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Mining fundamental for SA economy
Mining fundamental for SA economy

Mining was one of the key industries in the South African economy with a total income of R408bn in 2012, says Statistician General Pali Lehohla.

30 Sep 2014 10:36

General Electric seeks new sectors in SA
General Electric seeks new sectors in SA

General Electric (GE)‚ which is supplying a total of 376 locomotives to Transnet‚ is looking for opportunities in other sectors in SA‚ including healthcare and energy.

By Nick Hedley 30 Sep 2014 11:59

Earnings sharply down for York Timbers
Earnings sharply down for York Timbers

York Timbers has reported a substantial decline in its full-year net profit‚ dragged down by its wholesale division.

30 Sep 2014 12:26

Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium's net loss of R302m
Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium's net loss of R302m

Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium has reported a net loss of R302m for the 6 months to June from a loss of just R10m at the same time a year ago.

30 Sep 2014 12:50

Astrapak strong after restructuring
Astrapak strong after restructuring

Astrapak's balance sheet is the strongest it has been in about four years, despite a widened interim loss, management says..

By Nick Hedley 30 Sep 2014 12:38

38% of Western Cape farm projects fail
38% of Western Cape farm projects fail

An external evaluation has shown that the Western Cape saw 38% of its 246 agricultural land reform projects in the province failing and another 24% experiencing "challenges".

29 Sep 2014 07:38

Fight brewing between Gordhan and PPC?
Fight brewing between Gordhan and PPC?

Ketso Gordhan‚ who resigned as chief executive of PPC a week ago‚ is gearing up for a battle for his reinstatement‚ lining up a series of meetings this week with shareholders to build support.

By Nick Hedley 29 Sep 2014 12:46

Solar electricity makes good financial sense
Solar electricity makes good financial sense

A recent report by the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate found that renewable energy (RE) sources have emerged with stunning and unexpected speed as large-scale, and increasingly economically viable, alternatives to fossil fuels.

29 Sep 2014 11:07

Bowler Metcalf to merge bottling operations
Bowler Metcalf to merge bottling operations

After months of rumours‚ plastics packaging specialist Bowler Metcalf has confirmed that it will pour its soft-drink bottler Quality Beverages‚ the maker of the Jive brand‚ into a new and bigger operation.

By Marc Hasenfuss 29 Sep 2014 13:02

Presidency asks everyone to assist Seriti Commission
Presidency asks everyone to assist Seriti Commission

The Presidency has advised anyone who has information that can assist the Seriti Commission of Inquiry to forward the information to assist the commission so that it can be interrogated.

29 Sep 2014 09:44

Belaz trucks may boost ELB's earnings
Belaz trucks may boost ELB's earnings

ELB Group's agreement to be the South African distributor for the global Belaz range of heavy trucks is expected to have a substantial effect on our earnings Chief Executive Stephen Meijers said.

By Nick Hedley 29 Sep 2014 12:12

Field Office cures Safe Tops' admin overload
Field Office cures Safe Tops' admin overload

Safe Top, the supplier of fasteners and hardware products, needed a sales management solution that would handle the demands of a company that caters both to trade and DIY users and that would make their work a more smooth and efficient process, without compromising their professionalism.

29 Sep 2014 13:00

Illegal mining solutions sought to end R5.6bn in gold thefts
Illegal mining solutions sought to end R5.6bn in gold thefts

The Council for Geoscience (CGS) will close 45 open mine shafts in the coming financial year to prevent illegal mining and to protect communities who live near the derelict and abandoned mines in Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.

26 Sep 2014 09:09

State asks private companies to donate to an Ebola fund
State asks private companies to donate to an Ebola fund

The Department of Health has appealed to the country's private sector to donate to the Ebola Response Fund to assist the countries affected by the virus.

26 Sep 2014 08:26

Strikes hurt metal output in SA
Strikes hurt metal output in SA

The month-long strike by metal workers in July had a drastic effect on the output of the metals and engineering sector, the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (Seifsa) says.

By Mark Allix 25 Sep 2014 09:21

Mega cities of the future require local electricity production
Mega cities of the future require local electricity production

Seven billion people will live and work in urban areas by 2050 and the demand for energy for all these people will be huge.

By Sven Lindström 25 Sep 2014 16:39

Government commits to looking after its own people
Government commits to looking after its own people

The Department of Public says it is committed to honouring its Constitutional mandate to provide accommodation to government, including members of the Executive.

22 Sep 2014 07:41

Astrapak reports loss of 33 cents a share
Astrapak reports loss of 33 cents a share

Plastic packaging group Astrapak expects to make a headline loss per share of at least 33c for the six months to August after a loss of 1.5c per share in the previous comparable period.

22 Sep 2014 10:39

Pioneer to unbundle its stake in Quantum Foods
Pioneer to unbundle its stake in Quantum Foods

Pioneer Foods will proceed with plans to unbundle its entire stake in its agricultural business‚ Quantum Foods‚ which will then be listed as a separate entity on the JSE in October.

By Fifi Peters 18 Sep 2014 12:03

New rolling stock will develop local manufacturing
New rolling stock will develop local manufacturing

Transnet believes rolling stock will be pivotal for the development of new industries and influencing how much is manufactured locally. This would promote strong‚ sustainable growth in the sector‚ which in turn would lead to more job opportunities.

By Bekezela Phakathi 18 Sep 2014 11:46

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