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Costs of communicating have to drop: Carrim
23/4/2014 15:29
Costs of communicating have to drop: CarrimThe costs of communicating have to drop, Communications Minister Yunus Carrim said on Wednesday.
Midday business snapshot
23/4/2014 15:07
Midday business snapshotThe JSE hit a new intraday record at 48‚810.03 points this morning. The bourse opened higher at 10am Wednesday amid strengthening global markets and firming gold shares after technical issues delayed trading.
Platinum talks continue
23/4/2014 15:49
Talks to end the protracted wage strike in the platinum sector continued behind closed doors at an undisclosed location in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
Midday business snapshot Midday business snapshot
23/4/2014 15:07
The JSE hit a new intraday record at 48‚810.03 points this morning. The bourse opened higher at 10am Wednesday amid strengthening global markets and firming gold shares after technical issues delayed trading.
Consumer price index hit 6% in March Consumer price index hit 6% in March
23/4/2014 11:34
Headline inflation (the consumer price index, or CPI) for all urban areas of South Africa hit 6% in March, according to a StatsSA report today.
 
Miners will not reap benefits Miners will not reap benefits
23/4/2014 6:34
Despite a possible deal that could be struck soon between platinum mining companies labour union Amcu that could see the end of the three-month strike, experts are saying it will take years for workers to recoup the wages they have lost and repay the debt they have incurred during the stoppage.
Platinum producers, Amcu to meet Platinum producers, Amcu to meet
23/4/2014 6:13
Talks between platinum producers and union Amcu to resolve the 12-week-long wage strike are expected to continue on Wednesday, the Chamber of Mines said.
 
Business snapshot 1 Wednesday 23 April Business snapshot 1 Wednesday 23 April
23/4/2014 7:25
A poorly received government bond auction may have knocked bonds and importer demand for the rand on Tuesday‚ but the JSE received a fillip on hopes the three-month strike in the platinum sector could be nearing an end.
Bloomberg invest $5 million in solar-powered lamp Bloomberg invest $5 million in solar-powered lamp
23/4/2014 6:17
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's foundation on Tuesday announced a $5 million investment in an artsy-looking solar-powered lamp designed for use in off-grid populations in Africa.
 
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Longer, greener Range Rover launches in BeijingLonger, greener Range Rover launches in Beijing
23/4/2014 14:57
The stretched luxury off roader will become the first ever diesel-electric hybrid car to go on sale in China when deliveries commence at the end of the year.
 
Delta navigates nasty winter,tops profit forecastDelta navigates nasty winter,tops profit forecast
23/4/2014 14:20
Delta is making more money by filling more seats on its planes and fuel costs inch downward from last year.
 
WhatsApp hits 500 million usersWhatsApp hits 500 million users
23/4/2014 11:55
The social messaging app has added another 50 million users worldwide over the past two months.
 
Consumer price index hit 6% in MarchConsumer price index hit 6% in March
23/4/2014 11:34
Headline inflation (the consumer price index, or CPI) for all urban areas of South Africa hit 6% in March, according to a StatsSA report today.
 
Business snapshot 1 Wednesday 23 AprilBusiness snapshot 1 Wednesday 23 April
23/4/2014 7:25
A poorly received government bond auction may have knocked bonds and importer demand for the rand on Tuesday‚ but the JSE received a fillip on hopes the three-month strike in the platinum sector could be nearing an end.
 
Miners will not reap benefitsMiners will not reap benefits
23/4/2014 6:34
Despite a possible deal that could be struck soon between platinum mining companies labour union Amcu that could see the end of the three-month strike, experts are saying it will take years for workers to recoup the wages they have lost and repay the debt they have incurred during the stoppage.
 
Bloomberg invest $5 million in solar-powered lampBloomberg invest $5 million in solar-powered lamp
23/4/2014 6:17
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's foundation on Tuesday announced a $5 million investment in an artsy-looking solar-powered lamp designed for use in off-grid populations in Africa.
 
Platinum producers, Amcu to meetPlatinum producers, Amcu to meet
23/4/2014 6:13
Talks between platinum producers and union Amcu to resolve the 12-week-long wage strike are expected to continue on Wednesday, the Chamber of Mines said.
 
FNB apologises for offensive tweetFNB apologises for offensive tweet
22/4/2014 20:46
First National Bank has apologised for an offensive tweet sent on Tuesday from the bank's "FNB Guy" account about a bomb being placed under a paralyzed person's wheelchair in Afghanistan.
 
Sekunjalo revenue up seven percentSekunjalo revenue up seven percent
22/4/2014 16:18
Empowerment company Sekunjalo Investments posted interim results showing a seven percent increase in group revenue.
 
Transnet pensioners get further R178m in bonusesTransnet pensioners get further R178m in bonuses
22/4/2014 16:12
Transnet pensioners are set to receive 13th cheques to a total value of R178 million.
 
Midday business snapshot on TuesdayMidday business snapshot on Tuesday
22/4/2014 14:33
Platinum sector wage talks were the talk of the JSE on Tuesday, although there was still no indication of what the unions’ response would be to Friday's new wage offer.
 
Royal Bafokeng Platinum output in 10% declineRoyal Bafokeng Platinum output in 10% decline
22/4/2014 11:24
Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBP) reported a 10% decline in production for the first quarter of 2014, citing safety related production stoppages.
 
Zuma reiterates ANC policy on black empowermentZuma reiterates ANC policy on black empowerment
22/4/2014 9:57
Africans, Indians and coloureds were deemed to be black in terms of the affirmative action policy which is aimed at redressing the economic imbalances of apartheid, President Jacob Zuma said.
 
The robot is ready - so when will deep sea mining start?The robot is ready - so when will deep sea mining start?
22/4/2014 9:03
The world's first deep sea mining robot sits idle on a British factory floor, waiting to claw up high grade copper and gold from the seabed off Papua New Guinea (PNG) - when a wrangle over terms is solved.
 


 

 




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