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What SARB rates decision means for property industry

May 26 2017 08:36

The holding of the repo rate at 7% by SARB brings relief to the real estate industry, and allows potential buyers and current bond holders to plan with more certainty.


DStv explains why commission fined it millions for price fixing

May 26 2017 08:23

MultiChoice says the Competition Commission’s price fixing fine against DStv Media Sales concerned a “long-standing practice” that no longer occurs.

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Inside Labour: GM withdrawal: a wake-up call for all

May 26 2017 05:00

GM's pull-out from SA highlights the dilemma faced by more and more global firms: that of remaining profitable in a world of surplus capacity and production, says Terry Bell.


Now Zwane wants 30% minimum black mine ownership - sources

May 26 2017 07:56

Mines minister Mosebenzi Zwane has proposed raising the mandatory black ownership of mining assets to 30% from 26%, drawing opposition from some ruling party officials.


Patel: Govt wants workers to become shareholders

May 26 2017 06:00

Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel announced that government will look to create opportunities for workers to participate as shareholders in companies.


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Pound falls as poll shows conservative lead narrows

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The pound has dropped after a poll showed the Conservative party’s lead narrowed.

Asian energy firms sink as Opec output deal disappoints

May 26 2017 07:43

Energy firms have taken a hit after crude prices plunged almost five percent the previous day as traders were left disappointed by Opec's latest output cuts.

Oil slump hits Asian energy stocks, pound slides

May 26 2017 07:38

A slump in crude has weighed on energy shares as most Asian equity markets headed for a lower finish to the week.

Shell proposes gas to liquid for Africa's energy engineering challenges

May 25 2017 21:04

The latest gas to liquid technology for the manufacturing of hydro-carbons can go a long way to benefit Africa's engineering challenges in the energy sector, says an expert at Shell.

E-commerce trends taking off in SA

May 25 2017 20:40

Kevin Tucker, founder of PriceCheck, maintains that the growing local e-commerce industry presents a solution for sector growth.

Maersk to continue Africa focus

May 25 2017 20:21

While the road ahead may still present significant challenges, some of Africa’s most long-standing internal trade barriers are beginning to show signs of falling.

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AFE A E C I LimitedR106.93R0.000.00%
AGL Anglo American PlcR177.29R0.000.00%
AMS Anglo American Platinum L...R295.14R0.000.00%
ANG Anglogold Ashanti LimitedR147.83R0.000.00%
ANH Anheuser-busch Inbev Sa/n...R1524.08R0.000.00%
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WHL Woolworths Holdings Limit...R68.01R0.000.00%
VOD Vodacom Group LimitedR163.60R0.000.00%
VKE Vukile Property Fund Limi...R19.27R0.000.00%
TSH Tsogo Sun Holdings Limite...R24.50R0.000.00%
TRU Truworths International L...R76.28R0.000.00%
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Vodacom goes on Safari

May 25 2017 11:20

The mobile communications company plans to buy a significant stake in Kenyan mobile player Safaricom, which will make East Africa a much stronger hub for Vodacom.

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