Had Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan raised VAT, he would probably have been fired.
Gordhan’s budget was disappointing and even a bit depressing, says Jaco Leuvennink.
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When a CEO says there's room for a $20bn dividend payout, you know a company has its mojo back.
Pan African Resources is considering job cuts at its Evander gold mine, according the National Union of Mineworkers.
The speed of the mining recovery is faster than anything that’s been seen in the past decade.
The mining giant has recorded a full-year profit attributable to equity shareholders of $1.6bn, marking a bounce-back from its $5.6bn loss reported in the prior year.
Harmony Gold has announced that an employee was fatally injured at its Bambanani mine in Welkom, the company's second fatality this year.
Tormin case will decide if government’s environmental watchdog still has power when it comes to mining.
Kumba Iron Ore has put R500m into innovative technology to reduce the costs of surveying and drilling.
Anglo American Platinum has consummated the last major transaction on its way to becoming a far smaller, but more profitable company.
Anglo American’s worst mines are delivering a windfall.
Amplats has agreed to sell its 85% interest in the Union Mine in SA and 50.1% interest in MASA Chrome Company to a subsidiary of Siyanda Resources.
Anglo American Platinum has announced its results for the year ended 31 December 2016, reporting headline earnings of R1.867bn.
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Fake news is just another strand of propaganda. An expert shows how to combat it.
Obama’s farewell speeches present a cautionary tale of how South Africa could be going.
Here's a guide on how life cover works and where disability and dread disease insurance fit in.
Waking up early can boost personal productivity. Here are some tips to tackle those early starts.
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.
Sir John Parker will be stepping down as the chairperson of Anglo American.
Glencore has agreed to a $960m deal with Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler to buy out his holdings in two Congolese copper and cobalt mines.
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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