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Clicks performs despite load shedding

Apr 23 2015 12:23

The Clicks Group says it has continued to trade well despite a depressed consumer environment and load shedding.


'Perfect' diamond mined in SA could fetch $25m

Apr 21 2015 19:02

An eye-popping 100-carat diamond will be the highlight of a magnificent jewels sale in New York and could sell for up to $25m, Sotheby's auction house says.


Steinhoff to buy remaining JD Group shares for R1.2bn

Apr 21 2015 15:13

Steinhoff, which last year agreed to buy Pepkor for R62.94bn, has said it would buy out fellow investors in furniture chain JD Group, offering R34 per share for the 13.22% stake.


L’Oreal sales rise to offset Europe slow growth

Apr 21 2015 11:30

L’Oreal SA has reported a 14% increase in sales as a weaker euro helped compensate for “sluggish” growth in western Europe.


UK supermarkets face possible probe

Apr 21 2015 10:30

Britain's embattled supermarkets face a probe by competition regulators after a UK consumer watchdog demanded an investigation into grocers' pricing practices.


Cost cuts lift Pick n Pay full-year profit

Apr 21 2015 08:38

Pick n Pay has posted a 28% rise in full-year profit, helping grow dividend payouts for the first time in four years as cost cuts offset slack consumer spending.


Bain in talks with Edcon funders

Apr 20 2015 20:16

Bain Capital, the US private equity firm that owns Edcon, is in talks with the retailer’s biggest funders to refinance debt.


Burberry to adjust prices to offset coin swings

Apr 15 2015 15:59

Burberry will adjust prices in response to currency fluctuations and similar moves by rivals as it posted a forecast-beating 9% rise in revenue.


Wiese praises SA's progress

Apr 13 2015 17:04

Despite its problems, South Africa is better off than it was 21 years ago, says business tycoon Christo Wiese, controlling shareholder of Shoprite.


Ricci perfumes heiress guilty in tax fraud case

Apr 13 2015 15:30

A Paris court has found the heiress of the Nina Ricci perfume and fashion business guilty of tax fraud in a high-profile trial.

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Pick n Pay shares head for biggest year-gain

Apr 10 2015 12:42

Pick n Pay is heading for its biggest gain in a year in Johannesburg trading after fiscal-2015 earnings per share rose as much as 50%.


Pick n Pay partner opens new store amid $50m suit

Apr 10 2015 11:25

Retail and hotel group Meikles Limited is proceeding with its $50m suit against the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, and has opened a new Pick n Pay store in Harare.

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