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    Revisiting your business model is a useful way to revive your business, says Ian Mann.

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    Athens' relations with the EU was an accident waiting to happen, says Leopold Scholtz.

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Gold Fields to spend up to $500m on mines

Mar 04 2015 06:00

Bullion producer Gold Fields can afford to spend $300 to $500m on an acquisition but is only interested in working mines, says chief executive Nick Holland.


Aurora dismissal a 'victory' - union

Mar 04 2015 05:00

The dismissal of an application by Khulubuse Zuma to have claims of over R1.5bn against Aurora Empowerment Systems set aside is a victory for workers, trade union Solidarity says.


Judgment reserved in Shuttleworth case

Mar 03 2015 21:15

The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment in the SA Reserve Bank application for leave to appeal a Supreme Court of Appeal judgment in favour of billionaire Mark Shuttleworth.


Africa project to tap ocean potential, SA's Phakisa takes off

Mar 03 2015 20:00

A new pan-African project has been launched to strengthen the continent’s potential for increased trade in fish, as South Africa's operation Phakisa takes off.


Samwu not boycotting Cosatu

Mar 03 2015 20:00

Samwu says it is not one of the unions boycotting the Congress of SA Trade Unions' (Cosatu) central executive committee meeting.


Time to build trust in insurance industry

Mar 03 2015 18:58

The biggest hurdle facing the insurance industry is that consumers don’t trust financial advisers, says a life insurance expert, who has a vision for a client centric future.


Patel: Youth jobs created, but not fast enough

Mar 03 2015 19:00

Although 400 000 jobs have been created for youths, newcomers to the market outrun the pace of job creation, says Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel.


Sarb responsible for Shuttleworth payment - minister

Mar 03 2015 18:00

The Sarb was responsible for repaying the exit levy imposed on billionaire Mark Shuttleworth when he took his capital out of SA, the Constitutional Court has heard.


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Shuttleworth charge was not a tax, court hears

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The exchange control charge imposed on Mark Shuttleworth formed part of a regulatory environment and was not a tax, the Constitutional Court has heard.

European stocks close lower

Mar 03 2015 19:17

Europe's main stock markets have finished the day lower with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index sliding 0.74% to 6 889.13 points.

Germans working most hours since 1992

Mar 03 2015 18:39

German workers last year clocked up the most hours at work since 1992, according to a report by the German Institute for Research into the Labour Market and Careers.

Fuel shortages hit Nigeria

Mar 03 2015 18:06

Nigeria's main cities are facing acute gasoline shortages as importers feel the pinch of a plummeting currency, tighter credit lines and unpaid government subsidies.

US stocks retreat, Best Buy lifts dividend

Mar 03 2015 17:02

Wall Street stocks have retreated a day after the Nasdaq topped 5 000 for the first time in 15 years, as electronics retailer Best Buy announced big shareholder payouts.

Barclays, Glencore earnings knock FTSE down

Mar 03 2015 16:51

Britain's blue-chip share index gave up dropping back from record highs, as Glencore and Barclays weighed on the market after earnings releases.

Swiss signs tax info sharing deal with Australia

Mar 03 2015 16:30

Switzerland has signed a deal with Australia to exchange tax information, the first such agreement under an international framework to swap tax information.

Singapore is world's most expensive city

Mar 03 2015 16:00

Singapore has been named the world's most expensive city for the second year running, a survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit shows.

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Business model as medicine

Revisiting your business model is a useful way to revive your business,...


No sugar-coated pill

The cost of uninformed medical consent runs into billions, says Mandi...


Greek tragedy

Athens' relations with the EU was an accident waiting to happen, says...

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WinnersPriceChange% Change
TFG The Foschini Group Limite...R171.59R6.033.64%
NEP New Europe Property Inves...R143.00R4.813.48%
BVT The Bidvest Group LimitedR324.50R10.503.34%
CPI Capitec Bank Holdings Lim...R433.27R13.503.22%
TBS Tiger Brands LimitedR357.29R10.593.05%
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LosersPriceChange% Change
ASR Assore LimitedR140.10R-9.31-6.23%
ARI African Rainbow Minerals ...R113.58R-6.51-5.42%
LON Lonmin PlcR26.75R-1.17-4.19%
GFI Gold Fields LimitedR51.24R-2.19-4.10%
BGA Barclays Africa Group Lim...R184.25R-6.25-3.28%
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Govt rules out Telkom stake sale

Mar 03 2015 16:30

Minister says government does not plan to sell its stake in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange listed telecoms company in order to raise money for Eskom.


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