Home    News

LATEST Africa  

Africa’s top coffee producer may triple output in five years

Ethiopia is replacing old trees and cutting existing ones to allow new stems to sprout as ageing trees become less productive.

At least 23 illegal Zimbabwean gold miners feared dead after shafts flooded

Reports indicate that a dam wall collapsed nearby, flooding the shafts and tunnels.

Grand Parade to close Dunkin’, Baskin Robbins in SA

Grand Parade wants to instead channel capital into its chain of Burger King outlets.

Telkom says deal ‘good idea’ for SA mobile boost

Telkom is looking to boost profits and attract higher paying-customers through acquisitions.

LATEST Economy  

Eskom: There’s a long and tough road ahead

Ramaphosa tries to allay fears that splitting the power utility will lead to privatisation, job losses.

No immediate plans to change Sarb’s inflation band to point target

Calls for policy certainty as debate around mandate and independence intensifies.

LATEST Industry  

Mining, Engineering, Industry, Factory production

Illicit tobacco trade: Cheap manufacturer fights back

Defamation suit simply a 'ruse to deflect from the real crisis' - #TakeBackTheTax.

The 10 best-paid hedge fund managers made $7.7bn in 2018

The figures are more than almost anyone will earn in a lifetime.

LATEST International  

UK eyes Brexit compromise after parliament rejects May’s plan

British officials water-down demands for backstop changes.

Buffett doubles down on banks as Berkshire trims Apple stake

Berkshire cuts Apple holding by 1% amid stock plunge.

LATEST Markets  

World stocks lifted to 2-1/2 month highs by trade optimism

Wall Street futures suggested that US stocks would hold onto last week's gains when trading starts.

Nigerian assets fall as election delay fuels uncertainty

Elections were postponed for one week solely for logistical reasons and denied political pressure had played any part.

LATEST South Africa  

SAA in talks to roll over R9.2bn of debt

The debt is due at the end of March.

SAA to reorganise in turnaround drive

The airline will be reorganised into domestic, regional and international business units, each with its own management - CEO.


Huawei to build data centres in South Africa

The developments are part of plans to expand cloud services across Africa.

The asset manager of the future

Technology will be a key differentiator.



Follow us:

Search Articles:Advanced Search
Click a Company: