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The world still doesn’t have enough places to plug in cars

Executives in the charging industry know that limited infrastructure has become a chokepoint.

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.

Pickup trucks are next frontier as electric vehicle race expands

Consumer preference is shifting to larger vehicles and trucks.

Sapref to close for routine maintenance

The plant will be closed for maintenance from the last week of May until the end of July.

2018 maize crop falls from record harvest – government

A dry spell in the western part of the maize belt and delayed crop plantings affected output.

Vodacom, Telkom welcome ECA bill withdrawal

The bill proposed taking back licensed spectrum from operators and forcing them to share a national network.

Renault to scrap Ghosn’s 30m euro golden parachute – sources

Renault to scrap around 460 000 performance shares attributed to Ghosn since 2014-15 under proposals backed by the French government.

Tesla rushes Model 3s to China before trade-war truce expires

The price of Teslas and its key components from China could become more expensive if the two countries ratchet tariffs back up.

Good news for wine lovers: your drinks may be cheaper this year

Still, consumers may pay more for quality.

Scientists race to make pot like booze, so you can drink it

The only problem is that cannabis is nothing like booze.

More EVs for SA roads

But mass adoption hindered by need for development of infrastructure.

Total eyes more output growth in 2019 after profit jump

Total's output reached record levels due to the start-up of various operations and increased production in liquefied natural gas and deep sea projects.

World’s top steelmaker says China slowdown is weighing on demand

ArcelorMittal says the steel industry faces macro-economic risks and persistent oversupply.
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