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    Move on workers' pensions and you'll almost certainly meet with anger - and action

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    A business can institutionalise its own culture in rational and effective ways, says Ian Mann.

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    What the ANC wants and what SA needs are not always the same thing, says Solly Moeng.


PICS: An inside look at the $24m mansion a coffee company heir built

Feb 16 2018 11:00

Jose Enrique Souto, heir to the Rowland Coffee fortune, built his dream house. Four years later, he’s selling it.


Ramaphosa brings fresh hope to embattled mining sector - Peter Leon

Feb 18 2018 15:10

Mining expert Peter Leon believes South Africa’s mining sector could have a prosperous future ahead of it, now that the changing of the guard has taken place.


Cape Town businesses aim to be free of municipal water supply

Feb 18 2018 11:57

Boreholes, hand sanitisers and waste water replace the fresh resource on film sets and building sites.


Analysis & Opinion


A truly radical SONA would tackle the land grab question

A new regime should recognise that truly bold action is required: to rethink...


Zwane's mining moves resulted in decline and disillusionment - analyst

As Mining Minister Mosebenzi Zwane sits in the exit lounge, his lame duck...

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Pensions - the trigger for worker action

There are demands for transparency amid evidence that the PIC may have...


BOOK REVIEW: Spotlight on company culture

A business can formulate a culture that supports its strategy with ease...


Zuma recall highlights country needs versus party priorities

Cyril Ramaphosa needs to wake up to the reality that what the ANC wants...

In other news

US stocks gain for 5th straight day, Dow +1.2%

Feb 16 2018 07:44

Wall Street stocks have enjoyed more solid gains, climbing for a fifth straight session and shrugging off fresh data showing higher inflation.

Global stocks gain ground as inflation panic cools

Feb 16 2018 07:32

World stock markets have pushed higher as investors continued to regain confidence after worries about inflation led to brutal selling earlier in the month.

Asia markets higher as volatility fears ease

Feb 16 2018 07:28

Asian stock markets have edged higher in thin holiday trade, led by gains in Tokyo, as volatility eased after last week's roller-coaster ride in the markets.

Online child sex-abuse linked to falling phone prices

Feb 15 2018 20:53

Wider access to smartphones and super-fast internet access are giving rise to a disturbing trend: a surge in on-demand, live-streaming online child sexual abuse.

LG to launch AI into wider range of smartphones at Barcelona congress

Feb 15 2018 15:12

Electronics manufacturer LG is expected to launch a range of artificial intelligence features for its smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, later this month.

Nestlé opens door to L'Oreal stake sale as growth slumps

Feb 15 2018 11:37

Nestlé SA has opened the door to a possible sale of its L’Oreal SA stake in a move that would help CEO Mark Schneider sharpen its portfolio after the weakest sales growth in more than 20 years.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
BAT Brait SeR45.21R2.796.58%
ITE Italtile LimitedR15.45R0.926.33%
RCL Rcl Foods LimitedR18.15R0.643.66%
FBR Famous Brands LimitedR119.00R4.063.53%
EXX Exxaro Resources LimitedR150.00R5.003.45%
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
FFB Fortress Reit LimitedR18.20R-2.20-10.78%
RES Resilient Reit LimitedR76.25R-8.50-10.03%
NRP Nepi Rockcastle PlcR112.23R-7.27-6.08%
KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR332.15R-14.70-4.24%
REM Remgro LimitedR228.50R-10.00-4.19%
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