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Financial Services

Sasfin cautious about SOE lending

Sep 25 2016 09:45

Sasfin was “very concerned” about state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and had turned some of them down for banking and financial services, Sasfin Group CEO Roland Sassoon said this week.

    Financial Services

    DBSA eyes Brics bank and diversification

    Sep 25 2016 06:29

    The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), which largely funds municipal infrastructure, is on the fence about the New Development Bank planned by the Brics group of countries.

    Property

    Steyn City sales slow to a trickle

    Sep 25 2016 06:29

    While hype around the luxury residential estate has been waning, developers are adamant that the best is yet to come.

    Retail

    Self-service raises job-loss fears

    Sep 25 2016 06:29

    Pick n Pay is offering customers the chance to become their own cashiers, but will this make cashiers redundant?

    Mining

    RBM fires five for fuelling protests

    Sep 25 2016 06:29

    Five employees of Rio Tinto’s Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) mine, alleged to have been involved in fuelling community protests over jobs and contracts, have been dismissed following an investigation by the mining giant.

    Industrial

    Acsa’s BEE partners head to court

    Sep 25 2016 07:51

    Two of the empowerment partners of Airports Company South Africa are heading to court because they claim the parastatal is holding them “economically hostage”.

    Mining

    Battle for Xolobeni's titanium heading for highest court

    Sep 25 2016 06:25

    The fight for the soul of Xolobeni could go to the highest court in the land, according to the opponents of proposed titanium mining activities near Mbizana on the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape.

    Mining

    Zuma's nephews' coal licences under fire

    Sep 25 2016 06:11

    A company with links to relatives of President Jacob Zuma has been dragged to court over protected land.

    Mining

    Largest diamond mine outside SA opens

    Sep 23 2016 19:02

    Deep in the Canadian wilds, about 300 kilometres from the nearest city as the crow flies, the world's largest diamond mine outside of South Africa is being dug.

    Property

    Court bid launched against Beyers Realty Group

    Sep 23 2016 17:35

    The Estate Agency Affairs Board is heading to court as a matter of urgency regarding a complaint of mismanagement of funds at the Beyers Realty Group.

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    Industrial

    Acsa posts R1.9bn profit

    Sep 23 2016 17:01

    The introduction of new routes, growing passenger numbers from Europe and Asia and the performance of its non-aeronautical operations have boosted the company's results.

    Mining

    Anglo names new finance director

    Sep 23 2016 10:27

    Anglo American has named Fortescue Metals Group’s Stephen Pearce as finance director, after he led the drive to slash debt at the world’s fourth-largest iron ore producer.

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