NEWS ARCHIVES


03 May 2018

Mouton opens up about dementia

Jannie Mouton, founder and former CEO of PSG Group, says he’ll stay on as non-executive chairman despite being diagnosed with an early form of dementia.

Harmony gets a lift from Moab Khotsong

The gold miner has raised its production guidance for the year to 1.18 million ounces from 1.1 million due to the inclusion of Moab

Astral to hatch record earnings growth

Results from the poultry producer will be even better than previously anticipated due to a strong couple of months in February and March.

Trencor avoids JSE suspension, for now

The JSE has given Trencor more time to produce its 2017 financial results, which have been delayed due to onerous reporting requirements.

Orion Minerals offloads Connors Arc Project

The proceeds from the sale will enable Orion to progress bankable feasibility study work on the Prieska Zinc-Copper Project in South Africa.

3M (MMM) a solid company to invest in, for both the income and growth portfolio

3M one of the longest dividend paying companies in the US. Take advantage of the recent price drop...

Scorpio: Analysis: The case against Tom Moyane

The list of Tom Moyane's sins is long, most of it grounds for dismissal. Yet the suspended tax boss is still clinging to his job while...

Zapiro: What Witch Hunt?




02 May 2018

Glencore topples as DRC troubles continue

A Democratic Republic of Congo Court has frozen the assets of Glencore subsidiaries over close to $3 billion in unpaid royalties.

UK's Alliance gives Life Healthcare a lift

Alliance Medical has been included in Life’s results for the full six-month period compared with just over four months last year.

Mondi strengthens position in Middle East

The paper and packaging group has bought an Egyptian industrial bag maker, giving it a leading position in that country.

Old Mutual held back by weak markets

The JSE’s All Share Index declined 6.8% in the first quarter of the year, impacting shareholder investment returns.

What are ETFs?

They are listed on the stock exchange, you can buy and sell them as freely as you would any normal share without the need to go...

Trump and Macron planted a tree — but where did it go?

The photograph was seen around the world: US President Donald Trump and France's Emmanuel Macron, gilded spades in hand, shovelling dirt over a young sapling.

Barcelona storm to La Liga title but work to be done this summer

Barcelona will bid a glorious farewell to Andres Iniesta after winning La Liga on Sunday to seal a domestic double but this season may mark the...

Evita's Free Speech: Ep. 139: KAKTUS FILES #3 - Colonising the Darkness (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 139. By PIETER-DIRK...




01 May 2018

‘Avengers’ assemble at top of the box office

It was a record-breaking weekend for the North American box office as "Avengers: Infinity War" steamrolled the competition with heroic takings of $250 million, industry estimates...

The week ahead

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meets this week in the US but no change to US interest rates seems likely. Expect another three rate hikes...




30 April 2018

Wiese wants his money back

The former Steinhoff chairman is claiming R59 billion from the retailer due to transactions entered into in 2015 and 2016.

Aveng asks shareholders for leap of faith

The embattled construction group is proposing a R1.8 billion rights offer - more than four times its current market value.

Tongaat topples on bleak update

World sugar prices have been under pressure and importers have been taking advantage of a lack of duty protection in SA.

Choppies turns a big profit in South Africa

The retailer’s operations in the North West turned profitable, with a surge in earnings.




27 April 2018

SPECIAL REPORT: Government surveillance of social media is rife. Guess who’s selling your data?

If you are tweeting or posting about a "security threat", law enforcement can fish you out of the ocean of the world's 2.6-billion social media users....

Saul Musker: View from Afar: South African politics has lost its centre of gravity

Two months have passed since former President Jacob Zuma announced his resignation. In the moment that he stepped away from the podium, South Africa's political landscape...

PARLIAMENT: South Africans' personal information still not properly protected

As was revealed by the recent data breach at Facebook, we live in a world where the protection of private information is ever more important. But...




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