• Privatisation tweet

    A probe into a tweet by Tesla chairperson and CEO Elon Musk may open pandora's box.

  • State Capture Inquiry

    Nedbank says ex-Mining Minister Mosebenzi Zwane sought to keep Gupta accounts open.

  • Tighter rules

    'Corporate scandals, rumours and innuendo' has prompted the JSE to plan new listing rules.


Denel seeks equity partners to revive funds

Sep 19 2018 21:06

Denel is seeking equity partners along the lines of its relationship with Germany’s Rheinmetall Waffe Munition as the state arms maker seeks to recover from a liquidity crisis.


Gupta associate in court battle over Tegeta shares

Sep 19 2018 17:25

Charles King SA has launched a court application to stop the sale of Tegeta's shares or assets until a dispute over the sale of shares agreement is settled.


Qatar Airways files $69m loss amid Gulf crisis

Sep 18 2018 20:55

Qatar Airways has posted a net loss of over $69m in the year to March 2018, blaming the "illegal blockade" against Doha by a Saudi-led bloc of countries.


Ex-Transnet board member fails to prove Gordhan was racist to dismiss him

Sep 18 2018 18:35

An application by former Transnet director Seth Radebe to set aside Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan's decision to remove him, has failed.


Comair flies high after efficiency strategy pays off

Sep 18 2018 19:08

Comair CEO Erik Venter talks to Fin24 about the record earnings for the financial year ended June 30 2018, despite challenging trade conditions.


Court throws out Numsa application against VR Laser auction

Sep 18 2018 18:01

The High Court in Johannesburg has thrown out an urgent application by the National Union of Metalworkers of SA to try and prevent the sale of assets of VR Laser Services.


Solidarity confident of permission to strike after court ruling

Sep 17 2018 13:28

Trade union Solidarity says it has again applied for permission to embark on a one-day sympathy strike in protest against a black economic empowerment share scheme impacting some of its members at Sasol.


Solidarity accuses Sasol of being 'reckless' as strike drags on

Sep 16 2018 18:20

Solidarity accuses Sasol of compromising safety by making workers who are not properly trained to replace its striking members at the Sasolburg plant.


Payment disputes keep Baic SA closed

Sep 16 2018 09:25

The work stoppage over contractual and non-payment disputes entered its third week at the Baic SA car manufacturing project at the Coega special economic zone (SEZ) near Port Elizabeth.

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Contractual issues resolved at BAIC plant in PE - Chinese management company

Sep 13 2018 22:34

An agreement has been reached between a Chinese construction management company and contractors at the manufacturing facility of Chinese automaker BAIC outside Port Elizabeth.


Eskom, other SOEs still pose risk to SA - Moody's panel

Sep 13 2018 18:00

There have been changes at Eskom, Transnet and other SOEs, but not enough has been done to reduce the risk they pose to the economy, it emerged at ratings agency Moody's sub-Saharan Africa conference.

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