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Poultry industry takes on US chicken quota as court case brews

Sep 17 2018 15:57

The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) wants the government to review the quota of US poultry imports, following the imposition of tariffs on local aluminium and steel products.


H&M sales beat estimates as Swedish retailer boosted discounts

Sep 17 2018 09:55

Hennes & Mauritz’s sales have beat the highest analyst estimate as the Swedish fashion retailer offered discounts to clear out inventory.


The war for Choppies

Sep 16 2018 10:01

Zimbabwean shareholders in the Botswana-based multinational grocery and general merchandise retailer Choppies Enterprises have accused the company’s other shareholders of trying to 'capture' them like the 'Guptas did in South Africa'.


Pepkor takes action against Tekkie Town founders

Sep 11 2018 19:43

Steinhoff's Africa retail business Pepkor has filed a court order against former executives at shoe retailer Tekkie Town to prevent them setting up a rival operation, the latest development in a bitter dispute.


Richemont appoints new CEO

Sep 10 2018 08:32

The luxury jewelry and watchmaker announced the appointment of Jérôme Lambert as its new group chief executive officer with immediate effect.


Spur sees stronger growth but consumer boycott casts long shadow

Sep 06 2018 14:08

The restaurant franchise chain posted strong growth in the fourth quarter of the financial year, but the group’s flagship brand still ended with lower sales than in 2017 due to a controversial consumer boycott.


ANALYSIS: Steinhoff's Markus Jooste's three-tiered defence

Sep 05 2018 19:11

Ten months after the disastrous week in December when the Stellenbosch-based behemoth of a company was forced to its knees, former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste seems to be emboldened.


Jooste pins Steinhoff collapse on businessman Andreas Seifert

Sep 05 2018 16:10

Steinhoff’s former CEO Markus Jooste has blamed the collapse of the share price on market uncertainty created by the delayed release of the 2017 financial statements due to allegations of accounting irregularities by a former business associate.

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WATCH: Markus Jooste starts his testimony in Parliament

Sep 05 2018 10:04

The former Steinhoff CEO is speaking publicly for the first time since he abruptly resigned from the company he ran amid an accounting scandal.


WRAP: Jooste washes hands of Steinhoff collapse

Sep 05 2018 09:20

At no point in former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste's testimony before Parliament, did he take responsibility for the fallout at the retailer.

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