More strife with no agreement: Uasa24/5/2013 15:08
The lack of a binding collective bargaining agreement at Lonmin platinum mine will see turbulence in the industry continue, trade union Uasa said on Friday.
Repo rate unchanged at 5%23/5/2013 16:03
A series of negative events for the local economy over the last two weeks has certainly shut the door on a possible interest rate cut on Thursday.
Borrowing from bank loans to bonds booming22/5/2013 15:37
There is a massive shifts of corporate borrowing from bank loans to bonds with over R12 billion been raised by companies on the corporate bond market in the first four months of this year, according to a capital market expert.
Bubble? What Bubble?22/5/2013 14:24
The explosion of unsecured debt has caused a stir in the market, with some warning that recent bad debts might lead to the bubble bursting and others arguing that unsecure lending have not yet become a systemic issue
Jordaan steps down22/5/2013 11:25
FNB CEO Michael Jordaan has resigned, the board of First Rand Limited announced on Wednesday
Zuma woos Canadians21/5/2013 16:16
South Africa offered good opportunities for Canadians investors, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.
AngloGold CFO appointed21/5/2013 15:01
AngloGold Ashanti has appointed a new chief financial officer (CFO), the company said on Tuesday.
Amplats 'normal' after strike20/5/2013 14:26
Operations at Anglo American Platinum's (Amplats) Tumela Mine, in Amandelbult, Limpopo, has returned to normal following an underground strike, the company said on Monday.
Lonmin operations resume20/5/2013 12:29
Work resumed at Lonmin's platinum mine in Rustenburg, in the North West, on Monday morning following a wildcat strike, the company said.
Green light for Eskom wind farm20/5/2013 10:21
The National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) has granted Eskom a licence for its Sere wind farm in the Western Cape.