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SA to develop $500m green investment plan

22 Oct 2021 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   1
Representing a fraction of what’s needed, to fund its energy transition away from coal.

Life Healthcare outshining the rest

14 Oct 2021 /  Simon Brown   
Anchor's Deryck Janse van Rensburg on markets as the JSE manages to scrape out a green day, where's the value? Kea Noyana of ThinkMarkets talks the investment case for Sasol and Exxaro. Revix's Sean Saunders on the latest crypto news.

Eni to exit SA offshore oil block amid tech challenges

13 Oct 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin and Alberto Brambilla, Bloomberg  
Due to concerns over the technical challenges of drilling in deep waters, according to two people familiar with the decision. 

PGMs waiting on chip shortage resolution

8 Oct 2021 /  Simon Brown   
RMB's Matete Thulare talks commodity stocks following the boom on Thursday.'s Mohammed Nalla on the impending UK energy crisis, could it lead to stagflation?

Sasol benefits from surging oil price

7 Oct 2021 /  Adriaan Kruger   4
Ironically, it is the push for green alternatives that is supporting the oil price and oil companies.

The IDC navigates tricky pandemic-disrupted investment environment

6 Oct 2021 /  Barbara Curson   3
Total assets up from R110bn to R144bn in the year to end-March.

Climate battle heats up as Sasol rejects resolution from Aeon and Just Share

28 Sep 2021 /  Justin Brown, Citywire   5
Aeon CIO Asief Mohamed says it is ‘extremely disappointing’ that the Sasol board rejected a lawful request by its shareholders.

Is the price of oil a threat to inflation?

28 Sep 2021 /  Simon Brown    1
Gary Booysen of Rand Swiss talks the latest market movements. Anchor Capital investment analyst Peter Little on how China's drive towards 'common prosperity' is rattling the luxury goods sector. Marius Reitz of Luno unpacks the implications of China's crypto crackdown.

White collar crime is a serious challenge for the country

27 Sep 2021 /  Ann Crotty   3
But does Steinhoff’s desire to have a hearing on the liquidation application against it warrant the apex court’s urgent involvement? Plus a look at the R1m fine levied against JCI.

Is the market more interesting now than it was a month ago?

27 Sep 2021 /  Ryk van Niekerk   1
‘I think we forget that some of SA's companies are still decent businesses with decent balance sheets’: Alwyn van der Merwe from Sanlam Private Wealth.

Can we expect interest rates to rise in 2022?

23 Sep 2021 /  Simon Brown  
Absa's Carmen Mpelwane talks Sasol 2.0. Alexander Forbes's Isaah Mhlanga takes a look at the silver linings in the local economy. Johann Els of Old Mutual on today's MPC decision.

Sasol maps out its future

23 Sep 2021 /  Adriaan Kruger   8
Moving from dirty and harmful coal to zero emissions by 2050.

Sasol to reduce carbon emissions by 30% to 2030

22 Sep 2021 /  Promit Mukherjee, Reuters  
From 10% previously in a bid to make the company a net zero carbon emitter by 2050, its CEO said on Wednesday.

Outa asks Nersa for reasons behind approving Karpowership’s generation licences

22 Sep 2021 /  Suren Naidoo   17
The energy regulator approved seven emergency power generation licence applications on Tuesday as part of the government's Risk Mitigation Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme.

What Ninety One is buying and selling

20 Sep 2021 /  Ryk van Niekerk    5
And why – Hannes van den Berg, co-head of SA Equity & Multi-Asset within the 4Factor team at the asset manager explains.

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