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Lufthansa announces acquisition

Sep 28 2016 16:02

The supervisory board of Lufthansa has approved the exercising of a call option to acquire the remaining shares in SN Airholding.


Maserati SA solidifies itself as independent Italian brand

Sep 28 2016 14:39

Wheels24's Charlen Raymond paid Maserati's Cape Town dealership a visit to find out what's next for the famous Italian carmaker.


Anheuser-Busch InBev clinches R1.4trn SABMiller deal

Sep 28 2016 13:00

Anheuser-Busch InBev has clinched its $103bn takeover of SABMiller after the British brewer’s investors approved the deal, sealing the union of the world’s two biggest beermakers.


Fizzy drinks maker bitter over sugar tax

Sep 27 2016 21:17

Soft drinks giant AG Barr, maker of Scotland's famous Irn-Bru fizzy drink, has slammed the British government over its proposed sugar tax, as it reported falling sales.


Acsa tightlipped about minority shareholder allegations

Sep 28 2016 07:25

Acsa has refused to respond to questions following legal action from two minority equity partners, who reportedly claimed it is holding them “economically hostage”.


Most SABMiller votes said to back AB InBev takeover bid

Sep 27 2016 15:47

Most SABMiller investors voting by proxy have supported Anheuser-Busch InBev’s R1.4bn takeover offer in advance of a shareholder meeting.


VW scandal spreading to Audi

Sep 27 2016 10:30

Volkswagen’s attempts to contain the fallout from the emissions cheating have suffered a setback after Audi lost a key engineer tainted by the scandal.


Acsa’s BEE partners head to court

Sep 25 2016 07:51

Two of the empowerment partners of Airports Company South Africa are heading to court because they claim the parastatal is holding them “economically hostage”.


Acsa posts R1.9bn profit

Sep 23 2016 17:01

The introduction of new routes, growing passenger numbers from Europe and Asia and the performance of its non-aeronautical operations have boosted the company's results.

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Myeni takes a backseat at parly briefing on SAA

Sep 20 2016 15:10

The much-anticipated showdown between Parliament and SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni got off to a flat start when Myeni arrived almost two hours late for the meeting.

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