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Brown welcomes probe as more Gupta links emerge


BlackBerry's latest with full keypad hits SA next week

Jul 26 2017 10:25

In an age when most smartphones are in slate form, Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry is set to launch a device in South Africa with full physical QWERTY keyboard.


How to close a mine and save money

Jul 26 2017 09:29

South Africa's 6 000 abandoned mines are prime examples of how not to close a mine. But new legislation in the pipeline presents light at the end of the tunnel.


Iron Ore CEO who predicted crash, sees further slump

Jul 26 2017 08:00

Kumba Iron Ore's Themba Mkhwanazi correctly predicted in February that his company’s commodity would plunge by 40%. After a recent recovery, he has predicted it will fall again.

Financial Services

Cooperative bank for healthcare sector launched

Jul 26 2017 11:35

The health economy received a boost with the launch of MediCoop CFI, a cooperative bank which is exclusive to the healthcare sector.


Govt rakes in R7.9m from Durban man flying to Dubai

Jul 26 2017 06:02

The SA Revenue Service has seized R54m in currency since June last year, with the state's coffers getting a cash injection of R7.9m from a single passenger travelling to Dubai.


Analysis & Opinion


SA an uncontrolled train fast heading south

Our future remains imperfect for as long as we’re led by people whose...


Mandela’s Last Years - pulp(ing) facts

The withdrawal and probably pulping, at considerable cost, of thousands...


SA's mafia is betraying the struggle and the people

SA is losing good people – not just to emigration, but also to the morass...


Nuclear turned South Korea into an Asian tiger - scientist

Nuclear electricity is the key ingredient behind South Korea's rags to...


Bell Pottinger personifies the smiling face of corporate evil

When the bottom line is king, ethical considerations often fly out the...

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Nigeria holds key rate at 14% as it seeks currency stability

Jul 26 2017 11:00

Nigeria’s central bank has left its main lending rate unchanged for a sixth consecutive meeting as it seeks to hold on to gains it’s made in inflation.

Commodity rally boosts raw-material, energy stocks

Jul 26 2017 10:20

A broad-based rally in commodities from oil to copper has underpinned gains in producers of raw materials, while the dollar rose and bonds fell.

Hennessy sees Kenya as growth frontier as cognac sales start

Jul 26 2017 09:45

Hennessy, the world’s largest maker of cognac, has started distributing its products in Kenya to tap Africa’s second-largest luxury-goods market.

Copper jumps to 2-year high as China's said to cut waste imports

Jul 26 2017 09:11

Copper has surged to the highest level in more than two years, lifting shares of producers, driven by expectations that demand in China will fuel a global shortage.

Oil's Surge Masks Risk of Brent Slumping to $40 After Summer

Jul 26 2017 07:59

Brent crude could potentially drop to $40 a barrel or below in the first quarter of 2018 without deeper output curbs by Opec, according to an oil analyst at industry consultant.

Commodity rally boosts Asian raw-material stocks

Jul 26 2017 07:50

A broad-based rally in commodities from oil to copper underpinned gains in producers of raw materials in Asia, while bonds fell as the Fed prepares to conclude its policy meeting.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
S32 South32 LimitedR29.95R0.903.10%
AMS Anglo American Platinum L...R317.85R6.792.18%
ANH Anheuser-busch Inbev Sa/n...R1512.14R25.641.72%
BTI British American Tobacco ...R914.82R15.321.70%
SAP Sappi LimitedR90.46R1.461.64%
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
AFE A E C I LimitedR103.62R-3.86-3.59%
NPK Nampak LimitedR18.65R-0.63-3.27%
KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR196.51R-6.49-3.20%
ASR Assore LimitedR207.21R-5.39-2.54%
BAT Brait SeR62.71R-1.29-2.02%
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Resources rally pulls JSE higher

Jul 25 2017 18:21

Resources emerged as the shining light on the JSE, keeping the overall index in the green. Commodity prices were broadly higher, combined with the weaker rand, which slipped 0.68% to R13.03 at the close of the market.

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