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Saturday, 25 October 2014
This Morning's Headlines
Golding won't go down without a fight
Marcel Golding, CEO of, won't bow out of the media company without a fight with his old friends, claiming that the real reason behind his suspension is political.
In the news
Township business set for cash injection
The government is in the process of launching a fund to support the informal business sector, especially in the townships, the presidency says.
Oliphant: Govt intervention in labour strife risky
Government involvement in industrial relations operational matters is undesirable and poses a danger labour institutions, says Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant.
Zuma cancels UK trip
President Jacob Zuma will not be going to the United Kingdom to attend the a Brics conference, the presidency says.
Latest News
Navy strike stalls
Italy strikes against Renzi labour reforms
Putin hopes for Russia-Ukraine gas deal
Greece's labour unions to hold mass strike
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Hundreds of Telkom managers leave
Most expensive pad in SA makes UK waves
Zuma cancels UK trip
As it happened: boss challenges suspension
Too many cooks in Post Office strike kitchen
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Labour Q&A with Terry Bell
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The truth behind the Post Office fiasco
Sapo has been badly damaged - not by greedy workers and belligerent unions, but by mismanagement, says Terry Bell in his Inside Labour column.
Leaders need economics 101
It's high time for politicians to bone up on economic issues, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Markets Data »   View full markets data
SA Indices Level % Change
Top 40 42 714.44 -0.48%
All Share 47 967.03 -0.29%
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World Markets Level % Change
DOW IND 16 805.41 +0.76%
FTSE 100 6 388.73 -0.47%
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Commodities Price % Change
GOLD $1 230.77 +0.16%
OIL $ 86.20 +1.79%
PLATINUM $1 250.50 -0.20%
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Currencies Price % Change
ZAR/EUR R 13.86 -0.47%
ZAR/GBP R 17.59 -0.42%
ZAR/USD R 10.93 -0.70%
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SA Equities Top 100
Selected from the SA Equities Top 100 by market cap.
Winners Price % Change
KAP Kap Industrial Holdi... R4.39 4.52
BAT Brait Se R75.20 4.23
SGL Sibanye Gold Limited R23.88 3.87
GFI Gold Fields Limited R40.00 3.63
PFG Pioneer Food Group L... R116.39 2.47
Losers Price % Change
ASR Assore Limited R210.32 -4.43
ACL Arcelormittal South ... R34.51 -3.68
LHC Life Healthcare Grou... R41.70 -2.36
MUR Murray & Roberts Hol... R22.87 -2.35
AGL Anglo American Plc R230.37 -2.28
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Company News
DRDGold share price jumps on quarterly report
Africa's fashion influence increasing
Cadbury Nigeria profit falls 57%
Amplats operations shake off strike blues
More officials quit over Total CEO crash
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