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Covid could create a new wave of entrepreneurs

One of the biggest questions for a post-Covid South Africa is whether small, micro and medium enterprises will have the recovery potential to again drive employment

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Liquor ban breeds cynicism and division, says Pick n Pay chair ...

Little sign of the government listening to and consulting business on lockdown decisions

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Oil on a slippery slope as new Covid-19 wave hits

Oanda senior economist Craig Erlam talks to Business Day TV about the oil market

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JSE faces mixed Asian markets on Wednesday

The JSE faces mixed Asian markets on Wednesday morning, with gold above $2,000/oz as investors consider US-China tension and the Covid-19 pandemic
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STREET DOGS: Power of the long game

Trading stocks based on a short-term outlook or according to the latest headline does not translate into a long-term winning strategy
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JSE firms as positive PMI data points to steady global recovery

The JSE was firmer on Tuesday, along with its global peers as positive economic data boosted market sentiment, even as ...

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Rand weakens in response to global economic recovery concerns

The rand was lower on Tuesday, in line with emerging-market currencies as a surge in Covid-19 cases across the globe ...

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More and more South Africans say yes to online shopping

The online shopping revolution has been sped up quite significantly

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Call for corporates to take up the Womenomics Challenge

According to the Womenomics movement there is good and bad, or rather challenging, news for male-dominated corporate ...

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Pick n Pay expects first-half profits to halve

Retailer Pick n Pay warned on Tuesday its first-half profits could halve as it grapples with the fallout from Covid-19

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JSE to start to firmer Asian markets on Tuesday

The JSE faces firmer Asian markets on Tuesday with sentiment given a lift by upbeat manufacturing data from the US and ...

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WATCH: How the tourism sector has asked for more help

SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona talks to Business Day TV about the struggling sector

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Shoprite could exit Nigeria

Shoprite Holdings could become the latest South African retailer to retreat from other African markets after it said on ...

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JSE firms on better than expected Chinese economic data

The JSE was firmer on Monday, with its global peers mixed as data out of China boosted investor sentiment, while the ...

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Rand slips on rising Covid-19 infections and US-China tension

The rand was weaker on Monday, in line with emerging-market currencies as investors worry about a rise in Covid-19 ...

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Oil prices slip but remain rangebound

Oil prices fell on Monday on fears about the economic fallout from rising Covid-19 cases around the globe and on ...

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DBSA expects profits to fall in 2020 amid Covid-19

The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) said on Monday it expects to remain profitable in its year to end-March ...

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Implats names Thandi Orleyn as new board chair

Impala Platinum, the world’s third-largest source of platinum group metals (PGMs), has named former board member Thandi ...

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Hammerson mulls rights offer and disposals

UK and Europe shopping centre owner Hammerson, whose share has lost three quarters of its value so far in 2020, is ...

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Shoprite share on track to hit four-month high over sales

The share of Shoprite, the owner of Checkers and Usave stores, was on track for its best day in more than four months ...

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