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Tiisetso Motsoeneng

Tiisetso Motsoeneng

    Transnet to boost coal, iron ore rail capacity
    Transnet to boost coal, iron ore rail capacity
    Plans to increase Transnet's capacity to haul iron ore from mines to ports by 56% over the next seven years are in the works, says CEO Brian Molefe.
    Massmart ready to sacrifice margins for market share
    Massmart ready to sacrifice margins for market share
    Walmart's SA unit Massmart is ready to push down prices and sacrifice margins in pursuit of a bigger market share, its CEO has said.
    Disappointing annual sales numbers for Shoprite
    Disappointing annual sales numbers for Shoprite
    SA's biggest food retailer Shoprite Holdings saw its shares slide after reporting a 7% rise in full-year sales that fell short of analysts' estimates.
    Metalworkers end strike as fuel walkout widens
    Metalworkers end strike as fuel walkout widens
    Tens of thousands of workers ended a two-week pay strike in the South African steel and engineering sector on Sunday.
    Wal-Mart bid for Massmart approved, boycott looms
    Wal-Mart bid for Massmart approved, boycott looms
    Massmart's shareholders have accepted a takeover by US group Wal-Mart, setting up the world's largest retailer for a potential battle with unions.
    Barloworld eyes second-half recovery
    Barloworld eyes second-half recovery
    Barloworld pointed to a second-half rebound after a sharp fall in first-half earnings, saying it expects to benefit from a recovery in the economy.
    Zuma calls for calm after Terre'Blanche murder
    Zuma calls for calm after Terre'Blanche murder
    SA President Jacob Zuma called for calm on Sunday after the murder of far-right leader Eugene Terre'Blanche fanned fears of growing racial tension.
    Vodacom first-half profit drops, cautious on outlook
    Vodacom first-half profit drops, cautious on outlook
    Vodacom reported a drop in first-half profits and gave a cautious outlook as consumers struggle in the country's first recession in two decades.
    Court gives go-ahead to construction strike
    Court gives go-ahead to construction strike
    Construction workers are expected to strike on Wednesday, halting work across the country, including at stadiums for the 2010 World Cup.
    Imperial eyes dealership turnaround within a year
    Imperial eyes dealership turnaround within a year
    South Africa's Imperial Holdings expects its car dealership unit to turn around within a year.
    Imperial in talks with Nedbank about selling bank stake
    Imperial in talks with Nedbank about selling bank stake
    South Africa's Imperial Holdings is in talks about selling its 49,9% stake in Imperial Bank to Nedbank Group, it said on Friday.