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    The ehailing firm is constantly trying, succeeding - and sometimes failing, says Ian Mann.

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    The very people elected to bring benefits to all are undermining SA, says Solly Moeng.

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    Five years after the bloody massacre calls for justice are growing louder, says Terry Bell.


Truworths results reflect pressure on consumer spending

Aug 17 2017 18:03

Truworths International has encountered tough economic conditions in the local and UK markets in the 53-week financial year to July 2 2017.


MultiChoice wins big at CXA awards

Aug 16 2017 20:23

The inaugural CXA Awards hosted by Kinetic, took place at the Century City Conference Centre in Cape Town.


Positive retail sales suggest a rebound in GDP

Aug 16 2017 16:46

Retail sales for June 2017 were up 2.9% over the past year, the strongest performance since November 2016, says an analyst.


Moloi-Motsepe: Why SA fashion must be nurtured

Aug 04 2017 07:00

The SA fashion industry is not yet as huge as one would like to see it, says Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe, founder of African Fashion International.


Stuttafords takes its last bow

Aug 02 2017 06:01

Stuttafords chief executive Robert Amoils gives an update on the department store, which has closed its doors now that a final bidding process has been unsuccessful.


Pick n Pay profit slumps as retailer forks out for retrenchment plan

Jul 31 2017 10:20

Pick n Pay expects half-year headline earnings per share to be down over 20%, after a voluntary severance programme in April 2017 saw the retailer cut back 10% of its roles and functions.


Adidas jumps as sneaker, sportswear sales drive profit upgrade

Jul 28 2017 10:30

Adidas shares have risen after the German sneaker maker increased its revenue and profit forecasts, helped by strong sportswear sales and brand streamlining.



Nestlé outlook for weakest sales in 20 years gives Loeb ammo

Jul 27 2017 09:45

Nestlé SA has warned that sales growth this year will be the weakest in at least two decades, giving activist investor Dan Loeb ammunition for his campaign.


Making tobacco respectable?

Aug 13 2017 06:01

iQOS, a device that heats custom-made cigarettes, might be legal to ‘smoke’ indoors, thanks to a regulatory loophole in SA’s laws.

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