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Mining

Elandsfontein offers R25 000 after sabotage

Jan 19 2017 17:58

The Elandsfontein phosphate mine, which is currently under construction, has suffered an act of sabotage

Mining

Mining death stats worry unions, Chamber of Mines

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Mining industry stakeholders noted the improvement in recent health and safety statistics but are still disappointed.

Mining

Sibanye one step closer to sealing Stillwater mining deal

Jan 19 2017 14:22

Sibanye Gold is one step to closer to acquiring Stillwater mining after meeting an antitrust condition, according to a Sens statement.

Mining

We are not at war with Sibanye - Zwane

Jan 19 2017 12:49

Section 54 mine stoppage notices issued by the Department of Mineral Resources are not intended to impact economic growth, according to Mines Minister Mosebenzi Zwane.

Mining

Mining safety first, profits second - Zwane

Jan 19 2017 12:15

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says that the health and safety of mine workers needs to be prioritised over making profits.

Retail

Shoprite wins as consumers seek cheap food to beat inflation

Jan 19 2017 09:13

Consumers with limited spending money are turning to low-cost supermarket chains such as Shoprite for cheaper food and eschewing new clothes to counter accelerating inflation.

Mining

Anglo shortlists bidders for its Eskom coal mines

Jan 19 2017 08:18

Anglo has shortlisted groups led by some of SA's most prominent black businessmen as bidders for several of its mines that supply Eskom with R13.6bn worth of coal a year.

Agribusiness

Clover shares dive on profit warning

Jan 18 2017 17:49

Investors have punished Clover after the foods and beverages company announced it expects a drop in headline earnings per share of up to 25%.

Retail

Black Friday provides boost for SA retail sales

Jan 18 2017 19:03

Retail sales in November increased by 3.8%, mostly because of Black Friday. However this boost may be short-lived in the coming months.

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Retail

Burberry gives fresh boost for luxury sales

Jan 18 2017 15:26

Burberry has reported estimate-beating revenue as Asia Pacific returned to growth, the second positive sign in a week for Europe’s struggling luxury-goods industry.

Travel & Leisure

WATCH: A peek inside the R150 000/day Cape Town home

Jan 18 2017 14:23

Ever wondered what you would enjoy if you are willing - and able - to fork out R150 000 a night at a prestigious property in Cape Town? Fin24 went behind the scenes for a peek.

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