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African Bank says a significant increase in unsecured lending in the market introduced unacceptable risk among its customer base.
Big wage hikes demanded by mine unions pushed the rand to a four year low, highlighting the ripple effect of the prospect of more turmoil in the industry.
Trade union Solidarity, which represents mostly skilled workers, says it wants 10% pay increases for its members from gold and coal producers ahead of wage talks.
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Private hospital group Netcare reported a 23.2% increase in diluted headline earnings per share to 64.2c for the six months to March 31‚ driven in part by a weak rand.
The National Energy Regulator of SA has granted Eskom a licence for its Sere wind farm in the Western Cape, the power parastatal says.
The Dudula Rail consortium has withdrawn its legal action against the Passenger Rail Agency of SA over a tender, according to a report.
Vodacom has reported a 23% rise in full-year profit underpinned by a strong performance by its African subsidiaries and growth in data usage.
HTC CEO Peter Chou announced the company's new smartphone "HTC J One" equipped with a 4.7-inch LCD display and a 4 mega-pixel camera with photo retouching software. (AFP)
The mining and financial sectors of the JSE have come under heavy selling pressure keeping the overall market weaker despite a positive international trend.
South African bonds have been weaker on a softer rand and certain wage demands being made which are ten times higher than inflation.
Work resumed at Lonmin's platinum mine in Rustenburg, in the North West, following a wildcat strike, the company says.
Pioneer Food Group has reported a 0.6% decline in adjusted headline earnings per share to 218c for the six months ended March.
Miner and equipment leaser Protech Khutele's headline earnings per share grew to 3.9 cents per share from a loss of 1c per share in the year to February.
Industrial group Barloworld boosted first-half profit by a third, as a solid results in its Russian mining equipment business offset slack demand at home.
China's human H7N9 bird flu outbreak has cost the country's poultry industry more than $65bn as consumers shun chicken, government officials say.
The yen edged higher after Japan's economics minister said further weakness in the yen could harm households, while Asian shares rose.
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The rand has lost strength due to thin liquidity and a general trend weaker due to continuing labour tension in the mining sector.
SA Roadlink has reached a settlement with FirstRand bank and will not be liquidated, it was reported.
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