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MPs give Denel chair Mantsha a drubbing

May 24 2017 11:40

Denel board chairperson Dan Mantsha has received a longue-lashing from MPs for disrespecting the institution and not being forthcoming with information.


GM exit was fait accompli - Davies

May 24 2017 05:00

General Motors’ decision to exit South Africa was a fait accompli and there was nothing government could do to reverse the decision, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.


Ford shakeup underscores Detroit's tech dilemmas

May 23 2017 20:42

Ford's decision to oust its CEO is the latest sign of how Silicon Valley technology firms are shaking the foundation of the American auto industry.


Transport minister warns Prasa board to toe the line

May 23 2017 17:10

Newly appointed Transport Minister Joe Mawanganyi has warned the Prasa board that it shouldn’t occupy the media space for the 'wrong reasons.'


Civil aviation audit puts SA tops in Africa

May 22 2017 20:12

Minister of Transport Joe Maswanganyi announced the ICAO 2017 prelimenary audit results at the OR Tambo International Airport.


Kubayi: new refinery will boost SA industrialisation

May 22 2017 19:18

A new oil refinery will aid SA’s industrialisation and make it less reliant on imports which are highly exposed to foreign exchange fluctuations, says the Energy Department.


BP starts oil project that will help double its output

May 22 2017 12:44

BP has started a project in the UK North Sea that will restore production halted since 2013 and help double the company’s output in the area by the end of the decade.


Carmakers committed to SA despite GM's exit

May 22 2017 11:46

Despite General Motors’ decision to dis-invest from South Africa, remaining carmakers say they are still committed to the local market.


Fresh SAA tender scandal comes as Treasury stalls tabling reports

May 22 2017 09:14

The latest report of corruption at SAA comes as Parliament’s oversight of the state-owned airline battles to gain sight of a variety of investigative reports.


Pioneer Food profit slumps as drought takes its toll

May 22 2017 08:02

Pioneer Food’s six-month profit decreased by 47% as costs increased by 10% due to the need to import maize as a result of South Africa’s drought.

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GM’s exit won’t spark more divestment

May 21 2017 08:27

The withdrawal of General Motors (GM) from South Africa is unlikely to be the harbinger of a larger divestment from the heavily incentivised automotive sector.


Gupta-linked VR Laser Asia eyes R2bn from Denel

May 21 2017 07:10

A company with Gupta ties hopes to rake in more than R2bn profit over the next 10 years in a deal with state-owned arms manufacturer Denel.

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