• Restoring sanity to SA

    We should be driven by the thought that SA belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.

  • Clamouring for action

    2017 will see battles between politicians as well as those tired of politicking, says Daniel Silke.

  • Realistic dreaming

    Preparation and sound advice will turn entrepreneurial dreams into reality, says Ian Mann.

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Unruly passengers a serious safety issue for airline cabin crew

Dec 08 2016 16:53

Unruly passengers are a serious air safety issue, with an Iata survey showing that 40% of airlines had diverted a flight in the past 12 months due to an unruly passenger.


Flying secure but govts must step up to the plate - Iata

Dec 08 2016 16:50

Fying is safe but not accident-free and governments can and must do more to keep terrorists away from airports and aircraft, says Iata CEO Alexandre de Juniac.


Global air freight demand still flying high

Dec 08 2016 13:14

Global air freight markets look set to end 2016 on a high note as demand is growing at its fastest pace in 18 months, says Iata CEO Alexandre de Juniac.


Glencore deal making king Glasenberg is back with wager on Russian oil

Dec 08 2016 10:39

A year ago Ivan Glasenberg was fighting to save his company from short sellers. Today, he is back to cutting deals that shake up global commodity markets.


Glencore scores as Putin sells R150bn stake in Russian oil firm

Dec 08 2016 10:13

Russia has sold a R149bn stake in its largest oil producer to commodity trader Glencore and Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund in a triumph for President Vladimir Putin.


SA in top 10 for electronic airfreight friendliness

Dec 08 2016 09:42

South Africa beat the US to be ranked 9th out of the top ten on the latest eFreight Friendliness Index released by the International Air Transport Association.

Financial Services

What do Warren Buffett, George Soros and a computer have in common? A lot

Dec 08 2016 07:52

A paper posits that gains reaped by the legendary managers over time were available to anyone using a handful of buy-and-sell signals known to quantitative analysts.

Financial Services

Banking stocks surprise wrongfoots money managers

Dec 08 2016 07:31

Over-defensive South African money managers who have missed their performance benchmarks would be better positioned had they read signals that banking stocks were better than expected.


Anglo confronts messy divorce in SA birthplace

Dec 08 2016 07:04

While South African mines were cash cows for decades, Anglo now wants to sell them next year to cut debt accumulated during the commodity boom.

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R300k penalty for Premium Brand

Dec 07 2016 17:13

Premium Brand has been ordered to pay an administrative penalty of R300 500 relating to prohibited practice, the Competition Tribunal says.


Richemont offers to scale back plan to cut watchmaking jobs

Dec 07 2016 12:32

Richemont has offered to reduce a job-cut plan by about 20%, though worker representatives demanded more concessions from the Swiss luxury-goods maker as they protested near the headquarters.

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