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Resources sector may be the one to beat

With 2017 only a few working days old, mining stocks have already proven that resources will be the sector to watch on the JSE this year...

By Maarten Mittner 12 Jan 2017

SA construction sector must expand into Africa to overcome slump

While the multidisciplinary South African construction industry contributes significantly to the economy and employment, globally the industry is exposed to the business cycle and has been under tremendous pressure...

14 Nov 2016

ASEAN market seeks to increase bilateral trade with Africa

Member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will make a leap into the African continent with their first joint trade mission and business expo in South Africa next year...

11 Nov 2016

Bulk exports slip due to coal-line maintenance

SA's bulk export volumes fell by 0.7% year-on-year in October to 12.80-million tons, Transnet National Ports Authority said...

By Dominic Preuss 10 Nov 2016

Developing agricultural and energy security in rural Africa

There is a great need to develop renewable energy, particularly for small and medium-size enterprises in the agricultural and agro-processing industries...

28 Oct 2016

Oakbay "sets the record straight"

It's been a tough week for Oakbay. CEO, Nazeem Howa quit and the finance minister virtually thumbed his nose at the company's suggestion he withdraw his court application...

21 Oct 2016

Logistics the lifeblood of trade in Africa

As the biggest multi-industry site catering to a professional audience in Africa and South Africa, Bizcommunity is delighted to be media partner to the biggest port event in Africa...

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Namibia eases business travel, encourages cross-border trade and investment

Namibia is improving its business environment by...

11 Oct 2016

#JoburgIndaba: Pityana calls Zuma out on corruption

"Zuma must go" was the call from Sipho Pityana, AngloGold Ashanti chairman...

By Danette Breitenbach 5 Oct 2016

A.P. Moller Maersk to split into transport and energy divisions

Danish oil and shipping conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk said it would split the group into separate businesses for transport and energy as it faces headwinds in both sectors...

22 Sep 2016

SA bulk exports fall 4.9% y/y in August to 12.6-million tons

SA's bulk export volumes fell 4.9% year on year (y/y) August to 12.6-million tonnes after dropping by 15.4% y/y in July to 11.6-million tonnes...

13 Sep 2016

Resolve, SJS Energy partnership to optimise fuel industry supply chain

A new business unit called Resolve Energy Solutions has been created to capitalise on significant opportunities that exist in the fuel industry, particularly Sub-Saharan Africa...

5 Sep 2016

AngloGold eyes payout as world affiliates shine

AngloGold Ashanti reported strong interim free cash flows, bringing the company closer to resuming dividends after halting payments to shareholders in 2013 as it turned its attention to reducing its large debt, restructuring the company and slashing costs to return to profit.

By Allan Seccombe 18 Aug 2016

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