• Busa, BBC split unpacked

    Who will lose and who stands to gain as the business bodies cut ties, asks Solly Moeng.

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    How many millions more will be sunk into a seemingly pointless vendetta, asks Mandi Smallhorne.

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    An analyst takes a look at how credit downgrades have affected countries around the world.

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South Africans poorer than they were in 2015 - report

May 24 2017 21:24

The average adult South African is poorer in 2016 than in 2015, research shows.


Transformation not a scary word - tourism CEO

May 24 2017 20:39

SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona explains why transformation is not a scary word for the tourism industry.


Don't tap into PIC for SAA bailout - union

May 24 2017 20:00

A public services trade union has voiced concern that Treasury could consider the Public Investment Corporation as one of the options to finance lossmaking state carrier SAA.


Solidarity wants court to intervene in Molefe matter

May 24 2017 19:30

Trade union Solidarity has submitted a court application to have the Eskom board's decision to reinstate Brian Molefe overturned.


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Ethical leadership needed more than ever in a diverse Europe

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Eskom's next tariff application in doubt - expert

Legal challenges to regulatory decisions are growing in SA and regulators...


Friends and friction: Business lessons we can learn from trees

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Fuzile is larger than life, a true public service mandarin

Lungisa Fuzile’s exit from the state’s employ has significant markers...

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Total SA Startupper Challenge winners graduate

May 24 2017 19:56

Winners of the South African leg of the Total Startupper Challenge have each been awarded a GIBS Enterprise Development Academy Certificate.

AI ‘world first’ could transform SA recruitment process

May 24 2017 18:59

Companies often make educated guesses about who they hire and are biased through the subjective interview process, but a new artificial intelligence solution could change that.

Lewis feels impact of economic climate

May 24 2017 18:38

Lewis Group has posted its final audited results for the year ended March 31 2017 and reported a gross margin of 41.6% and headline earnings per share of 400.1 cents.

Petmin updates on court case

May 24 2017 18:24

Petmin has provided an update on litigation between its subsidiary Tendele Coal Mining and one of its customers.

US home prices rises 6% as supply tightens

May 24 2017 16:14

Home prices in the US has increased 6% in the first quarter from a year earlier as competition heated up for a scarcity of listings.

China downgrade may build debt mountain

May 24 2017 15:45

The downgrade of China’s debt by Moody’s Investors Service may push Chinese companies to borrow even more money from domestic banks, increasing risks for the finance industry.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
CML Coronation Fund Managers ...R70.65R4.957.53%
SBK Standard Bank Group Limit...R154.34R3.722.47%
BGA Barclays Africa Group Lim...R149.98R3.582.45%
VKE Vukile Property Fund Limi...R19.25R0.382.01%
NED Nedbank Group LimitedR225.59R4.211.90%
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LosersPriceChange% Change
SGL Sibanye Gold LimitedR18.59R-9.67-34.22%
MEI Mediclinic International ...R137.00R-10.75-7.28%
HAR Harmony Gold Mining Compa...R28.78R-2.17-7.01%
MSM Massmart Holdings LimitedR119.00R-7.62-6.02%
IMP Impala Platinum Holdings ...R41.56R-2.35-5.35%
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