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Townships are still a world apart
Townships are still a world apart
Dormitory-style, underserviced, insecure, overcrowded and noisy — this characterises the living conditions in most of South Africa’s...
Adcorp offers to buy Australian workforce firm
Adcorp offers to buy Australian workforce firm
JSE-listed workforce management group, Adcorp has put in an offer to purchase 100% of Labour Solutions Australia, an workforce management firm...
Peters unfazed by implications of an 'outdated' resource plan
Peters unfazed by implications of an 'outdated' resource plan
Energy Minister Dipuo Peters says her department will not review the country's 20-year electricity road map – the integrated resource...
Deadline looms for mining companies
Deadline looms for mining companies
The resources sector is an oddity in terms of the overall black economic empowerment (BEE) landscape: while mining companies adhere to the mining...
Billiton in strong position, chairperson says
Billiton in strong position, chairperson says
Global resources giant BHP Billiton's chairperson, Don Argus, said on Thursday that as a standalone company BHP Billiton is in a strong financial...
JSE weaker on poor GDP data
JSE weaker on poor GDP data
South African stocks were lower at midday on Tuesday, pressured by below-forecast gross domestic product (GDP) data, which showed that the...
JSE mixed, but SAB climbs
JSE mixed, but SAB climbs
South African stocks were a mixed bag with a weaker bias at noon on Thursday, but brewer SABMiller climbed on above-forecasts year end earnings. ...
JSE stays weak on miners, world markets
JSE stays weak on miners, world markets
South African stocks remained weak at midday on Tuesday with miners the worst causalities on easing metal prices, while falling overseas markets...
JSE mixed in quiet trade, but MTN jumps
JSE mixed in quiet trade, but MTN jumps
South African stocks were mixed in a thin-volume session by noon on Friday, with MTN in focus on vague newspaper reports that an Indian firm might...
World markets continue to burden JSE
World markets continue to burden JSE
World markets were dampened by negative earnings reports from the United States on Monday, causing the JSE to pull back sharply.
JSE remains down, investors eye Fed
JSE remains down, investors eye Fed
The JSE was little changed at its softer levels by midday on Tuesday as investors took to the sidelines ahead of the United States Federal Open...
JSE slightly weaker on miners
JSE slightly weaker on miners
South African stocks were slightly lower at noon on Tuesday, pressured by miners on faltering metal prices, but improved sentiment in overseas...

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