You are currently viewing our desktop site, do you want to download our app instead?
Moneyweb Android App Moneyweb iOS App Moneyweb Mobile Web App

NEW SENS search and JSE share prices

More about the app


LATEST Fast News  

iPhone 6’s popularity drives Apple’s China share to record

5 Mar 2015 /  Sapa
Samsung likely to be the biggest loser in China's smartphone market.

Aspen profit gains

5 Mar 2015 /  Janice Kew, Bloomberg
It's looking at infant milk, anticoagulant treatments and women’s health for deals - CEO.

Legal aid welcomes new act

5 Mar 2015 /  Sapa
Bringing 'fundamental changes'.

SA’s power crisis risks choking green energy drive

5 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
President Zuma promises green energy expansion.

Rand softer as US data hopes support dollar

5 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
Suggesting interest rates could soon rise in the world's biggest economy.

Standard Bank posts flat 2014 earnings

5 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
Bank's shares rose nearly 3% in early trade, outperforming a flat Top-40 index.

Sanlam says FY normalised headline earnings up 3%

5 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
Normal dividend of 225 cents per share, up 13%

Cape Town counts cost after runaway fires largely contained

5 Mar 2015 /  Robert Brand, Bloomberg
The worst such disaster since at least 2000.

Exxaro Resources FY HEPS down 6%

5 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
Final dividend of 210 cents per share.

Apple delaying introduction of larger iPads

5 Mar 2015 /  Tim Culpan and Tim Higgins, Bloomberg
Not enough display panels.

Humans lose out as robots take Tokyo Stock Exchange

5 Mar 2015 /  Yuji Nakamura and Toshiro Hasegawa, Bloomberg
“It’s kind of like the Terminator”

China to make breakthrough on rate reform in 2015 – Central bank advisor

5 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
But it will not be necessary for the country to widen its currency trading band in 2015.

Cape Town fires disrupt world’s largest cycle race

4 Mar 2015 /  Reuters
South Africa's Cycle Tour will now be shorted to 47 kilometers.

Ramaphosa mum on SONA signal jamming

4 Mar 2015 /  Sapa
Accused of hiding behind the sub judice rule when he declined to answer a question in Parliament on signal jamming.

How much MTN really paid for Afrihost

4 Mar 2015 /  Duncan McLeod, TechCentral
The mobile operator shelled out R408m for a 50% stake in the Internet service provider.

Follow us: