Sappi

 
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...
Ramaphosa’s Jobs Summit plan to create 275 000 new jobs annually
Ramaphosa’s Jobs Summit plan to create 275 000 new jobs annually
President Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged that South Africa will not be able to reach the goal of reducing the unemployment rate to 6% by 2030 as...
​Twitchers can tick off superb field guide lifers
​Twitchers can tick off superb field guide lifers
There are many rare birds, but guidebooks about them are not scarce. Birders — and nature lovers of a simpler, less rarefied kind —...
Does our thirsty forestry industry need a radical rethink about use of resources?
Does our thirsty forestry industry need a radical rethink about use of resources?
We live in the Anthropocene, an epoch dedicated to our control over nature.
Firefighters grounded in risky season
Firefighters grounded in risky season
Six weeks ago, the South African Civil Aviation Authority (Sacaa) suspended helicopter and small aircraft operating licences for the government-funded job creation programme, Working on Fire, for failure to comply with legal requirements for holders of an air operator...
Sappi sees return to full-year profit
Sappi sees return to full-year profit
Sappi, the world's biggest producer of dissolving wood pulp, sees a return to full-year profit as cost cuts and a move away from lower-margin paper...
Sappi swings full-year loss on weak demand in Europe
Sappi swings full-year loss on weak demand in Europe
Sappi, the world’s largest maker of glossy paper, swung to a loss in 2013 as demand fell in its main European markets.
Sappi to sell Swaziland forest for R1-billion to cut debt
Sappi to sell Swaziland forest for R1-billion to cut debt
Sappi Ltd, the world’s largest maker of glossy paper, will sell 67 000 hectares (165 561 acres) of forest in Swaziland to finance...
Europe's falling demand drops Sappi profits by 88%
Europe's falling demand drops Sappi profits by 88%
Sappi's profit declined to $7-million in the three months through March, compared with $58-million a year earlier, the Johannesburg-based...
Sappi scores on cellulose demand
Sappi scores on cellulose demand
A vast project is under way to modernise and change the Sappi Ngodwana mill near Nelspruit to produce higher-value export cellulose products rather...
Solidarity confirms further layoffs at Sappi
Solidarity confirms further layoffs at Sappi
Trade union Solidarity on Tuesday confirmed having received four section 189 layoff notifications in the past month, from paper and pulp group...

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