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Sars must probe Lonmin, Ramaphosa - EFF

Sep 19 2014 20:29

The EFF has called on Sars to probe Lonmin and its directors for tax evasion after a report that the company paid about R200m in commissions to agents in Bermuda.

Financial Services

Fighting bank crime needs joint effort - Sabric

Sep 19 2014 18:38

The SA Banking Risk Information Centre says it will work with banks, cash-in-transit companies and the police to bring down crime in the banking sector.


Vlismas warns Loeries stars

Sep 19 2014 18:11

Comic John Vlismas has imparted some wisdom at the Loeries DSTV seminar of creativity, ahead of the award ceremony that will name the top ad agencies in SA.


Exxon continues drilling with Rosneft

Sep 19 2014 16:00

Russian Natural Resources Minister Sergei Donskoi says US oil major Exxon Mobil is continuing exploration drilling with Russian counterpart Rosneft.


Shell Russia, Total stay put in Russia

Sep 19 2014 15:32

The head of Shell Russia says the company's strategy in Russia remained unchanged, although the firm is evaluating the implications of sanctions imposed by the West.


Clover CEO confident of profit turnaround

Sep 19 2014 12:27

Clover may have posted sour results for the year ending June 2013, but CEO Johann Vorster is confident the group will restore profitability.


Zim retail results reflect consumer pain

Sep 19 2014 11:49

Company results of Zimbabwean retailers, including Edcon-owned Edgars and Lafarge, show a deteriotating economy under severe strain.

Financial Services

Investec sees stronger first-half earnings

Sep 19 2014 11:32

Investec expects an improved first-half performance, boosted mainly by increased assets under management.

Travel & Leisure

Lufthansa tests sugar-based biofuel

Sep 19 2014 11:15

As part of its testing of alternative fuels the Lufthansa Group has marked another milestone.

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African Minerals outlines recovery plan

Sep 19 2014 12:30

Miner African Minerals plans to increase export volumes and boost revenues by reducing discounts and requiring a premium on some of its iron ore.

Financial Services

US, Australia welcome bank progress

Sep 19 2014 11:00

The United States and Australia are encouraged by progress on rules to reduce the problem of "too-big-to-fail" banks as part of efforts to improve stability.

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