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#Budget2019: Black farmers urge Mboweni not to hike excise taxes

JOHANNESBURG, February 18 - The recently launched Black Tobacco Farmers Association (BTFA) on Monday called for government to keep excise taxes at their current level...

Bosasa files for voluntary liquidation

JOHANNESBURG, February 18 - African Global Operations, formerly Bosasa Operations, on Monday announced that its group of companies were filing for voluntary liquidation following...

Discovery to spend further R270 million on new bank

JOHANNESBURG, February 15 - Financial services group Discovery said on Friday it would invest a further R270 million on building its new bank to...

Ongoing strike continues to affect group after heavily impacting December trade – Dis-Chem

JOHANNESBURG, February 14 - Health and beauty products retailer Dis-Chem said on Thursday it recorded revenue growth of 10.7 percent to R9.4 billion during...

Sibanye-Stillwater to report R1 billion loss for year to December

JOHANNESBURG, February 14 - Diversified miner Sibanye-Stillwater said on Thursday it expects to report an attributable loss of R1 billion (U.S.$77 million) for the year...

SA Reserve Bank on inflation drivers

PRETORIA, February 12 - Deputy governor of the South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) Daniel Mminele said on Tuesday that the country's high inflation rate...

Mission to build the SA Madiba fought for

The Sekunjalo Group and all companies within the group, as well as its chairperson, Dr Iqbal Survé, have been under severe attack by the...

African mining shows steady progress in an uncertain world – Standard Bank

JOHANNESBURG, February 6 - Despite escalating trade wars keeping commodity prices in check as well as regulatory challenges across Africa generally, the mining sector is...

Minerals department supports efforts to resume Lily Mine operations

JOHANNESBURG, February 5 - South Africa's department of mineral resources on Tuesday noted the third anniversary of an accident at Lily Mine in Mpumalanga...

PIC board’s demise clears way for proper probe

CAPE TOWN – The en masse resignation by the board of the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) is widely expected to provide an opportunity for...


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