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SA banks fined for money laundering
16/4/2014 11:53
SA banks fined for money launderingThe Reserve Bank has fined South Africa's big four banks a total of R125m after conducting inspections regarding anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism.
SABMiller hurting in Western Europe
16/4/2014 11:06
SABMiller hurting in Western EuropeGlobal beer brewing giant SABMiller continues to suffer from the under-performance of its Western Europe markets which have been a drag on it since the dawn of the global financial crisis.
Ford to offer 50th anniversary Mustang
16/4/2014 15:26
Ford is building a limited-edition Mustang GT to honour the pony car's 50th anniversary.
Tourism on the increase Tourism on the increase
16/4/2014 9:21
Close to 1 million tourists visited South Africa during December, the highest ever recorded number of tourists in any one month.
MTN starts war with 79 cents MTN starts war with 79 cents
16/4/2014 6:46
MTN has thrown down the competition gauntlet in the South African mobile phone industry by launching a flat rate of 79c per minute for prepaid customers in what the operator says will stimulate a decline in rates in the general market.
 
‘NDP success hinges on private sector involvement, infrastructure capacity’ ‘NDP success hinges on private sector involvement, infrastructure capacity’
16/4/2014 8:41
Private sector involvement will be a significant factor in achieving the National Development Plan’s (NDP’s) targets but the sector needs low interest rates, good economic growth and a strong government infrastructure drive.
IMF forecast for SA questioned IMF forecast for SA questioned
15/4/2014 11:27
Analysts have played down the downward revision of South African GDP growth – to 2.3% from 2.8% – by the IMF.
 
Ford to offer 50th anniversary Mustang Ford to offer 50th anniversary Mustang
16/4/2014 15:26
Ford is building a limited-edition Mustang GT to honour the pony car's 50th anniversary.
Samsung exec says Galaxy S5 to outsell S4 Samsung exec says Galaxy S5 to outsell S4
16/4/2014 9:39
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's new Galaxy S5 smartphone should outsell its predecessor and defy predictions that the South Korean titan's latest model will struggle in a tough market for high-end handsets.
 
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Samsung exec says Galaxy S5 to outsell S4Samsung exec says Galaxy S5 to outsell S4
16/4/2014 9:39
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's new Galaxy S5 smartphone should outsell its predecessor and defy predictions that the South Korean titan's latest model will struggle in a tough market for high-end handsets.
 
Tourism on the increaseTourism on the increase
16/4/2014 9:21
Close to 1 million tourists visited South Africa during December, the highest ever recorded number of tourists in any one month.
 
‘NDP success hinges on private sector involvement, infrastructure capacity’‘NDP success hinges on private sector involvement, infrastructure capacity’
16/4/2014 8:41
Private sector involvement will be a significant factor in achieving the National Development Plan’s (NDP’s) targets but the sector needs low interest rates, good economic growth and a strong government infrastructure drive.
 
China's version of Twitter set for Wall Street debutChina's version of Twitter set for Wall Street debut
16/4/2014 8:16
Sina Weibo, widely known as China's version of Twitter, is set to go public in the United States this week - after three weeks of sell-offs took their toll on technology stocks.
 
European stocks close down on Ukraine jittersEuropean stocks close down on Ukraine jitters
16/4/2014 8:11
Europe's main stock markets ended sharply lower on Tuesday as the escalating military crisis in Ukraine spooked investors.
 
AMCU strike fund gets R1mAMCU strike fund gets R1m
16/4/2014 7:23
A strike fund created by labour union Amcu has received an injection of about R1m in aid of platinum mine workers of the union who have been on a three-month-long strike over wages.
 
MTN starts war with 79 centsMTN starts war with 79 cents
16/4/2014 6:46
MTN has thrown down the competition gauntlet in the South African mobile phone industry by launching a flat rate of 79c per minute for prepaid customers in what the operator says will stimulate a decline in rates in the general market.
 
SA hits tourist high in DecemberSA hits tourist high in December
15/4/2014 14:38
December 2013 recorded the highest ever number of tourists in South Africa in one month, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said on Tuesday.
 
IMF forecast for SA questionedIMF forecast for SA questioned
15/4/2014 11:27
Analysts have played down the downward revision of South African GDP growth – to 2.3% from 2.8% – by the IMF.
 
18% of US Internet users had data stolen: survey18% of US Internet users had data stolen: survey
15/4/2014 8:10
Some 18 percent of US Internet users have had important personal data such as bank account information stolen and the problem appears to be getting worse, a survey showed Monday.
 
Rio Tinto iron ore output drops in first-quarterRio Tinto iron ore output drops in first-quarter
15/4/2014 7:40
Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto posted a fall in first-quarter iron ore production on Tuesday, blaming bad weather over western Australia.
 
Nashua gets outs of mobile communications business, to sell customer baseNashua gets outs of mobile communications business, to sell customer base
15/4/2014 7:17
The path set out by Nashua Mobile of servicing certain markets on behalf of South Africa’s mobile phone network operators seems to have come to an abrupt end.
 
Jozi city spends a billionJozi city spends a billion
15/4/2014 7:07
The city of Joburg has spent R1bn in the rollout of free internet service as the country’s economic hub also told its own good story yesterday.
 
Anglo American 'mulls sale of strike-hit platinum minesAnglo American 'mulls sale of strike-hit platinum mines
14/4/2014 11:20
Anglo American's chief executive has hinted that the mining titan is looking to offload its strike-hit South African platinum mines to concentrate on open-cast extraction.
 
JSE changes logo coloursJSE changes logo colours
14/4/2014 10:15
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has changed the colour of its logo and the typography to depict itself as a "modern African marketplace"
 


 

 


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