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The Government Employees' Pension Fund is to acquire a 25% stake, worth about R500m, in Independent News and Media SA, according to a report.
South Africa needs to increase its use of rail freight to boost economic growth and preserve the country's roads, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe says.
Tighter state control over the sale of minerals will not only hit Amplats and Implats, but also scare foreign investors, says Zimbabwe's mining chamber.
Eskom says South Africa's power system is still under pressure as it continues with its planned maintenance programme.
Labour strife is making South Africa vulnerable with the rand plunging and commodity prices retreating, an expert warns.
The Chamber of Mines says it is gearing up for negotiations with mine unions to discuss wage demands for workers in the gold and coal mining sectors.
With the rivalry of the unions in the Rustenburg area and in the mining industry, we have a principle in that matter, says ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe.
African Bank says a significant increase in unsecured lending in the market introduced unacceptable risk among its customer base.
REVAMPED: Advertising participants flash signs during an announcement that Yahoo acquired the Tumblr blogging site in order to upgrade its Flickr site, in New York. (AFP)
Apple will state the case for comprehensive corporate tax reform on foreign earnings independent of company revenue when it goes before a Senate panel.
The dollar inched higher versus a basket of currencies but stayed below a three-year high, as investors ponder if Bernanke might reveal the timing of any wind-down.
Financial services firm Alexander Forbes says it is considering possible deals to sell off stakes in its short-term and life insurance unit, Guardrisk.
Reinvigorated technology player Yahoo unveiled a dusted-off design of its Flickr photo platform only hours after the company's acquisition of blogging site Tumblr.
Oil was up in Asian tradeahead of a testimony in Congress by Federal Reserve chief Ben Bernanke on the US economy.
US stocks ended little changed, with indexes hovering near record levels as concerns about a correction cut earlier gains.
Golden Arrow Bus Services is turning to the Supreme Court of Appeal to challenge a high court ruling relating to the MyCiti bus service expansion in Cape Town.
Thousands of striking workers are expected to return to work following a call by the National Union of Metalworkers of SA for workers to halt protest action.
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Eskom and the SABC will now give daily real time information on the power system.
Opposing National Health Insurance is futile, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says.
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Looking for a job? Learn German my young friend, says blogger Bertie du Plessis.
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China's human H7N9 bird flu outbreak has cost the country's poultry industry more than $65bn as consumers shun chicken, government officials say.
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An ex-entrepreneur has lost against government inefficiency, worker apathy and lack of accountability.
The South African stock market has taken a beating as all the main indices on JSE closed in the red.
A global initiative to give youngsters a chance to be coached at Chelsea FC shows how a sponsorship can go beyond return on investment, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
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