• Conflict over water, coal

    SA's leaders have upped their support of the water-intensive coal industry, says Keith Schneider.

  • Cost of doing business

    The world can't afford the $4.7trn a year in environmental costs of business, says Mandi Smallhorne.

  • Voter paralysis

    With so much tilting voters against change, democratic reason is the loser, says Solly Moeng.

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Famous Brands profits up as sales rise

May 30 2016 10:15

Famous Brands, South Africa's biggest fast-food restaurant chain, has reported a 16% rise in profits, its fifteenth consecutive year of growth.


Milk pricing in big supermarkets questioned

May 29 2016 20:45

The market position of smaller independent milk producers in South Africa remains precarious, according to a retail price watchdog.


UK boost for Foschini sales

May 27 2016 18:35

The Foschini Group has posted an increase of 31.2% in retail sales, with the group's UK fashion brand Phase Eight surpassing expectations.


Massmart to open 13 new stores in 2016 despite tough conditions

May 26 2016 10:41

Massmart says it will open 13 stores in 2016, despite tough economic trading conditions caused by high inflation and low economic growth in South Africa.


Investors ditch Starbucks SA owner amid profit slump

May 25 2016 10:43

Starbucks owner Taste Holdings’ ambitious plans to fund expansion and the implementation of a corporate store ownership strategy saw its year-end profits dive in 2016.


Lewis, hit by new credit rules, sees 26.5% profit drop

May 25 2016 08:38

The Lewis Group has posted a 26.5% fall in profits, due to tough trading conditions and the introduction of new affordability assessment regulations by the NCR.


Sustainable certification worth it - Fairtrade

May 24 2016 16:16

As consumers become more discerning, all aspects of systems in the supply chain need to be accountable, says Arianna Baldo, executive director of Fairtrade SA.


Tiger sees SA consumers under pressure as costs rise

May 24 2016 10:09

Tiger Brands says the risk of higher inflation will place pressure on consumers as it raises prices in an attempt to offset costs following record maize prices.

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Pioneer seeks cost cuts even as profit gains

May 23 2016 18:38

Pioneer Food Group will look to curtail costs as it sees the local environment “remaining difficult” amid high corn prices and a weak rand.


Retailers look to Africa to survive volatile SA market

May 23 2016 17:52

South African retail giants and fast moving consumer goods manufacturers are expanding into Africa and consolidating operations to reduce reliance on the local market

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