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Grindrod, listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange Limited (JSE), is based in South Africa and is represented by subsidiaries, joint ventures and associated companies in 31countries worldwide, employing more than 4 700 skilled and dedicated people. ... [more info]

Oil posts worst week in a year

As virus selloff deepens.

Grindrod bou ‘n reuse parkade in KwaZulu-Natal

Andrew Waller - uitvoerende hoof, Grindrod

Transnet and Resgen sign R10bn coal transportation deal

Ledjadja Coal will move 3.6m tons a year from the Waterberg to Richards Bay.

Mozambique’s vast gas fields will fuel growth, says Grindrod

Group plans to increase its cargo throughput capacity at the port of Maputo.

Standard Bank has closed Nova’s bank accounts

Charles Rembe quits as director and chairman of the Nova audit committee.

Grindrod posts positive results following renewed focus on freight

The agricultural logistics business experienced the strongest growth.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Sacci business confidence, Afrox, Grindrod and Vivo energy results, rand update.

New mega players in North Coast property boom

Spearheaded by two well-known but publicity-shy KZN magnates.

Bedevilled by fallen angels – Part 3

The cases of Resilient, Grindrod Shipping and General Electric.

Bedevilled by the fallen angels – Part 1

The case of Steinhoff as we approach the one-year anniversary of its collapse.

Net1 accused of overstating financial losses in Sassa fee negotiation

The company’s plea for an increase to its social grant payments fee might be undermined by its profits.

Bank fixed deposit rates compared

Absa’s '13%' special offer has put these products back in the spotlight.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

July PPI, money supply and private sector credit supply, Santam and Net 1 results, M&R awarded new projects.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

EFF seeking Sarb nationalisation, Resilient results, unions accept Eskom offers, Standard Bank ramps up digitisation, Sassa beneficiaries want protection from court.

Sassa beneficiaries intensify fight over unlawful deductions

Vulnerable grant recipients want a court order compelling the state to protect them from exploitative deductions.

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