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Africa Mining Forum announces impressive speaker line-up for November
Posted on Friday October 23, 2020The upcoming Africa Mining Forum Digital Event taking place from 16-20 November has a who’s who of the mining sector lined up for its long-...
Sasol Shareholders File Resolution for Paris Agreement Alignment
Posted on Wednesday October 21, 2020Earlier this week, Just Share NPC and the RAITH Foundation co-filed a shareholder resolution for consideration at Sasol’s 20 November AGM...
COVID-19 created a basket of troubles for Pick n P
Posted on Tuesday October 20, 2020COVID-19 created a basket of troubles for Pick n Pay.
GBK bust in UK knocks Famous Brands' shares in South Africa
Posted on Thursday October 15, 2020DURBAN - Famous Brands fell more than 3 percent on the JSE yesterday after the restaurant franchisor said that its UK subsidiary, Gourmet ...
Telkom cries foul over Rain, Vodacom spectrum deal
Posted on Thursday October 15, 2020Partially state-owned Telkom has approached the Competition Tribunal, claiming Vodacom’s spectrum agreement with Rain constituted a merger...
The capitalist principle of free markets has been overtaken
Posted on Thursday October 15, 2020Early 2020 saw the worldwide onset of a largely unexpected and highly contagious pandemic that has impacted the global environment in many ...
SA finance Minister had to adjust his medium-term budget due to Covid hit economy
Posted on Wednesday October 14, 2020Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has written to Parliament requesting the Speaker of the National Assembly to enable him to postpone the ...
Banks assist 84% of South Africans who applied for financial assistance
Posted on Wednesday October 14, 2020JOHANNESBURG - South African banks had received 3 196 403 individual applications for assistance up to September 12 and granted assistance ...
The slowdown in mining has eased. Production fell
Posted on Tuesday October 13, 2020The slowdown in mining has eased.
Vodacom Lesotho wins the first round in its battle with the LCA
Posted on Tuesday October 13, 2020Vodacom's Lesotho unit has won the first round of a legal fight to hold on to its licence to operate in the country.