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Your local cafe is probably streaming music illegally

Consumer streaming is the music industry’s largest source of growth, but small and medium-sized business have hindered growth by using services illegally.

Shell, Equinor commit to Tanzania LNG as they await host accord

Shell and Equinor said they’re committed to a project that will allow the export of natural gas from Tanzania.

Navigating the nuances of offshore investment

Offshore wrappers are providing some of the solutions.

Gold gets ignored as global equity rout fails to fire up havens

Gold’s failure to react to significant market fluctuations and escalating trade war concerns has been in focus.

BMW to pay $4.1bn to raise stake in China car venture

BMW is the first automaker to allow foreign companies to take majority control in their local partnerships in the car market.

Hong Kong bans e-cigarettes in latest blow for big tobacco

Hong Kong joins at least 27 countries that have banned next-generation smokeless devices, heeding advice from the World Health Organisation.

Digital banking fraud: sector suffers R250m hit in one year

Year-to-August incidents already up 64%.

Banking apps boom

Usage skyrockets – and there’s a place for gimmicks.

How Sanral is robbing Peter to pay Paul

Government misses deadline to resolve Gauteng e-tolling issue.

After another quarter of losses, is worst over for commodities?

Copper slid into bear markets and gold posted its longest run of monthly losses in two decades in September.

Maize output seen 23% lower from 2017 at 12.9m tons – CEC

The output is in line with market expectations, CEC says.

Brent highest since 2014 as traders bullish, OPEC ignores Trump

With the US sanctions on Iran taking full effect in early November, $100 crude could be becoming more realistic, says oil traders.

EU probes VW, BMW, Daimler over alleged emissions collusion

Companies can face fines up to 10% of their global turnover for breaching EU rules.

Copper suffers as trade war angst spurs fresh losses for metals

The US-China trade war is set to get much worse, with President Donald Trump prepared to hit the mainland with another round of punitive levies.
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