Mon May 29 15:18:19 SAST 2017
Industrials‚ resources and retailers help buffer JSE

Industrial shares were the main driving force on the JSE at midday on Friday..

Crew strike costs SAA R31.8m

The one-day strike by South African Airways (SAA) cabin crew staff over meal allowances cost the troubled national carrier about R32-million due to the cancellation of flights.

Africa allows telecoms operators to keep broadband spectrum until 2028

Six South African telecoms companies, including MTN Group and Vodacom, can keep their broadband radio spectrum licences until they expire in 2028 after agreeing to buy at least 30 percent of the government's new Wireless Open Access Network (WOAN), the communications minister said on Wednesday.

Gigaba and Brown to meet on Denel's Gupta-linked venture

Finance Minister Malusi  Gigaba talks to the media at The National Treasury offices in Pretoria. Picture: Alaister Russell Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba and Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown plan to meet in a bid to resolve the impasse over the creation of Denel Asia‚ Denel acting chairman Daniel Mantsha said in Parliament on Wednesday.

Gigaba endorses Dudu Myeni‚ SAA board

Finance minister Malusi Gigaba has expressed full confidence in SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni and the airline’s board of directors‚ although he says he will remain hands on at the troubled national carrier.

JSE creeps up to 2015 highs‚ bolstered by financial stocks

Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Picture credits: Gallo Images A relatively buoyant performance in financial stocks‚ complemented by a rebound in some miners‚ nudged the local share market to its best level since 2015.

Numsa receives notice of retrenchment from GM

FILE PHOTO: Employees work on a Chevrolet Beat car on an assembly line at the General Motors plant in Talegaon, about 118 km (73 miles) from Mumbai September 3, 2012. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/File Photo The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) has received a notice of retrenchment from General Motors following the company’s announcement that it is pulling out of the country.

Uber threatens to fire self-driving car engineer in trade secrets case

Lily Mine families and workers are paid promised cash

BARBERTON, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 9: Family members of the three mineworkers who are trapped underground at the Lily Mine praying on February 9, 2016 in Barberton, South Africa. Two women, Yvonne Mnisi and Pretty Mabuza, and one man, Solomon Nyarenda, remain trapped in a metal container underground after a central pillar of ore, called a crown pillar, collapsed last Friday. (Photo by Gallo Images / Sowetan / Vathiswa Ruselo)..

Facebook to reimburse some advertisers after discovering bug

Oakbay not in position to comment on Optimum ‘hijack’ claim