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Industrial

Chevron to spend R400m, boost Cape Town jobs

Feb 01 2015 21:41

Chevron says it will be spending over R400m on “maintenance and safety inspection” at its refinery in Cape Town in a process that will generate 3 000 extra jobs.

Economy

Eskom lifts veil on doom at cabinet briefing

Feb 01 2015 19:57

Eskom has warned that the country is in danger of facing a potentially catastrophic nationwide blackout.

Economy

Eskom warns of glitch at Koeberg

Feb 01 2015 19:01

Eskom has warned that the power system may be vulnerable overnight after Unit 1 of the Koeberg power station went unexpectedly out of service.

Economy

SA's R300bn booze burden

Feb 01 2015 17:07

South Africa’s drinking problem is killing the nation and has an adverse effect on the economy, research shows.

Economy

Patrice Motsepe, Oprah on top 10 richlist

Feb 01 2015 14:12

Mining magnate Patrice Motsepe, SA's first black billionaire, is among the top ten richest black people in the world for 2015.

Economy

Spat threatens water supply to Medupi

Feb 01 2015 15:41

An alleged row within the department of water and sanitation is reportedly threatening water supply to Eskom’s already delayed Medupi Power Station.

Economy

Possible solution for German toll standoff

Feb 01 2015 12:13

A European-wide road toll could be a solution to a dispute between the EU and Germany over its plans to introduce a tolling system, says the bloc's transport chief.

Industrial

Cheap oil: Chevron slashes investments

Feb 01 2015 10:57

Chevron has slashed $5bn from its investment budget and shut down its share buyback programme as the crude price plunge rocked industry powerhouses.

 

In other news

Germans want Greece in eurozone - poll

Feb 01 2015 15:57

The majority of Germans want Greece to stay in the eurozone, but they do not approve of any debt write-off for the economically troubled country, a poll shows.

Namibia: Increased mining, lower inflation

Jan 30 2015 20:30

Namibia will see a 5.7% economic growth this year, low inflation and higher mining output coupled with foreign investment, a local investment group says.

Opec oil output rises as members stand firm

Jan 30 2015 20:00

Opec's oil supply has risen this month due to more Angolan exports and steady to higher output in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf producers.

Russian central bank cuts rates

Jan 30 2015 19:30

Russia's central bank has unexpectedly cut its main interest rate as fears of recession mount in the country following the fall in global oil prices.

Opec oil output rises in January - Survey

Jan 30 2015 19:00

Opec's oil supply has risen this month due to more Angolan exports and steady to higher output in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf producers.

7yr delay on pesticide reduction goal - France

Jan 30 2015 18:30

France, the European Union's biggest agricultural producer, has delayed a target to halve pesticide use to 2025 from 2018 after plans to curb their deployment failed.

Gold firms up for biggest weekly fall

Jan 30 2015 17:30

Gold is on course for its biggest weekly fall in two months despite edging higher, a day after a 2% slide on expectations for a US interest rate rise.

India sells 10% stake in biggest coal producer

Jan 30 2015 18:00

The Indian government has sold a 10% stake in state-run Coal India in the biggest offering ever on the domestic equity market.

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Credit growth slowest since 2010 - Absa

Jan 31 2015 07:00

Growth in the total value of outstanding credit balances in the household sector has slowed to 3.4% year-on-year at the end of December last year, the lowest level since early 2010.

Investments

Topping up your Retirement Annuity: Good or bad idea?

Jan 28 2015 14:36

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