly.


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Dollar bulls await Yellen, Citigroup sees pessimism

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The dollar, the darling of currency investors last year, has been caught up in the turmoil sweeping across financial markets.

Maersk profit plunges as oil, container divisions lag

Feb 10 2016 09:34

P Moeller-Maersk has reported an 84% plunge in 2015 profit after its oil unit was hit by lower energy prices and its container division suffering.

Yen surges as global market rout extends

Feb 10 2016 09:05

The Japanese yen has extended gains against the dollar and the euro as nervous investors fled to safe investments with equity markets plunging.

US stocks fall as global rout spreads, Dow -0.8%

Feb 10 2016 07:32

Wall Street stocks have opened lower following deep declines in equity markets in Japan and Europe and another drop in oil prices.

Nasdaq positive as US stocks try to rally

Feb 10 2016 07:26

The tech-rich Nasdaq has poked into positive territory as US stocks sought to overcome a negative tide that started with a dive in Japanese stocks.

Oil slumps on IEA gloom

Feb 10 2016 07:21

Oil has resumed heavy falls, erasing earlier gains in highly volatile trade, after the International Energy Agency issued a gloomy market outlook.

Nigeria’s Dangote Cement gains after plans to expand

Feb 09 2016 20:00

Nigeria's Dangote Cement share has risen sharply after the firm, majority owned by billionaire Aliko Dangote, announced plans to expand.

British Airways enters Ryanair’s territory with Stansted flights

Feb 09 2016 14:18

British Airways will start offering holiday flights from London Stansted airport, a fourth base in serving the UK capital, putting it in direct competition with Ryanair.

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WinnersPriceChange% Change
NPN Naspers LimitedR1799.50R66.013.81%
PWK Pick N Pay Holdings Limit...R23.40R0.632.77%
BGA Barclays Africa Group Lim...R142.86R3.232.31%
RMI Rand Merchant Investment ...R37.99R0.782.10%
PFG Pioneer Food Group Limite...R133.00R2.722.09%
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LosersPriceChange% Change
SGL Sibanye Gold LimitedR42.96R-2.59-5.69%
HAR Harmony Gold Mining Compa...R38.85R-1.95-4.78%
IMP Impala Platinum Holdings ...R34.05R-1.24-3.51%
RCL Rcl Foods LimitedR11.50R-0.39-3.28%
VKE Vukile Property Fund Limi...R14.76R-0.44-2.89%
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