No political figure seems to have the guts to speak out against Dudu Myeni, says Solly Moeng.
Ian Mann takes a look at the war between digital music and the compact disc.
It's time for businesses to stop thinking consumers are gullible, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Anglo American, the second-worst performer in the benchmark FTSE 100 this year, could raise more than $10bn by selling its De Beers diamond business, according to HSBC Holdings.
A Gold Fields executive has offered a frank assessment of the company’s only remaining SA mine, describing it as a “broken” business burning through R1bn a year.
At least 18 months, but three years at the most. That’s how much of a reprieve Lonmin has before its cash flow will dry up and it will have to find new money sources again.
Lonmin shareholders have provisionally approved the company's proposal to raise $407m in a share issue.
Gold Fields has reported improved production and lower cash outflows at its troubled South African South Deep mine, sending shares soaring more than 20%.
Royal Bafokeng Platinum is to delay the upgrade of its mine by a year as commodity prices sink to record lows.
The platinum miner is hoping 75% of its shareholders approve the biggest discount on a share issue in history, but not even the PIC’s enthusiasm is helping.
Lonmin has dived to a record low for a second day as investors fled after the platinum producer said it would sell billions of shares at a fraction of the market price.
Regulatory safety stoppages have hampered production at some of AngloGold Ashanti's South African mines, overshadowing good performance at certain operations.
Harmony has hired its former chief operating officer Peter Steenkamp to replace CEO Graham Briggs as the miner battles to cut costs and debt.
Platinum producer Lonmin has priced its R5.78bn rights issue at a 94% discount as the firm fights for survival in the face of depressed commodity prices.
Annual reports have become a marketing tool for many JSE-listed firms, says Alec Hogg
Before developing an investment strategy, you need to determine your risk tolerance.
A user wants to know which is the best investment option between ETFs vs unit trusts.
Sage International CEO Ivan Epstein believes SMEs are vital to SA’s economy.
Although Sarb's rate hike may hurt consumers, it was necessary, says an economist.
Biznews founder Alec Hogg tells us why SA is the best place to be an entrepreneur.
Warwick Wealth CEO Ian Kilbride shares tips with his fellow entrepreneurs.
Consumers often fall into the trap of thinking they have enough time to start saving.
AngloGold Ashanti, the world’s third-largest miner of the metal, has reported a quarterly loss after the metal’s price dropped and production declined.
A year ago, it seemed impossible that SA’s big steel company could be saved. Now government and other partners are trying to find a solution.
The department of telecommunications and postal services came in for severe criticism in parliament on Wednesday as it laid bare its plans to revive itself.
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