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SAA's losses balloon to R4.5bn

Mar 27 2017 19:33

SAA’s losses have escalated once more - to R4.5bn. This is R1bn higher than reported just ten days ago, the national carrier's latest income statement to parliament reveals.


Patel: No timeframe yet for IDC/NEF marriage

Mar 27 2017 18:39

There is no timeline yet for the proposed amalgamation of the Industrial Development Corporation and the National Empowerment Fund, says Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel.


Davies: We pulled out all stops for R4bn titanium project

Mar 26 2017 17:30

Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies says his department has been hard at work for the upcoming launch of a R4bn titanium beneficiation project.


Pipes manufacturers colluded - Competition Tribunal

Mar 26 2017 15:24

The Competition Tribunal has confirmed that two pipes manufacturers colluded between 2007 and 2012 to divide markets in South Africa.


Media24's Novus scoops prestigious training award

Mar 24 2017 12:59

Novus Academy has won the Gold award in the Best Artisan Development Programme, small to medium enterprise category at a ceremony in Pretoria.


Letter from Gordhan: SAA to get new CEO soon

Mar 23 2017 19:37

The process of appointing a new chief executive officer for SA Airways is expected to be finalised in a matter of days, states a letter from Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.


China firm to buy Chevron SA assets

Mar 22 2017 20:14

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. agreed to buy Chevron's South African assets for about $900m as part of its plan to expand in international markets.


SAA will continue to lease aircraft, says board

Mar 20 2017 14:20

The SAA board says the national carrier will continue to lease aircraft in the foreseeable future as it is “simply not in a position” to buy them.


Myeni is puzzled why SAA execs are sitting on draft action plan

Mar 20 2017 07:21

SAA chair Dudu Myeni has questioned why her executives are not finalising and acting on a plan to respond to a damning 2015 forensics report into procurement and contracting.


Former Prasa boss loses court bid for intervention

Mar 19 2017 07:03

The Pretoria High Court has dismissed an intervention application lodged by the former acting CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA Collins Letsoalo.

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REVEALED: SAA bleeding billions more than first reported

Mar 17 2017 13:21

SAA has revised its budgeted loss forecast for 2016/17 to R3.5bn from an earlier estimate of R1.7bn, documents sent to Parliamentarians reveal.


AfriSam CEO to step down amid PPC merger talks

Mar 17 2017 13:54

AfriSam chief executive officer Stephan Olivier is stepping down when his contract ends as the company revived talks to merge with PPC.

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