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Dreaming of sustainable farming in the land of wealth and wine

Dec 10 2016 09:09

In the heartland of wine elitism, Fin24’s Matthew le Cordeur discovers the potential of land to unlock social, environmental and economic benefits.


    It's not about more but about better airline security - Iata

    Dec 09 2016 13:14

    The aviation industry must remain vigilant and those responsible for aviation attacks should be held accountable, warns a senior Iata official.


    Sibanye to buy highest-grade platinum deposit for $2.2bn

    Dec 09 2016 11:21

    Sibanye Gold has agreed to pay more than its market value for Stillwater Mining in a $2.2bn deal that would see the SA miner take charge of the highest-grade deposit of platinum-group metals.

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    Billionaire Christo Wiese has no regrets over costly Brexit move

    Dec 09 2016 09:45

    Billionaire Christo Wiese says he has no regrets about a $2bn investment, which saw his 35% stake in Brait slump by about $1bn since Brexit.


    Where is my luggage?

    Dec 08 2016 19:38

    Many airline passengers are interested in tracking their luggage throughout their journey, a survey by the International Air Transport Association has found.


    Unruly passengers a serious safety issue for airline cabin crew

    Dec 08 2016 16:53

    Unruly passengers are a serious air safety issue, with an Iata survey showing that 40% of airlines had diverted a flight in the past 12 months due to an unruly passenger.


    Flying secure but govts must step up to the plate - Iata

    Dec 08 2016 16:50

    Fying is safe but not accident-free and governments can and must do more to keep terrorists away from airports and aircraft, says Iata CEO Alexandre de Juniac.


    Global air freight demand still flying high

    Dec 08 2016 13:14

    Global air freight markets look set to end 2016 on a high note as demand is growing at its fastest pace in 18 months, says Iata CEO Alexandre de Juniac.


    Glencore deal making king Glasenberg is back with wager on Russian oil

    Dec 08 2016 10:39

    A year ago Ivan Glasenberg was fighting to save his company from short sellers. Today, he is back to cutting deals that shake up global commodity markets.



    Glencore scores as Putin sells R150bn stake in Russian oil firm

    Dec 08 2016 10:13

    Russia has sold a R149bn stake in its largest oil producer to commodity trader Glencore and Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund in a triumph for President Vladimir Putin.


    SA in top 10 for electronic airfreight friendliness

    Dec 08 2016 09:42

    South Africa beat the US to be ranked 9th out of the top ten on the latest eFreight Friendliness Index released by the International Air Transport Association.

    We're talking about: SMALL BUSINESS

    From fossils to finance – that’s been the career trajectory of Dr Merrill van der Walt, a palaeontologist until recently. She is now a statistician with a difference.

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