• Inside Labour

    The 'casualisation' of the workforce is often a ploy to cut costs, says Terry Bell.

  • When drones go dancing

    Drone technology's future is about to come to life in Cape Town, says Arthur Goldstuck.

  • Testing times for Matona

    New Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona has his work out cut out for him, says Mzwandile Jacks.

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Industrial

Maersk mulls buys after dry wells

Aug 22 2014 12:43

After recent dry wells and a $1.7bn impairment, Maersk Oil is slowing down exploration globally and virtually ceasing it in Brazil and the US Gulf of Mexico.

Economy

Could shale revive China's flagging oil fields?

Aug 22 2014 12:00

There is no doubting the immense achievement that the Daqing oil fields represented, the first fields developed entirely with Chinese expertise.

Economy

LNG investment of $30bn in Mozambique

Aug 22 2014 10:55

More than $30bn will be invested initially in Mozambique's natural gas sector to build capacity to produce 20 million tonnes per year of liquefied natural gas.

Industrial

Nampak to invest $10m in Zim business

Aug 21 2014 20:08

Nampak says it will invest $10m in the next 12 months to expand its Zimbabwean business after consolidating the operations under one company.

Industrial

Lithuania, Statoil sign LNG deal

Aug 21 2014 19:15

Lithuania has signed a deal with Norway's Statoil to supply natural gas to the country's new terminal starting 2015.

Industrial

Indian firms tool up for defence orders

Aug 21 2014 14:15

Some of India's biggest companies are pouring billions of dollars into manufacturing guns, ships and tanks for the country's military.

Industrial

Icahn discloses stake in slumping Hertz

Aug 21 2014 12:15

Activist investor Carl Icahn has disclosed a large stake in Hertz and signalled plans to push for a shakeup at the slumping car-rental giant.

Industrial

Beijing expands carbon trading scheme

Aug 21 2014 11:45

The Beijing municipal government will add 120 companies to its emissions trading scheme, in a bid to strengthen control over rapid gas emissions.

Industrial

Eskom offers 'bucket of water' to put out fire

Aug 21 2014 11:26

Eskom's current pollution reduction plan is wholly inadequate and like offering one bucket of water to put out a fire, says Greenpeace.

Industrial

Power problems

Aug 21 2014 07:20

It is like an iron law: no electricity, no modern economy, says Leopold Scholtz.

Industrial

Black Business Council hails new Eskom boss

Aug 21 2014 05:00

Newly-appointed Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona is the right person for the job, the Black Business Council says.

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Economy

Sustainable building in SA in spotlight

Aug 20 2014 15:19

The building a sustainable South Africa is the theme of the annual Master Builders SA congress, taking place in September.

Industrial

Eskom announces new boss

Aug 20 2014 14:31

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has announced the appointment of Tshediso Matona as Eskom’s new CEO.

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