• Busting Uber myths

    The ehailing firm is constantly trying, succeeding - and sometimes failing, says Ian Mann.

  • Trapped in a democracy

    The very people elected to bring benefits to all are undermining SA, says Solly Moeng.

  • Marikana spectre

    Five years after the bloody massacre calls for justice are growing louder, says Terry Bell.


Nigeria seeks to diversify from oil with $41bn of rail

Aug 16 2017 12:28

Nigeria has started a $41bn railway expansion to reduce dependence on oil and diversify its struggling economy by improving transport links.


Lufthansa supports restructuring of airberlin

Aug 15 2017 14:49

In order to continue with its restructuring, airberlin has filed a provisional insolvency proceeding in self-administration.


Gigaba will engage with FNB CEO over SAA boycott

Aug 15 2017 17:00

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba will engage with FNB CEO Jacques Celliers following his declaration that he will no longer fly with South African Airways.


New Group Five board expects even greater loss

Aug 14 2017 17:06

Group Five’s new board, complete with a new chairperson, amended its expected headline earnings per share loss for the year ended 30 June 2017 from R5.90 to R8.70.


ConCourt ends four year scrap metal legal battle

Aug 14 2017 18:44

The Constitutional Court has dismissed an application by SA metal Group to challenge the state’s scrap metal export provisions.


Comair expects higher earnings per share

Aug 14 2017 14:43

Comair has advised shareholders that earnings per share are expected to be between 49% and 68% higher than those reported for the year ending 30 June 2016.


Imperial to shelve sale of R2bn chemicals unit - Bloomberg sources

Aug 14 2017 15:57

Imperial Holdings has shelved the sale of a German agro-chemical-ingredient business after potential buyers didn’t meet the South African company's R2bn valuation.


Cyberattack strikes Absolut vodka company's office in London - Bloomberg sources

Aug 09 2017 18:30

Pernod Ricard has suffered a cyberattack at its London office, forcing some UK employees of the French distiller to turn in their computers to be checked for infection, sources told Bloomberg.


BAT sells second-biggest global bond issue of 2017

Aug 09 2017 08:24

British American Tobacco sold the second-largest bond deal of the year to finance its purchase of the portion of Reynolds American that it didn’t already own.

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Over R18m pay cut for Diageo boss as performance lags

Aug 09 2017 20:30

Diageo has cut the pay of two top executives after the distiller missed targets, joining other UK firms in reining in management awards amid political and investor calls for restraint.


Coal plants might be even more toxic than we thought

Aug 09 2017 21:30

Scientists studying the aftermath of a massive coal-ash spill in North Carolina have discovered a byproduct of the fossil fuel that may pose human health risks.

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