• Dangerous games

    Employers' body Neasa is playing a potentially dangerous game, says Terry Bell.

  • Rational thinking

    All players should first consider the net result of their actions, says Leopold Scholtz.

  • Telkom's property poser

    BEE may be hindering Telkom's plans to offload redundant real estate, says Gugu Lourie.

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Economy

Crisis brewing within Sanral - Outa

Jul 31 2014 14:48

Outa says the sudden stepping down of Sanral chair Tembakazi Mnyaka is no surprise, while a Fin24 user says "more rats are now leaving the sinking ship".

Equities

Uncertainty returns to the JSE

Jul 31 2014 13:49

Uncertainty has returned to the JSE on fears that the scenario of low interest rates might soon be a thing of the past.

Economy

Green light for R80bn Transnet class suit

Jul 31 2014 13:14

A judge has decreed that a class action suit may be launched on behalf of impoverished Transnet pensioners, in an attempt to recover R80bn in lost assets.

Economy

Producer inflation slows to 8.1%

Jul 31 2014 13:08

Producer inflation has slowed to 8.1% year-on-year in June from 8.7% in May, says Statistics South Africa.

News

Neasa not fazed by Numsa, Cosatu threats

Jul 31 2014 10:52

The National Employers' Association of South Africa says it is not fazed or intimidated by Numsa and Cosatu's threats against its members.

Economy

Beer intake reflects inequality gap in Zim

Jul 31 2014 10:44

Beer consumption in Zimbabwe is fast becoming a key reflector of the inequality gap within the country, at least according to numbers from beverage maker Delta.

Mining

Zimplats gets smelter to comply with new laws

Jul 31 2014 11:25

Impala Platinum-owned Zimplats says it will pay $690m to modify an old smelter to meet government requirements of having all platinum processed in Zimbabwe.

Industrial

Sappi swings to profit on cost cutting

Jul 31 2014 11:10

Sappi's results show that demand for glossy paper has fallen as tablet computers and e-readers take a huge bite out of the traditional magazine industry.

 

In other news

European shares hit two-week low

21 minutes ago

Europe's FTSEurofirst 300 index of top shares has slipped to a two-week low, led lower by Adidas after the group warned about business in Russia.

Kenya's inflation rises to 7%

Jul 31 2014 14:30

Kenya's statistics office says the country's inflation rate has crept up to 7%, just a touch higher than predicted.

Russia must pay Yukos shareholders - court

30 minutes ago

Europe's top human rights court has awarded shareholders $2.6bn in damages, a new blow to Russia on the brink of recession.

China seizes melamine tainted yoghurt candy

Jul 31 2014 14:00

Chinese police have seized almost 12 tonnes of yoghurt candy tainted with melamine, an industrial chemical at the centre of a scandal in which six infants died.

Rolls-Royce to return to growth next year

Jul 31 2014 13:15

Aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce is on track to return to growth next year, after profits have fallen as expected in the first half.

Asian stocks mixed, US growth weighs

Jul 31 2014 13:00

Asian markets have been mixed after US data showing the world's top economy grew much more than expected in the second quarter.

Lufthansa reports net profit drop

Jul 31 2014 12:45

German airline Lufthansa says its second-quarter net profit has fallen year-on-year due to pilots strikes, excess capacity on transatlantic.

AstraZeneca raises forecasts

Jul 31 2014 12:19

AstraZeneca has raised its sales and earnings forecasts for the year, showing resilience after seeing off a $118bn takeover approach from rival Pfizer.

Analysis & Opinion

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