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The small town with the big money
The small town with the big money
A mere 300km from the border of Namibia lies a small town that’s growing exponentially — it is home to some of South Africa’s highest...
PIC liquidated stocks to finance R4.3bn Ayo investment
PIC liquidated stocks to finance R4.3bn Ayo investment
Public Investment Corporation (PIC) shares in companies such as Anglo American were sold in order to free up funds to invest in Ayo Technology...
Pledges worth R134bn committed at investment conference
Pledges worth R134bn committed at investment conference
Corporations from South Africa and offshore have committed to invest in the country to the tune of R134-billion with the aim of reviving the...
The essayist who froze history’s quiet moments
The essayist who froze history’s quiet moments
On June 26 2018, David Goldblatt was buried near a hedge close to electricity pylons, with wires undulating from the Melville koppies past the...
Anglo American launches investment programme
Anglo American launches investment programme
Anglo American recently launched a major new education programme, in partnership with the department of basic education, to improve outcomes for...
South Africa, mind the pay gap
South Africa, mind the pay gap
The gap between the stratospheric salaries that company chief executives get paid and the median of employee wages has taken centre stage in the...
SAA crash narrowly averted, for now
SAA crash narrowly averted, for now
Controversial SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni is on her way out but the incoming board of directors has a mammoth task ahead if it is to right the...
Anglo finds SA hard to love or leave
Anglo finds SA hard to love or leave
This month, Anglo American marks its 100th anniversary and the company is finding that South Africa is hard to love or to leave. Very few companies...
Any takers for Anglo's fire sale?
Any takers for Anglo's fire sale?
No one could have imagined that the commodities crunch could have brought a mining colossus such as Anglo American to its knees.
Job-cuts backlash pits mining CEOs against Zuma
Job-cuts backlash pits mining CEOs against Zuma
Relations between South Africa’s government and the mining industry are unravelling as a commodity-price rout derails plans by President Jacob Zuma’s...
Get out of dirty fossil fuel
Get out of dirty fossil fuel
The fossil fuel industry, including the world's producers of oil, gas and coal, must be put out of business by 2050 to avoid dangerous climate change...
Glencore offers bonds in Oz as it assesses local targets
Glencore offers bonds in Oz as it assesses local targets
Glencore, the miner that's said it's assessing acquisitions in Australia, is selling debt in the country for the first time after the discount for...

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