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NUM union says branch leader at Lonmin unit shot dead

The latest in a spate of such incidents on the platinum belt.

S&P sees ‘clear danger’ of default by Eskom

Finance Minister Gigaba says Eskom is his ‘biggest worry’.

Early debit order collections to get the boot

New system to combat debit order fraud in the pipeline.

Time to buy banking shares?

Experts cautiously optimistic.

Kia unveils plan for 16 new electric or hybrid vehicles by 2025

Carmaker plans to begin pilot testing fully self-driving cars in select urban areas by 2021.

5 things to watch on the global energy front in 2018

Trends in electric buses, fewer cars and US oil exports in 2017 could tell us a lot about the future.

Comparing and understanding medical aids in 2018

It must become easier.

Global coffee exports fall 9.2% in Nov – ICO

Cumulative arabica exports for the season to date fell 7.1%.

What a horrible year for the listed construction sector

Transformation lags in struggle for survival.

SA drought slams everything from grapes to lambs

Wheat crop forecast was cut again as dryness hurts yields. Sheep farmers have reduced flock numbers to bare minimum.

Almost 1 cash-in-transit incident experienced per day in 2017

Cash remains dominant payment method, with 6% increase in note and coin circulation expected through to 2020.

Drought to hit South Africa’s 2018 wine harvest

Wine production set to be lowest since 2005.

Investec is said to hire banker to oversee Americas clean-tech

Investec Plc, the South African bank that’s carved out a leading role financing US rooftop solar, hired a former Varagon Capital Partners banker to oversee Americas clean-tech deals, according to people familiar with the matter. Ren Plastina, a former partner at Varagon Capital Partners, began at Investec Monday and reports to Ralph Cho and Michael

Regulator slashes Eskom’s revenue

We’re borrowing money to pay salaries - Phasiwe
South Africans are fed up with corruption, or anything that has even a whiff thereof, as JSE rockstar Naspers is currently experiencing. Let's hope an investigation puts paid to those allegations, as Naspers is one of the ten stocks that Zuma and his keepers truly cannot break.



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