02h51 Major automakers think U.S.
President Donald Trump will again this week push back a
self-imposed deadline on whether to put up to 25% tariffs on
national security grounds on imported cars and parts from. . .
11/11 South African mobile
operator Vodacom on Monday reported an 18.9% rise in
half-year profits, partly reflecting the absence of one-off
costs related to a share scheme offered to black investors.. . .
11/11 The pound jumped on Monday,
hitting a six-month high versus the euro and posted its biggest
daily rise in nearly a month against the greenback after the
Brexit Party said it would not contest. . .
11/11 Gold fell on Monday to its lowest in more
than three months, dragged below technical support as upbeat
risk sentiment kept U.S. stock indexes close to record levels,
while investors awaited news on the. . .
11/11 The S&P 500 and Nasdaq stock indexes fell
from record highs on Monday as uncertainty about progress in
U.S.-China trade talks again rose to the fore following comments
by President Donald Trump, while a. . .
11/11 U.S. solar company SunPower said
on Monday it will split into two publicly traded companies,
separating most of its solar panel manufacturing operations from
storage and energy services, sending its shares up as much. . .
06/11 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa secured about 200 billion rand ($13.5 billion) of new investment pledges on Wednesday, saying these would spur economic growth and reduce unemployment, but foreign firms made. . .
23/10 Bitcoin's price dropped on
Wednesday to its lowest level against the dollar since the
middle of May after Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark
Zuckerbeg, in testimony before Congress, expressed doubts about
whether the company's cryptocurrency. . .
05/11 Moody's pushed state power firm Eskom's credit rating deeper into sub-investment territory on Tuesday, saying a government plan to reorganise the cash-strapped South African firm would be hard to implement without. . .
06/11 Australia's South32 Ltd said on Wednesday it would sell its South Africa thermal coal business to Seriti Resources and two trusts for 100 million rand ($6.78 million) upfront and deferred payments. . .
18/10 A Boeing Co senior
pilot said he might have unintentionally misled regulators, in a
series of internal messages from 2016 that became public Friday,
plunging the world's largest airplane maker into a fresh crisis.. . .
18/10 South Africa's plans for additional power generation over the next decade will involve a variety of energy sources, with coal still playing a significant role as well as more renewable energy,. . .
25/10 South Africa's state-run airports management company said on Thursday it had suspended Zimbabwe's debt-strapped national airline from using the country's airports over unpaid landing and parking fees.. . .
29/10 South Africa plans a sweeping
overhaul of its power sector by breaking up loss-making state
utility Eskom over the next three years and opening the industry
up to more competition, a long-awaited government paper. . .
25/10 South Africa's rand firmed against the dollar on Friday, but traders expected the currency to remain range-bound ahead of Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's medium-term budget speech and Moody's rating review next. . .
21/10 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday that the government will soon announce a permanent chief executive for state-run Eskom, after the struggling power utility reintroduced rolling blackouts last week.. . .
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