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Mining

Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland bags R28.2m in 2014

Apr 01 2015 07:30

Gold Fields, which is set to start biennial wage talks with workers next month, gave its directors and top executives a 21% pay increase in 2014.

Tech

SAA halts SA Post Office's global service

Apr 01 2015 06:52

South African Airways has ceased to carry mail to and from overseas postal services until the SA Post Office pays its bills.

Economy

Petrol stations run out as motorists rush to fill up

Apr 01 2015 01:01

Several petrol stations have run out of fuel as motorists rushed to fill up ahead of the huge price hike that took effect from midnight on Tuesday evening.

Economy

Business chamber expresses hope over Eskom

Mar 31 2015 21:25

The SA Chamber of Commerce says it hopes the rapid replacement of the Eskom chair is a sign the government is concerned about the country's energy situation.

Economy

Accused ex-Gauteng health CFO takes charge in KZN

Mar 31 2015 21:44

Gauteng's former chief financial officer who was suspended last year following alleged tender irregularities has been appointed chief financial officer of the KZN health department.

Economy

Zim listed stocks reflect dire economic situation

Apr 01 2015 06:00

Most ZSE-listed entities have reported heavy losses for the full year to end-December, with two or more companies operating at a loss in any given industry.

Economy

Italian firm gets R2.1bn loan to build SA wind farm

Mar 31 2015 20:00

Enel Green Power SpA, the renewable-energy unit of Italy’s biggest utility, has received a loan of R2.1bn to help pay for a wind farm it plans to build in the Eastern Cape.

News

Limusa admitted into Cosatu

Mar 31 2015 20:00

The Liberated Metalworkers Union of SA has been accepted as a new Cosatu affiliate, the trade union federation says.

 

In other news

Oil dips on Iran sanction hopes

3 minutes ago

Oil prices have dipped in Asia after Russia and Iran's foreign ministers claimed a breakthrough in talks over Tehran's controversial nuclear programme.

Yoox agrees to buy Richemont's Net-a-Porter

Mar 31 2015 19:21

Italian online fashion retailer Yoox has agreed to buy Net-a-Porter, its upmarket rival, in an all-share deal that creates an industry leader in the booming online luxury market.

German farmers not cowed by end of EU milk quotas

Mar 31 2015 18:38

Dairy farmers in Germany are happy to see the back of the production limits that have prevented them from exploiting the export opportunities offered by middle class.

Europe stocks close down

Mar 31 2015 18:02

Europe's main stock markets have closed lower, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 tumbling 1.72% on the day to 6 773.04 points.

German conservative quits after Greek extension

Mar 31 2015 16:19

A prominent Eurosceptic in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc has resigned, due to being pressured to back an extension of Greece's bailout.

US stocks drop as volatility reigns

Mar 31 2015 15:56

US stocks have dropped in opening trade, giving back some of the prior session gains as volatility in equity markets stays elevated.

UK pub group snaps up beer business

Mar 31 2015 13:15

British pubs and brewery group Marston's says it has agreed to buy the beer division of Thwaites for £25m.

Eurozone price fall slows as expected

Mar 31 2015 13:45

Eurozone consumer prices have fallen again, as expected, but the decline was the smallest this year, indicating the price of goods and services could start rising.

Analysis & Opinion

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  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
ITE Italtile LimitedR12.35R1.109.78%
CPI Capitec Bank Holdings Lim...R527.66R26.465.28%
TSH Tsogo Sun Holdings Limite...R27.70R1.304.92%
NPN Naspers LimitedR1870.00R67.843.76%
BAW Barloworld LimitedR93.52R3.023.34%
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LosersPriceChange% Change
AGL Anglo American PlcR183.75R-6.99-3.66%
PWK Pick N Pay Holdings Limit...R21.50R-0.79-3.54%
TBS Tiger Brands LimitedR305.39R-9.64-3.06%
PIK Pick N Pay Stores LimitedR49.54R-1.51-2.96%
GFI Gold Fields LimitedR51.07R-1.53-2.91%
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Johannesburg has been selected to host the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in 2017. "[The congress] will ensure that small business development remains firmly on the national agenda and the radar screen of all stakeholders, the Small Business Development minister said.
 

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