Funding of two new coal IPPs in SA under threat

Two new coal independent power producer projects, Thabametsi and Khanyisa, are at risk of not being completed should funding be revoked.

Gigaba accused of undermining Ramaphosa

Tourism industry slams 'confusing' visa message.

Investor sentiment towards Pepkor changes

Is the fall in Pepkor's share price the beginning of another nasty smoke-and-mirrors surprise?

Lenders give Steinhoff's Jooste more time to pay his debts

Lenders have given the ex-CEO until March 31, 2019 to repay the R959 million he owes.

Darfoor dismissal raises questions about 'Ambition 2022' plan at Alex Forbes

Does the vision change? Do the financial targets change?

Sassa 'agrees' to Post Office’s increased social grant fees

But social development minister Susan Shabangu is yet to confirm and agree to a monthly fee structure.

Nigeria sees 'happy' resolution to $8.1bn dispute with MTN

Nigerian authorities are changing their tone after coming under criticism that the impasse with MTN and various lenders threatened to spook investors.

New land-reform council a 'sage move' by Ramaphosa

Economic growth now is the ‘absolute must’, but it cannot come in an uncertain land-policy environment, notes Agbiz CEO Dr John Purchase.

'New-look Aveng will be profitable'

Revenue up R7.1bn, non-core assets to be sold.

Ascendis nurses itself back to Health

A new strategy aims to deliver 25% Ebitda growth by 2023.

SA portfolio inflows plummet in second quarter

Global investors are scaling back their allocations towards EMs as worries about the health of the Turkish and Argentinian economies grew.

Alex Forbes CEO fired

Board has lost faith in him.

Why markets snubbed Ramaphosa’s stimulus plan

There is deep scepticism about whether government has the capacity to spark any meaningful economic activity.

We pay our taxes, says cigarette maker

Gold Leaf Tobacco says it has paid more than R8.2bn in excise duties over the last 12 years.

SA's Financial Intelligence Centre feels weight of its own ability

Budget limitations constrain it.

Cosatu misses its chance to put workers' interests back on the table

With politics firmly in the spotlight, issues affecting the rank-and-file right member are left to suffer.

Why Naspers is a value stock

It's not all about the P/E.

Concerns mount over Eskom’s medium-term system adequacy outlook

Questions are being raised about the ability of the electricity supply industry in SA to meet demand in the next five years.

SAA CEO sees progress on 2021 plan to profit

Despite high fuel prices.

Barrick Gold agrees to buy rival Randgold in all-share deal

New Barrick Group will have a combined market value of $18 billion.

The legalities around customary marriage in SA

The practice of lobola is an ingrained cultural part of the way many South Africans get married, but what's tradition and what’s a legal marriage?

Alcohol abuse kills 3 million a year, most of them men - WHO

Global consumption of alcohol is predicted to rise in the next 10 years.



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