Gareth Vorster

Early gains for JSE after G20 eurozone pledge

Spurred by positive intent shown by European ministers to address the eurozone's debt crisis, the JSE made early gains in morning trade.

High homicide rates plague CT’s poorest

SA's second largest city has a homicide rate higher than the national average, a global study has shown.

Woolworths CEO nets R8.25m bonus

Woolworths paid its chief executive Ian Moir R13.6-million, including a bonus of R8.25-million, added to his R5.312-million normal annual package.

Vodacom backpedals on BlackBerry internet throttle

After facing customer criticism, Vodacom has changed its mind about slowing down its BlackBerry internet services.

Calls for BBM decryption not for spy purposes

Kopeng Obed Bapela has called for the decryption of BlackBerry Messenger-type services should there be an increase in cybercrime in the space.

Cell C does a local search for a new chief executive

Following the resignation of its CEO, Cell C says that its board had started the process to replace Lars Reichelt and prefers a local candidate.

JSE up as market looks ahead

The JSE traded higher by noon on Friday as the JSE looked beyond a current mixed global economic picture.

JSE strong on metals, world markets

The JSE remained strong by noon on Thursday, buoyed by firm metal stocks and global positive sentiment.

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