NEWS ARCHIVES


19 September 2018

Comair maintains altitude

The airline has been investing in more fuel-efficient aircraft to help mitigate the impact of higher fuel prices.

Imperial revs up for Motus listing

Shareholders will receive one share in the R23.4 billion automotive group for every Imperial share they hold.

Sibanye clears another hurdle in Lonmin deal

The Competition Commission has recommended the merger subject to Sibanye-Stillwater implementing measures to mitigate the impact of retrenchments.

Weak economy weighs on Master Plastics

The group says declining investment in the agricultural sector and the listeria outbreak last year were among the factors affecting its performance.

Road to 2019: Corruption, still the axis of political evil

Ahead of the elections in 2019, amid claims that the ANC has changed, that the DA is changing, and the Economic Freedom Fighters are still the...

Machines will do more tasks than humans by 2025: WEF

Robots will handle 52 percent of current work tasks by 2025, almost twice as many as now, a World Economic Forum (WEF) study said Monday.

EVITA'S FREE SPEECH: Ep. 160: Evita puts on waterwings (Video)

Evita Bezuidenhout celebrates 20 years of her Darling venue Evita se Perron with a weekly episode of 'Evita's Free Speech'. Here's the Episode 160.




18 September 2018

Naspers giving MultiChoice to shareholders

Listing MultiChoice Group via an unbundling is expected to unlock value and create a top 40 JSE-listed African entertainment company.

Sasfin takes hit from credit impairments

A single large credit event, higher taxes and customers under strain have reduced the bank’s profits by more than a third.

Imperial revs up for Motus listing

Shareholders will receive one share in the R23.4 billion automotive group for every Imperial share they hold.

Rhodes still reeling from the drought

The food producer says it will report a big fall in full-year profit, while its international segment will post a loss.

AngloGold strikes three-year deal with unions

It says the agreements on pay and shift arrangements are key pillars in the strategy to complete the turnaround of its SA business.

The Week Ahead of 18 September 2018

South Africa will be lucky to escape the Emerging Market (EM) contagion currently caused by Turkey, Argentine and Venezuela.

Sport in an INCEtant - 18 September 2018

The sporting week was capped off by an amazing Springbok performance, showing exactly the kind of fighting spirit that the Rainbow Nation is made of!




17 September 2018

Investec surges on unbundling plan

Incoming Investec CEO Hendrik du Toit has finally got his way and will continue to head asset management once it lists.

Aspen slumps to 2013 low

Private client fund manager Vestact says the sell-off was probably the work of adventurous short sellers.

Pan African warns of lower earnings

The gold producer has restructured its operations to focus on low-cost, long-life assets.

Rolfes takes restructuring pain

The speciality chemicals group says it spent the last year addressing strategic legal issues in order to position itself for growth.

Dirk De Vos: Time to dump the red-tape Acts that govern public finances

The national and provincial finance managements Acts appear to tie government and public servants that want to comply with the rules in endless red tape but,...

SpaceX announces new plan to send tourist around Moon

SpaceX on Thursday announced a new plan to launch a tourist around the Moon using its Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), a massive launch vehicle that is...

MOTORING: Mercedes-Benz S450 L: Swanky - but tech-savvy, too

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has always been the epitome of mainstream motoring luxury. Not in the league of bespoke brands such as Rolls-Royce and Bentley, but still...




14 September 2018

Aspen slumps after results, Nutritionals sale

Aspen will deploy some of the proceeds it receives for its Global Nutritionals Business to pay down debt.

Implats restructuring takes shape

The group says it’s imperative to eliminate loss-making production as it aligns its operations with a weak platinum price.

ARC rises on maiden results

The investment vehicle’s portfolio rose to R8.2 billion last year despite marking down the value of its holding in IT services group EOH.

Who’s doing what in the South African & African M&A space?

Aspen Pharmacare has announced the disposal of its Global Nutritionals Business carried on in Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa and Asia Pacific, to French dairy group Lactalis...

Corporate finance activity of the week

Following the repurchase by Sasol of the Sasol Inzalo preferred ordinary shares, the outstanding debt of R7,43 billion has been repaid and a cash surplus of...

Apple unveils new premium iPhone XS, health features for watch

Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday in a bid to maintain its position in the premium smartphone segment, along with new   features for its smartwatch...

Nazi looted Renoir returned to owner’s granddaughter

A Renoir painting stolen by the Nazis from a Paris bank vault was returned to its rightful owner Wednesday after a more than 70-year odyssey from...

Thorts - Section 12J – Overview, developments and obstacles

The venture capital incentive in terms of section 12J of the Income Tax Act, No. 58 of 1962 (the Act), is a mechanism attempting to accelerate...




13 September 2018

Raubex rightsizes as roads go to pot

The roadbuilding and construction group says spending on road infrastructure has dwindled while provincial government contracts have been delayed.

Clover impairs DFSA loan after strong year

The group said it wasn’t aware of the impending resignation when it prepared its annual accounts but decided to be prudent.

Quantum expects bumper lay

The poultry producer has benefited from high levels of profitability in its egg business and an insurance payout.

York flags lower earnings on timber valuation

A lower increase in the valuation of its biological asset is likely to result in a big drop in full-year earnings.

State of police: Crime stats from Hell - brought to you by years of instability, political pliancy and the SAPS's internecine battles

With an official murder rate of 57 South Africans killed every day - and murder is a yardstick for crime generally - Police Minister Bheki Cele...

Mmusi Maimane: Seven Steps to defeating this recession

We cannot afford to let this recession persist. We must take these seven bold steps now to get South Africa growing again. Here are seven interventions...

Zapiro: All Behind Us




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