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Oil traders fill SA storage to the brim

Jul 27 2015 11:05

South Africa's 45 million barrel strategic crude reserve depot is filled to capacity, oil traders hoping prices will rise in the future, snap up storage capacity.


South Africa’s steel industry is on the ropes

Jul 26 2015 18:53

‘Bleeding’ ArcelorMittal ponders its future as it joins other role players feeling the heat of China’s oversupply


GE books R31.6bn African orders from oil to trains

Jul 26 2015 12:00

General Electric booked R31.6bn of orders from sub-Saharan Africa in the past 11 months, including oil and gas equipment and locomotives.


ArcelorMittal ‘going to fight’ Chinese steel imports

Jul 24 2015 07:26

ArcelorMittal South Africa says it’s “going to fight” subsidised steel from China, the biggest steel producer that is shipping excess output overseas.


Evraz Steel could lay off 1 000 workers

Jul 21 2015 20:09

Evraz could lay off more than 1 000 workers after temporarily ceasing the production of steel due to depressed prices and competition from Chinese imports.


Rolls-Royce wins engine contracts worth $2.23bn

Jul 21 2015 17:37

British engineering company Rolls-Royce, under pressure after successive profit warnings, says its aero-engine business has won new contracts worth $2.23bn.


Bidvest flushes bid from SAA

Jul 19 2015 19:00

An approach by an SAA director requesting that Bidvest transfer 30% of its aircraft-toilet-cleaning subsidiary business to an SAA-nominated black-owned small business has been politely but firmly kicked into touch.


Problems in metals sector bad news for SA

Jul 19 2015 16:07

If the South African metals and engineering sector were a hospital patient, it would be in intensive care, and doctors would be advising its relatives to be merciful and pull the plug.


ArcelorMittal turns to rabbits to go green

Jul 19 2015 15:05

The company will spend €1.1 billion (R14.8 billion) to turn carbon monoxide into ethanol using a microbe normally found in the gut of rabbits.


No rift with CEO, but CFO action surprised - SAA

Jul 19 2015 13:35

Suggestions that there is mistrust at the top levels of South African Airways is an exaggeration of the greatest proportions, says SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali.

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Mistrust at SAA top level - report

Jul 19 2015 10:32

SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni has told chief financial officer Wolf Meyer and acting CEO Nico Bezuidenhout that she no longer trusts them, according to a report.


SAA denies reports that it will replace acting CEO

Jul 17 2015 16:25

SAA has denied reports that acting CEO Nico Bezuidenhout will be replaced by a new acting CEO soon.

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