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Following the recent closure and liquidation of the BCL and Tati Nickel mines, Botswana Life Insurance Limited (BLIL) has extended empathy and support to policyholders from the mines by offering them a six-month payment holiday.
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A Lebanese startup that tracks customer shopping behavior through close-circuit television will head to Switzerland to compete for $1 million in investments.
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Output cuts by Opec and other oil producers are clearing a supply glut that has weighed on crude prices for three years, ministers said at a meeting on Friday to review the pact that expires in March
South African finance minister says KPMG should be probed by law enforcement agencies.
Greenpeace activists boarded a ship on its way to Britain in an attempt to stop a consignment of Volkswagen diesel cars being imported from Germany.
Google is biting off a big piece of device manufacturer HTC for $1.1bn (R14.6bn) to expand its efforts to build phones, speakers and other gadgets.
Mark Zuckerberg has been utterly unable to avoid what’s become a second full-time job: managing an escalating series of political crises.
Trencor's share price moved into positive territory despite the group releasing a trading update in which it expects to report losses.
The airline says it will cancel as many as 50 flights a day for six weeks because it “messed up” when scheduling crew holidays.
Manchester United said it was likely to maintain revenue around last year’s record level in 2017-18 as it returns to the lucrative Champions League.
Richemont has made key appointments in its executive team by adding a role of chief technology officer and human resources director.
Executive Mayor of Tshwane, Solly Msimanga is offering a R10 000 reward for information on the cable theft syndicate in the City of Tshwane.
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SA’s economic growth is projected to continue to be weak this year, before picking up moderately next year.
London’s transport regulator has stripped Uber of its license to operate, affecting over 40 000 drivers in a huge blow to the taxi app.
Card payments innovators like Yoco, Sureswipe and Ikhokha are in full PR-mode as they try to position themselves as the next big thing.
Nafcoc on Friday congratulated Patrice Motsepe who had been selected by Forbes as one of the 100 greatest living business minds.
UASA said it was disappointed that the Monetary Policy Committee of the SA Reserve Bank decided to leave the repo rate unchanged.
French billionaire Liliane Bettencourt, whose family founded L‘Oreal and still owns the largest stake in the cosmetics giant, has died aged 94.
Gold mining company Pan African Resources said it went through a bad patch recently, resulting in its gold production declining.
Malusi Gigaba has spoken out with regard to concern about the legality of the extension of the term of office of the Chairperson of the Board of SAA.
The board of Business Leadership SA has suspended the membership of auditing firm KPMG in the wake of their controversies.
The Jury is out on what the future holds for Anglo American, following Anil Agarwal's announcement, that he plans to hold a 20% stake in the company.
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