• Inside Labour

    The 'casualisation' of the workforce is often a ploy to cut costs, says Terry Bell.

  • When drones go dancing

    Drone technology's future is about to come to life in Cape Town, says Arthur Goldstuck.

  • Testing times for Matona

    New Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona has his work out cut out for him, says Mzwandile Jacks.

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Truworths meets expectations, shares surge

Aug 21 2014 19:00

Truworths has broadly met forecasts with a slight growth in annual profit, though the increase was at its slowest pace since 1999.


Edcon reports R6.6bn in quarterly sales

Aug 21 2014 14:18

Unlisted retailer Edcon has posted a 5.7% rise in retail sales to R6.6bn for the quarter ended June 28 2014.


Pick n Pay ups Zim investments

Aug 21 2014 14:21

Supermarket chain Pick n Pay has released $40m split towards funding for an additional equity share and refurbishments of Zimbabwean retailer TM Supermarkets.


Russia ramps up McDonald's scrutiny

Aug 21 2014 11:39

Russia's state food safety watchdog has begun unscheduled checks in several regions, a day after four branches in Moscow were shuttered by the same agency.


Fur fury over Investec tenant

Aug 21 2014 08:11

An animal rights activist has spent years raising awareness over a luxury clothing shop selling fur, but Investec says they see nothing wrong with the business.


Watchdog shuts four McDonald's restaurants

Aug 20 2014 19:38

A consumer watchdog has ordered four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow to be temporarily closed after repeatedly violating sanitary rules.


Swedish giant to open at V&A Waterfront

Aug 20 2014 15:00

A Swedish retailer has confirmed that it will be opening a South African store in Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront in 2015.


Massmart sees lower earnings, shares plunge

Aug 20 2014 11:33

Massmart Holdings, the SA unit of Wal-Mart Stores, says its first-half earnings have fallen, sending the retailer's shares lower.


Elizabeth Arden posts biggest ever loss

Aug 19 2014 19:15

Elizabeth Arden has recorded its biggest quarterly loss due to a steep fall in sales of celebrity perfumes, particularly the Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift brands.


Heinz to tighten supplier controls in China

Aug 19 2014 12:34

US foodmaker HJ Heinz will tighten controls over suppliers in China after it was forced to recall some infant food products from Chinese store shelves.

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Shoprite's profit growth lags consensus

Aug 19 2014 10:13

Shoprite has missed estimates with a 3.3% rise in full-year profit as consumers battling high personal debt and rising prices cut spending.


China lead contamination scare hits Heinz

Aug 19 2014 09:48

US foodmaker HJ Heinz has recalled some infant food products in China after a report that they contained excessive levels of lead.

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