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Industrial

BASF says feeling pinch from low oil price

May 01 2016 15:30

German chemicals giant BASF says its first-quarter business has taken a hit from low oil prices, but bottom-line profit has increased nevertheless thanks to lower taxes.

Industrial

Skywise praises SA Civil Aviation Authority

May 01 2016 16:30

The SA Civil Aviation Authority is one of the best performing institutions in South Africa, according to the co-chairs of suspended low-cost airline Skywise.

Economy

SA's mines dispute takes a twist

Apr 29 2016 21:30

The National Empowerment Fund wants to take part in a legal dispute over black ownership of mines - a move which could possibly further postpone the case.

Retail

Starbucks plans 150 stores in South Africa

Apr 29 2016 19:45

US coffee chain Starbucks plans to open up to 150 stores in South Africa, founder and chief executive Howard Schultz says.

Industrial

Tiger Brands CFO steps down

Apr 29 2016 19:51

South Africa's largest food producer Tiger Brands has announced the resignation of Funke Ighodaro as chief financial officer and executive director.

Industrial

Oil profits plunge as industry eyes a bottom

Apr 29 2016 20:00

Plunging oil prices have battered oil giants' profits in the first quarter, another blow following credit downgrades, layoffs and drilling cutbacks in the wake of a long rout.

Retail

Starbucks to pump R130m in South Africa

Apr 29 2016 19:42

Starbucks will invest R130m in South Africa over the next two years as the company starts its expansion in the continent’s most developed economy.

Industrial

Exxon posts smallest profit since 1999

Apr 29 2016 15:15

Exxon Mobil has posted its weakest quarterly profit in more than a decade amid tumbling energy prices that have already cost its sterling credit rating.

Mining

Water risks strand projects worth billions

Apr 29 2016 20:03

Economists and financial analysts are identifying powerful signals of economic distress - this time in the energy, mining, power-producing and farm industries.

Industrial

AB InBev to sell more SABMiller assets to win EU nod

Apr 29 2016 09:51

Anheuser-Busch InBev is planning sell SABMiller beer brands around Europe to win European Union regulatory approval for its £74.3bn acquisition.

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Mining

Marikana killings: Widows plead for $9.1m from BASF

Apr 28 2016 21:30

Widows of mineworkers at Lonmin’s platinum mine at Marikana will ask Germany-based BASF to pay $9.1m into a fund to support the families of dead miners.

Financial Services

5 000 suspect accounts identified in Vatican Bank clean-up

Apr 28 2016 20:15

A clean-up of the Vatican bank has been completed, with the final tally of suspect accounts that had to be closed nearing 5 000.

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