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PetroSA under the pump as trio placed on leave

State oil company PetroSA has placed its top three executives – including the chief executive –  on gardening leave due…

POSITIVE MOVE: NVest Group chief executive Anthony Godwin, right, and Rob McIntyre, corporate finance director, are excited about listing the East London company on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange

EL group’s listing piques interest

There has been a large appetite for shares of East London company NVest Group as it gets ready to list…

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Unlocking the potential of global investment

South African investors invested in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) over the last 15 years would have done extremely well…

DOUBLE TROUBLE: The  MTN Group has been hit by a double whammy – the fuel crisis in Nigeria and the workers strike in SA – that may negatively affect its services in its two biggest markets

Unease in MTN’s big markets

The MTN Group has been hit by a double whammy that has the potential to negatively affect its services in…

BUSINESS BOOST: Plans by SA Airways to procure jet fuel from black industrialists in South Africa could make the airline less competitive against rivals, analysts warn

SAA jet fuel plan may backfire

Plans by South African Airways (SAA) to procure jet fuel from black industrialists in South Africa could make the airline…

FRESH ATTEMPT:  The government hopes the reduced fees for e-tolls‚ announced by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa,  will restore consumer and investment confidence in Sanral

Move to reduce e-toll fees, improve collection

A NEW dispensation for e-tolls reduces fees for unregistered users by almost half and makes payment a condition of receiving…

IN FIRING LINE: The Competition Commission will investigate price-fixing in the multibillion-rand foreign currency trading market, with a number of local and foreign companies facing investigation  Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Foreign exchange traders face probe

The Competition Commission on Tuesday announced an investigation into price-fixing in the multibillion-rand foreign currency trading market‚ the latest in…

COUNTING LOSSES: Vodacom chief executive Shameel Joosub blames the R2-billion loss on a cut in mobile termination rates‚ which came into effect in April last year Picture: RUSSELL ROBERTS

Vodacom suffers R2-billion loss after rates cut

The aftershocks of a forced cut in mobile termination rates on Vodacom’s revenue were laid bare on Monday when it…

BUSINESS BOOST: Plans by SA Airways to procure jet fuel from black industrialists in South Africa could make the airline less competitive against rivals, analysts warn

SAA jet fuel plan may backfire

Plans by South African Airways (SAA) to procure jet fuel from black industrialists in South Africa could make the airline…

FRESH ATTEMPT:  The government hopes the reduced fees for e-tolls‚ announced by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa,  will restore consumer and investment confidence in Sanral

Move to reduce e-toll fees, improve collection

A NEW dispensation for e-tolls reduces fees for unregistered users by almost half and makes payment a condition of receiving…

IN FIRING LINE: The Competition Commission will investigate price-fixing in the multibillion-rand foreign currency trading market, with a number of local and foreign companies facing investigation  Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Foreign exchange traders face probe

The Competition Commission on Tuesday announced an investigation into price-fixing in the multibillion-rand foreign currency trading market‚ the latest in…

COUNTING LOSSES: Vodacom chief executive Shameel Joosub blames the R2-billion loss on a cut in mobile termination rates‚ which came into effect in April last year Picture: RUSSELL ROBERTS

Vodacom suffers R2-billion loss after rates cut

The aftershocks of a forced cut in mobile termination rates on Vodacom’s revenue were laid bare on Monday when it…

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