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Economist calls for debate on SA's entire energy plan

Apr 28 2017 20:24

South Africa’s entire energy programme, including renewables – not only the procurement of nuclear power – needs to be reconsidered and publicly debated, says an economist.


Zuma to lead SA delegation to WEF Africa in Durban

Apr 28 2017 19:01

President Jacob Zuma will lead the South African delegation, which will represent the country, at the World Economic Forum in Durban.


Popcru in a panic about Saftu - Vavi

Apr 28 2017 18:33

Saftu leader Zwelinzima Vavi says Popcru is desperately trying to divert attention from the crisis in the tripartite alliance by making defamatory statements against him.


Kemm: Court ruling didn't kill off SA’s nuclear plan

Apr 28 2017 17:30

The high court judgment on South Africa's nuclear build programme may be a set back, but certainly is not a derailment, says Necsa chairperson Dr Kelvin Kemm.


JSE holds steady ahead of long weekend

Apr 28 2017 19:25

The JSE closed firmer and the rand held steady for most of the day, strengthening to R13.24/$ before losing ground to the dollar.


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Sombre start to the Presidency of Donald Trump

Apr 28 2017 18:00

US growth slowed to its lowest level in three years in the first quarter, marking a sombre start to the Presidency of Donald Trump.

Greenpeace disrupts Credit Suisse meet over pipeline financing

Apr 28 2017 17:00

Greenpeace activists disrupted a Credit Suisse shareholder meeting to protest the bank's alleged financing of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline in the US.

GM truck and SUV build boosts profit

Apr 28 2017 17:15

General Motors have started the year on pace for another record annual profit, fuelled by cost cuts, new models and ample inventory after plants cranked up production before being retooled this year.

ExxonMobil profits more than double on higher oil prices

Apr 28 2017 17:00

ExxonMobil has reported that first-quarter earnings more than doubled as increased oil prices translated into higher profits after a lengthy slump.

US shares mixed after soft GDP report, oil rises

Apr 28 2017 17:30

Global equities have retreated, trimming a sixth straight monthly advance, as geopolitical concerns linger and investors assess corporate earnings.

Air Berlin reports heavy losses as restructuring begins

Apr 28 2017 16:05

Struggling German airline Air Berlin has reported a fresh loss for the financial year 2016, as it takes the first steps in a far-reaching restructuring launched last year.

US economy expands at slowest pace in three years

Apr 28 2017 15:00

The US economy has expanded at the slowest pace in three years as weak auto sales and lower home-heating bills dragged down consumer spending.

Curious curse of May: Emerging-market currency bulls beware

Apr 28 2017 14:30

Developing-nation currencies could be in for a rough month in May, if history is any guide.

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