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Focus on SOE crises, not individuals, ANC tells govt

Jul 27 2015 21:05

The ANC wants the government to focus on the apparent crises within its state-owned companies, secretary general Gwede Mantashe says.


City of CT warns against illegal house sales

Jul 27 2015 20:30

The City of Cape Town urges potential buyers of State-subsidised houses to make sure that the house they are buying can be sold legally.


SARS makes U-turn on business tax location rules

Jul 27 2015 08:18

A new draft interpretation note sees SARS moving closer to international laws on exactly where companies have to pay tax.


Sharp drop in liquidations, fewer insolvencies

Jul 27 2015 19:40

During the first six months of 2015, the number of liquidations have reflected a year-on-year decrease, says Stats SA.

Financial Services

Philosopher: Want to save lives? become a banker

Jul 27 2015 19:30

According to one of the world's most famous living philosophers, becoming a hot shot in finance may be the best way for a bright graduate to help the global poor.

Investment Holdings

Curro defends intentions with Advtech bid

Jul 27 2015 18:30

Curro Holdings will not change the names or ethos of Advtech schools and Curro’s vision for Advtech is clear, says Curro CEO Dr Chris van der Merwe.


NUM lowers wage demand by 9.5%

Jul 27 2015 17:30

The National Union of Mineworkers has reduced its pay demands for underground employees and is willing to negotiate further with gold producers.

International Markets

China to keep buying stocks amid market panic

Jul 27 2015 18:54

China will unleash more funds to stabilise its sharemarket, state media reports, after Shanghai stocks saw their biggest daily fall for more than eight years.


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China equity rout hurts world stocks, commodities

Jul 27 2015 19:09

The biggest rout in Chinese shares in eight years have stoked concerns over the worldwide impact of slowing growth in the world's no. 2 economy.

European stock markets sink

Jul 27 2015 18:30

European equities have dropped reacting to the biggest one-day plunge since 2007 on China's stock market, with London's FTSE 100 index dropping 1.13% to close at 6 505.13 points.

Future of retail in spotlight at congress

Jul 27 2015 17:11

The annual SACSC congress will see shopping centres and retailers shine a light on the opportunities and challenges of the current market.

European stock markets slump on China plunge

Jul 27 2015 16:15

European stock markets have sunk as investors reacted to the biggest one-day plunge in Chinese equities in more than eight years.

US equities fall on Chinese sell-off

Jul 27 2015 16:03

Wall Street stocks have opened sharply lower following a plunge in Chinese equity markets.

New Greek bailout talks start

Jul 27 2015 15:03

Talks between Greece and its international creditors on a third bailout have begun in Athens but the lenders want to see more reforms turned into law.

China shares tumble in largest drop since 2007

Jul 27 2015 14:33

Chinese shares have tumbled more than 8% as an unprecedented government rescue plan to prop up valuations abruptly ran out of steam.

Oil prices drop on Chinese, US data

Jul 27 2015 14:19

World oil prices have slided, hurt by poorly-received economic data from China, the world's top energy consuming nation, traders say.

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A triumph of SA’s empowerment spirit

Jul 27 2015 13:40

Launching new premises has given a top black-owned company the opportunity to send a “proud statement about the existence of black excellence in South Africa”.


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