• 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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Brazil's slump hits job market

Aug 22 2014 19:30

Many of Brazil's biggest retailers, homebuilders and carmakers are cutting jobs as economy teeters on the edge of recession.


Ukraine reserves $3.1bn for winter gas

Aug 22 2014 18:00

Ukrainian state-owned gas company Naftogaz has put aside $3.1bn to buy gas for the forthcoming winter, says Prime Minister Yatseniuk.


Yellen: US job market still hampered

Aug 22 2014 17:45

US labour markets remain hampered by the effects of the great recession, the Federal Reserve should move cautiously in determining when interest rates should rise.


Scotland: HSBC warns of currency risk

Aug 22 2014 15:42

The head of banking giant HSBC has warned that uncertainty over the economic future of Scotland could lead to capital flight if it votes for independence.


UK oil output under threat

Aug 22 2014 16:45

Britain's oil industry is facing the threat of a cascade of North Sea rig closures, unless ageing platforms can urgently source more gas.


Sacci ready to make SA more inclusive

Aug 22 2014 18:14

The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry has accepted the challenge by ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe to grow SA into an inclusive society.


China retailers offers baby milk insurance

Aug 22 2014 15:15

A Chinese retailer is offering insurance to customers who buy infant milk powder, highlighting concerns in addressing food safety in the country.


Fitch leaves ratings downgrade unchanged

Aug 22 2014 13:40

The failure of African Bank would not see it lower its ratings for the five biggest SA banks as the likelihood of contagion is limited, says Fitch.


Ramaphosa tells SA not to take bribes, steal

Aug 22 2014 12:48

South Africans must not buy stolen goods, not pay bribes and not take something that does not belong to them, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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