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    The 'casualisation' of the workforce is often a ploy to cut costs, says Terry Bell.

  • When drones go dancing

    Drone technology's future is about to come to life in Cape Town, says Arthur Goldstuck.

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Financial Services

Capfin in hot water over easy loans

Aug 22 2014 20:16

The National Credit Regulator is of the opinion that Capfin's approach is a transgression of the National Credit Act, because no proof of income is requested.

Travel & Leisure

Ryanair vows to turn around ailing airline

Aug 22 2014 17:30

Ryanair has submitted a plan to turn for-sale Cyprus Airways into a profitable operation by increasing passenger traffic by 500% over three years, officials say.


Health inquiry: Netcare loses bid to block KPMG

Aug 22 2014 16:37

The South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has dismissed Netcare's application to block KPMG from working on a market inquiry into the private health sector.


Bidvest eyes 50% stake in Adcock

Aug 22 2014 15:06

The Bidvest Group is looking to raise its stake in struggling drugmaker Adcock Ingram, a move that could trigger a full buy-out.

Financial Services

Co-Op Bank loses customers after scare

Aug 22 2014 14:33

Britain's Co-operative Bank has lost around 38 000 customers in the first half of 2014, following its near collapse last year and a drugs scandal.


France cheers better wine harvest for 2014

Aug 22 2014 13:00

France will produce around six billion bottles of wine this year, a more successful harvest than in recent years.


Maersk mulls buys after dry wells

Aug 22 2014 12:43

After recent dry wells and a $1.7bn impairment, Maersk Oil is slowing down exploration globally and virtually ceasing it in Brazil and the US Gulf of Mexico.


Goldfields clarifies historic claim

Aug 22 2014 11:40

Gold Fields has issued a statement regarding a historic claim relating to a period of time prior to purchasing the company involved.


SA maize estimate little changed - survey

Aug 22 2014 11:30

South Africa is likely to slightly raise its 2014 maize output forecast, as traders expect no surprises before the end of the season.


Adcock shares boost on Bidvest news

Aug 22 2014 11:03

Shares of Adcock Ingram has surged more than 4% in early trade on news that top shareholder Bidvest Group is looking to raise its stake in the drugmaker.

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Financial Services

London Stock Exchange profits soar

Aug 22 2014 10:15

The London Stock Exchange Group's net profits have surged in the first quarter on the back of a resurgence in stock market flotations, it says.


Nampak to invest $10m in Zim business

Aug 21 2014 20:08

Nampak says it will invest $10m in the next 12 months to expand its Zimbabwean business after consolidating the operations under one company.

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