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Conduit Capital’s Jason Druian resigns from board

24 Mar 2015 /    
With effect from 23 March 2015.

Online platform ‘Open Humans’ launches to share DNA, other data

24 Mar 2015 /  Reuters  
For people eager to share personal information beyond what's on their Facebook profile.

Capitec FY profit rises 26% after main competitor fails

24 Mar 2015 /  Renee Bonorchis  
Final dividend of 590 cents per share.

Analyst predicts Apple will hit a $1 trillion market cap

24 Mar 2015 /  Bloomberg News  
That's one big apple.

Beijing to close all major coal power plants

24 Mar 2015 /  Bloomberg News  
Curbing pollution.

Grain farmers want land-ownership cap plan ditched

24 Mar 2015 /  Andre Janse van Vuuren and Tshepiso Mokhema, Bloomberg   1
As it will affect food production.

Ramaphosa, business meet on Eskom

24 Mar 2015 /  Sapa  
To discuss electricity supply constraints and other issues affecting the utility company.

The top 15 economies winning in global trade

24 Mar 2015 /  Andre Tartar and A Catarina Saraiva, Bloomberg  
Asian tigers meet European exporters at the top of the ladder.

ABB wins $160m South Africa order after Alstom exit

23 Mar 2015 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg  
ABB will supply a complete control and instrumentation solution for the Kusile power plant.

Cameron says he won’t seek third term as UK Prime Minister

23 Mar 2015 /  Bloomberg News   1
Says “fresh leadership would be good.”

Rand strongest in two weeks on buoyant euro

23 Mar 2015 /  Reuters  
Although the local currency's strength could be 'short-lived' as the dollar is 'still in vogue'.

Shares slip, MTN tumbles after trading ex-dividend

23 Mar 2015 /  Reuters  
Johannesburg's mining index was up 1.7% led by African Rainbow Minerals.

ConCourt to hear NCA validity dispute

23 Mar 2015 /    
Chevron argues a section enjoining a full refund, arbitrarily deprives it of property.

Phone companies stockpile fuel

23 Mar 2015 /  Chris Spillane, Bloomberg  
As networks suffer during prolonged blackouts.

SA unlikely to raise rates until Q4 – poll

23 Mar 2015 /  Vuyani Ndaba, Reuters  
The Sarb has kept its benchmark rate at 5.75% since July last year.

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