Had Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan raised VAT, he would probably have been fired.
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Germany’s Helmig family has been buying shares in Murray & Roberts as it explores combining the company with its own mining industry service provider, say people familiar with the matter.
Transport Minister Dipuo Peters dismissed four board members of the Airports Company SA in order to strengthened it with people with the necessary skills, says her spokesperson.
Petrochemical giant Sasol has been criticised for a lopsided deal, for which the country will not receive fair value.
The High Court has ruled in favour of Comair in a case initiated against SAA 14 years ago in respect of anti-competitive travel agent incentive schemes.
PSA Group’s proposal to buy General Motor's Opel brand quickly ran into headwinds in Germany, with political and labour leaders vowing to protect jobs and the unit’s manufacturing footprint in the country.
Heineken has reported operating profit that beat analysts’ estimates led by a sales gain in Asian markets such as Vietnam and forecast a further increase this year.
India's largest carmaker Tata Motors reported a 96% fall in quarterly profits, due to a cash ban which hit domestic business and weak sales at its luxury Jaguar Land Rover unit.
The cycle of very low yields as seen in Comair's comparative first half, partly reversed in the 6 months under review, but at the expense of passenger numbers.
Diversified industrial group KAP Industrial Holdings has reported growth across all major areas of operations in the group’s interim results.
Four board members of the Airports Company of South Africa could face the axe after Transport Minister Dipuo Peters allegedly issued notices of intent to dismiss them.
The cement companies PPC and AfriSam are engaging in merger talks, which they believe will be to the advantage of the shareholders of both firms.
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Obama’s farewell speeches present a cautionary tale of how South Africa could be going.
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A growing crisis in SA's education sector could portend a grim future for the country.
There may be others who have not yet been identified, have a lot to lose and need to hide.
Market sentiment may be driven by politicians and not central banks' monetary policies.
Seven construction firms will be concluding partnership agreements with emerging construction partner-companies, which will see them earn between R21bn and R27bn annually.
Volkswagen's "dieselgate" crisis has turned personal this week, as the German auto giant's patriarch and ex-boss Ferdinand Piech implicated his successors in the cheating scandal.
While being questioned for allegedly bribing South Korea’s president, Samsung Group’s Jay Y. Lee is locked up at a prison notorious for housing convicted billionaires, a serial killer and the hangman’s noose.
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