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Agribusiness

Pact with the devil? Farmers use oil firms' water

Jul 05 2015 11:38

After four years of record drought, farmers are using waste water from oil companies, but environmental campaigners are raising the red flag.

Industrial

Judge in Petrobras probe downplays power

Jul 05 2015 13:00

The judge presiding over Brazil's largest-ever corruption probe defended his impartiality, in a case that has swept up some of the country's most powerful bosses.

Travel & Leisure

Labour dispute disrupts flights at Toronto airport

Jul 05 2015 12:30

A sudden labour disruption by workers who refuel planes at Toronto's main airport caused flight delays and cancellations.

Travel & Leisure

Barcelona struggles with rising tide of tourists

Jul 05 2015 12:00

Tourists have become a headache for the new mayor as she battles to save the iconic Spanish Mediterranean port from becoming a bland theme park.

Health

Row breaks out over Greek medicine supplies

Jul 05 2015 10:49

Wholesalers trading medicines across European borders have criticised a suggestion by manufacturers that Greek exports should be restricted.

Travel & Leisure

Visa hot potato provokes emotional responses

Jul 03 2015 20:30

The impact of SA's new visa regulations continues to be a hot topic in the local tourism industry and has provoked a variety of opinions.

Industrial

SAA could cut up to 700 jobs

Jul 03 2015 17:22

South African Airways could return to profitability within the next four years, but this year up to 700 of its staff could lose their jobs, reports Netwerk24.

Industrial

Wind energy no longer a minor player in SA

Jul 03 2015 15:03

As we lurch from one day of load shedding to the next, the wind energy sector is showing no sign of losing speed, rather the opposite.

Mining

Union wants to help with Aurora probe

Jul 03 2015 12:46

A union wants to help police in an investigation in the wake of the Aurora judgment, which enables directors of Aurora Empowerment Systems to be criminally charged.

Industrial

Toyota's top female executive steps down

Jul 03 2015 08:37

Toyota says that its first female managing officer resigned following her arrest last month on suspicion of illegally importing oxycodone into Japan.

Inside Fin24.com

 
Travel & Leisure

Lufthansa making SA flight changes

Jul 02 2015 17:27

Lufthansa has announced an increase in its direct flights to Cape Town and is also making a change to its direct flights to Johannesburg.

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