• IS provokes sea-change

    It has been a grave mistake to defy both Russia and France, says Leopold Scholtz.

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Neotel CFO quits amid bribery claims

Nov 27 2015 13:06

The chief financial officer of fixed-line telecommunications company Neotel Steven Whiley has resigned after being placed on special leave.


Sanral to upgrade N3, if it gets R15bn

Nov 27 2015 12:43

The R15bn upgrade of the N3 from Durban to Pietermaritzburg has been given the green light, but road agency Sanral has not yet secured the funds to build the road.


Minister to appeal Motsoeneng judgment

Nov 27 2015 11:44

Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi plans to appeal a court decision to have SABC boss Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s appointment declared unlawful and irrational.


JSE loses ground after strong opening

Nov 27 2015 12:50

Lack of liquidity has pushed South African financial markets lower, with the rand and share prices losing ground.


Gas firm deal ‘fishy’

Nov 27 2015 11:30

The EFF has revealed that a former director of Rhino Oil and Gas Exploration is the chairperson of Denel and a legal adviser to Communications Minister Faith Muthambi.


LG Display to spend about $8.7bn on new factory

Nov 27 2015 09:23

Apple supplier LG Display will spend more than 10 trillion won on building a new plant and expanding production of a newer type of display.


Unpaid e-toll bills are not debt, says Outa

Nov 27 2015 09:48

Outstanding e-toll bills are related to an unjust law which makes it unnecessary for businesses to disclose them as debt to shareholders, says anti-tolls body Outa.


Petrol breather on cards as rand battles oil

Nov 26 2015 20:09

Petrol is set for a drop of about six cents a litre for unleaded 95, and two cents a litre for 93, according to the Automobile Association.


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Pipeline plundered for $250m of petrol - Nigeria's oil firm

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Vandals have stolen nearly $250m worth of petrol from a single pipeline in Nigeria in the first nine months of 2015 as motorists complained of shortages.

Euro has worst-ever run of weekly losses

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The euro has been set for its longest stretch of weekly declines versus the yen since the shared currency’s 1999 creation.

China market plunge sparks sell-off across Asia

Nov 27 2015 12:48

A plunge in Chinese stocks dragged Asian markets down after authorities launched a probe into brokerages and profits at the country's industrial giants sank far more than expected.

Asian stocks decline as China shares tumble

Nov 27 2015 11:24

Asian stocks have declined, with a regional gauge heading for a one-week low, as Chinese shares tumbled the most since the depths of this year’s rout.

European stocks retreat at open

Nov 27 2015 11:05

Europe's main stock markets have opened lower, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.6% at 6 357.42 points.

UK home-price growth slows to five-month low

Nov 27 2015 10:00

UK house-price growth has slowed to a five-month low in November, according to Nationwide Building Society, which also noted a shortage of properties for sale.

Oil prices trading below $43 in Asia

Nov 27 2015 07:38

Oil prices have traded below $43 in Asia as US markets took a break for Thanksgiving and Russia ruled out a military strike against Turkey for shooting down a warplane.

US stocks rise a bit on mixed data

Nov 26 2015 18:58

US stocks have risen slightly in early trade following a stream of economic data in the last trading session ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.

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The Froneman factor

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Sibanye Gold CEO Neal Froneman tells finweek contributor David McKay why you “don’t need to be a rocket scientist” to see the rationale behind the mine's diversification plans.

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