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Economy

Investment bill adds uncertainty - DA

Jul 28 2015 19:32

The promotion and protection of investment bill "says nothing new and adds uncertainty", according to the DA.

Industrial

Spirits growing faster than beer in SA - analyst

Jul 28 2015 18:31

Diageo does not want to continue sharing profits with their joint venture partners including Heineken as their spirits products are growing faster than beer, says an analyst.

Mining

Jobs ‘bloodbath’ hits SA, mining companies cut costs

Jul 28 2015 17:30

In the past two months, at least seven listed mining companies announced plans to cut as many as 10 000 jobs in Africa’s most-industrialised economy.

Retirement

What you need to know about retirement

Jul 28 2015 18:39

According to SA National Treasury, only 6% of the population will have enough money to retire comfortably, without having to change their standard of living.

Investment Holdings

Voting for board, takeover not the same - Curro

Jul 28 2015 16:49

Voting for board members at an AGM and voting to accept an offer are two different things, Curro Holdings says in relation to the Advtech AGM.

Investment Holdings

Curro bid impacts Advtech AGM

Jul 28 2015 16:20

Advtech’s largest investors have voted against the re-election of the chair and another director, reiterating its opposition to an offer from Curro Holdings.

Tech

Solidarity hits out at Telkom ‘payment scandal’

Jul 28 2015 16:08

Multi-million rand payments made to Telkom’s previously suspended chief financial officer Jacques Schindehütte has trade union Solidarity up in arms.

Financial Services

Expropriation bill will spook investors, banks say

Jul 28 2015 15:28

The banking industry has criticised a draft law that will allow the government to expropriate property without having to pay compensation at market prices.

 

In other news

European stocks close up

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European equities have closed up, with London's FTSE 100 index gaining 0.77% to finish at 6 555.28 points.

UK to stop dirty money hiding in property sector

Jul 28 2015 16:32

UK has vowed to clampdown on the use of "dirty money", promising to expose the owners of anonymous foreign firms hiding cash in London's buoyant housing market.

New drive to advance responsible business

Jul 28 2015 18:22

The United Nations Global Compact and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors want to drive responsible and sustainable business practices.

Amendments to sectional title regulations

Jul 28 2015 18:12

Recent amendments to the sectional titles regulations sees the return of the power of trustees to increase levies before the AGM.

J.C. Le Roux named SA Icon brand

Jul 28 2015 17:23

J.C. Le Roux has been declared a consumer Icon and wine category winner in the Ask Afrika Icon Brand Survey.

Virgin Money posts robust H1 profit on surge in mortgage lending

Jul 28 2015 17:08

British bank Virgin Money says its first-half profit has jumped 37%, bolstered by a surge in mortgage lending.

Oil prices fall further

Jul 28 2015 16:15

Global oil prices have fallen further on stubborn concerns over high supplies and slowing Chinese demand.

US stocks open higher after upbeat Pfizer

Jul 28 2015 15:58

US stocks have opened higher after a batch of better-than expected earnings from Pfizer and as the Federal Reserve kicks off a two-day monetary policy meeting.

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