• Nene's SAA nemesis

    No political figure seems to have the guts to speak out against Dudu Myeni, says Solly Moeng.

  • The mp3 revolution

    Ian Mann takes a look at the war between digital music and the compact disc.

  • Don't take us for fools

    It's time for businesses to stop thinking consumers are gullible, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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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.


Start afresh, say some members as Doha round founders

Nov 27 2015 07:41

With no prospect of a deal at the World Trade Organisation's Doha round of talks next month, some member states are suggesting negotiations should "start from scratch".


Western Cape area to declare water disaster

Nov 27 2015 07:51

The Western Cape province says it will ask the government to classify the region’s water shortages as a disaster, enabling farmers to apply for financial assistance.


Populism and the Malema factor

Nov 27 2015 07:43

Populism is spreading and Malema's followers show a frightening lack of understanding for what their policies will lead to, says an analayst.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Time to learn lessons - and face reality

Nov 27 2015 07:23

True shopfloor democracy and the tolerance of difference may be the only hope left to halt trade unions' slide towards irrelevance, says Terry Bell.

Financial Services

UK fines Barclays £72m over 'elephant' deal

Nov 26 2015 19:36

The UK's financial regulator has fined Barclays bank £72m for failing to carry out proper checks on a vast so-called elephant deal for ultra-wealthy clients.

Financial Services

RMB to halt dollar supplies to Angola

Nov 26 2015 18:36

Rand Merchant Bank says it will stop supplying Angolan banks with US dollars from November 30.


Why SA should be excited about nuclear

Nov 26 2015 21:10

The nuclear programme is something to be welcomed and viewed with pride, not with fear and lack of self-confidence, says nuclear energy expert Kelvin Kemm.


In other news

European stocks extend rebound

35 minutes ago

European stock markets have risen solidly for a second day running following gains across Asia.

Oil prices trading below $43 in Asia

38 minutes ago

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.

SA Halaal products showcased in Malaysia

Nov 26 2015 12:25

The Department of Trade and Industry is inviting South African exporters of Halaal-approved items and services to apply to participate at an exhibition in the Malaysia.

European stock markets steady at open

Nov 26 2015 11:39

Europe's main stock markets have opened steadily, with trading expected to be quiet amid the US Thanksgiving holiday.

Russia reinforces control over Turkish food imports

Nov 26 2015 11:07

Russia has said that it would reinforce control over Turkish food imports as tensions surged with Ankara over the downing of a Russian warplane in Syria.

US new-home sales rebound in October

Nov 26 2015 10:00

Sales of new single-family homes in the United States have rebounded in October from a September slump, as prices fell year-over-year, an official data shows.

Euro languishes near seven-month low

Nov 26 2015 09:14

The euro has been near the weakest in seven months against the dollar and yen as investors speculated the European Central Bank will expand stimulus.

Analysis & Opinion

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Time to learn lessons - and face reality

True shopfloor democracy and the tolerance of difference may be the only...


IS provokes sea-change in global politics

Islamic State has made a grave mistake by defying two big powers – Russia...


Dudu Myeni - Nene's SAA nemesis

No political heavyweight seems courageous enough to speak out against...

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KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR51.40R4.058.55%
GLN Glencore PlcR20.55R1.226.31%
IMP Impala Platinum Holdings ...R32.87R1.575.02%
GFI Gold Fields LimitedR36.62R1.624.63%
AMS Anglo American Plat Limit...R207.00R7.974.00%
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RCL Rcl Foods LimitedR14.98R-0.62-3.97%
MMI Mmi Holdings LimitedR24.01R-0.69-2.79%
GND Grindrod LimitedR13.63R-0.35-2.50%
BIL Bhp Billiton PlcR179.95R-4.30-2.33%
APN Aspen Pharmacare Holdings...R321.59R-6.86-2.09%
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The Froneman factor

Nov 27 2015 06:00

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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