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    The ehailing firm is constantly trying, succeeding - and sometimes failing, says Ian Mann.

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    The very people elected to bring benefits to all are undermining SA, says Solly Moeng.

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    Five years after the bloody massacre calls for justice are growing louder, says Terry Bell.


Rand recovery punishes SA's aging, costly gold mines

Aug 17 2017 17:32

A big rebound in the rand has turned SA’s biggest gold producer from churning cash a year ago to making losses and shutting mines.


Under-pressure Zwane to preach on radical economic transformation

Aug 17 2017 14:30

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane will deliver a speech to the Black Business Council on the topic of radical economic transformation on Friday.


D-Day for Bell Pottinger as hearing set to kick off

Aug 17 2017 13:03

DA spokesperson Phumzile van Damme will testify at the disciplinary hearing into Bell Pottinger in the UK on Friday, the political party has confirmed.


Exxaro triples dividends on the back of sturdy coal sales

Aug 17 2017 11:19

Mining company Exxaro says it tripled its interim dividends from 90c to R3 for the six months to end-June, despite South Africa's challenging mining environment.


Sibanye Gold half-year profits to plunge

Aug 17 2017 11:14

Sibanye says it expects a 1 433% decrease in earning per shares and a 284% decrease in headline earnings per share for the six months ended June 30 2016.


Gold Fields wants win-win outcome with Mining Charter

Aug 17 2017 10:25

Gold Fields, which announced a decline in earnings for the six months ended 30 June, said it wanted a win-win outcome for all regarding the Mining Charter.


Africa's richest man to invest up to $50bn in US, Europe

Aug 17 2017 09:33

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, plans to invest $20bn to $50bn in the US and Europe by 2025 in industries including renewable energy and petrochemicals.


Harmony pays higher dividend as profits climb

Aug 17 2017 08:39

Harmony Gold has posted a 35% increase in headline earnings per share of R2.98 and has declared a 35c dividend for its year ended June 30, which was a 70% increase on the prior year.

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Guptas sue Bank of Baroda in attempt to stop account closures

Aug 17 2017 07:51

Companies controlled by the Gupta family, whose accounts are being closed down by Bank of Baroda, say they’re taking legal action against the lender.

Travel & Leisure

City Lodge pleased with Africa progress

Aug 16 2017 20:05

The City Lodge Hotel Group is making good progress with the development of new hotels in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique.

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