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Construction bigwigs deny World Cup stadium bid-rigging
Construction bigwigs deny World Cup stadium bid-rigging
Four construction companies accused of colluding with regard to bid-rigging around the World Cup stadiums, insist they did not collude and they...
Basil Read reports increase in profits
Basil Read reports increase in profits
Construction and engineering group Basil Read Holdings’ reported a return to profitability in its interim results to June 30 2013 despite...
2010 big shot skips SA
2010 big shot skips SA
Chris Grib, chief executive officer of the controversial project manager of the 2010 Mbombela stadium, Lefika Emerging Equity, has skipped the...
CCMA brokers agreement in Nelspruit 2010 stadium strike
CCMA brokers agreement in Nelspruit 2010 stadium strike
Intervention by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) on Wednesday brought an end to the pay dispute between workers...
Nelspruit Cup-stadium strike continues
Nelspruit Cup-stadium strike continues
Workers at the 2010 Soccer World Cup Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit are still striking, while talks with management and the government continue, the...
Nelspruit 2010 stadium strike continues
Nelspruit 2010 stadium strike continues
The strike by construction workers at the 20101 World Cup Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, entered its fifth day on Monday, the National...
World Cup: Striking workers back on the job
World Cup: Striking workers back on the job
Members of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), who downed tools at a 2010 World Cup soccer stadium in Mpumalanga, were back at work on...
JSE pauses after strong run
JSE pauses after strong run
The JSE was taking a breather on Tuesday after its recent strong rally, which took the bourse to successive record highs, as some profit-taking set...
JSE follows battered world markets lower
JSE follows battered world markets lower
A sharp decline in global equity markets driven by fears of a global economic slowdown and a United States recession has led to a big sell-off on...
JSE, world markets sharply lower
JSE, world markets sharply lower
The JSE remained sharply weaker by midday on Wednesday, in line with other world markets, which were also experiencing a bumpy ride.
JSE softer, led by overseas markets
JSE softer, led by overseas markets
The JSE was in the red at midday on Monday, taking its cue from lower overseas equity markets.
JSE extends losses, follows world markets
JSE extends losses, follows world markets
The JSE continued to extend its reach into the red at midday on Thursday, following nervous world markets.

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