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Ab InBev plans to cut 5500 jobs after SABMiller takeover

Aug 26 2016 11:37

AB InBev is expecting to cut about 3% of its enlarged workforce in the three years after its takeover of SABMiller as it seeks to maximise savings from the merger.


VW dealer accord said to add $1.2bn to scandal costs

Aug 26 2016 11:00

Volkswagen will pay about $1.2bn to reimburse US dealers for losses caused by the emissions-cheating scheme, says a person familiar with the matter.


SAA's Yakhe Kwinana can run, but she can't hide - Outa

Aug 25 2016 20:02

Outa plans to lodge a series of acts of misconduct against Yakhe Kwinana, who resigned from the SAA board, which they believe will prove her a delinquent director.


WATCH: Under-fire Gordhan reveals SAA deadlock will soon end

Aug 25 2016 09:06

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says a “good announcement” about South African Airways can be expected “shortly”, as the Hawks warn of corruption charges against him.


VW starts environmental-suit settlement talks

Aug 24 2016 13:45

Volkswagen will start negotiating with a group of US states to settle suits filed over claims the car maker violated their environmental laws.


PetroChina ekes out profit amid oil crash

Aug 24 2016 13:14

PetroChina has posted its smallest half-year profit since it was publicly listed in 2000 as the crash in oil prices continues to drag on earnings.


Denel's liquidity woes dampen positive financials

Aug 24 2016 06:12

State-owned enterprise Denel has posted positive results overall, but the defence technology company still needs to deal with liquidity hurdles.


ArcelorMittal huge threat for SA steel sector - MP

Aug 24 2016 09:35

ArcelorMittal South Africa is the biggest stumbling block to a competitive steel price industry in South Africa, says DA MP Dean McPherson.


SAA whistleblower heading to CCMA

Aug 23 2016 19:39

SAA representatives have agreed to refer a case against whistleblower Cynthia Stimpel to the CCMA, according to the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse.


ArcelorMittal in new steel pricing deal after R1.5bn fine

Aug 23 2016 20:36

ArcelorMittal, which was fined a record R1.5bn, has agreed to a new pricing model in South Africa aimed at bolstering the local steel sector and reviving the economy.



Angola govt fails to approve $1.75bn Cobalt deal

Aug 23 2016 14:00

Cobalt International Energy says the proposed $1.75bn sale of a 40% stake in two offshore oil blocks in Angola to the state oil company has been terminated.


AB InBev vote: SABMiller investors to be treated separately

Aug 23 2016 13:16

A high court has ruled that SABMiller’s two biggest investors should be treated separately to others when voting on Anheu ser-Busch InBev NV’s takeover offer.

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