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Taurai Mangudhla Senior Business Reporter ZIMBABWE’S largest beverage maker, Delta Corporation’s legal battle to get interest of close to $700 000 on charges of underestimated taxes from state revenue
Enacy Mapakame Business Reporter Depressed production volumes saw Hippo Valley Estates, a local unit of South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett, report a 13 percent decline in revenue to $72 milli
“Cash is king!” Many times over, this statement has proven to be true, particularly in tough trading environments such as ours. The cash, we are referring to in this article is “cash” in the business
Business Reporter More than two million Old Mutual Zimbabwe shares have traded on the Financial Securities Exchange (Finsec) Alternative Trading Platform (ATP) board since December 2016, official figu
Qatari phone carrier Ooredoo QSC decided to bid for the insolvent owner of Turkey’s biggest telecommunications company to rival an offer from Saudi Telecom Co., three people with knowledge of the matt
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Tunisia will continue with a package of painful economic policies, Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said Tuesday, despite resistance from labor unions and business associations to changes that will raise
Morocco’s currency regulator has announced a ban on transactions in bitcoin and other virtual currencies, in a country where foreign exchange flows are tightly controlled.
Seeing an attempt to block its buyout out of Time Warner as a radical departure by the U.S. government, AT&T is preparing for a fight to see the $85 billion deal through.
Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund finalized a deal to take over the management of Riyadh’s $10 billion unfinished financial hub as the government attempts to revive the project, according to people
Venezuela’s state-run PDVSA is siphoning oil from its cash-paying joint ventures with foreign firms to feed its domestic refineries, two sources close to the matter said, at a time when late debt paym
Bitcoin hit a record high, shrugging off earlier losses posted after the $31 million theft of a cryptocurrency peer renewed concern about the security of digital coins.
Johannesburg. – The rand was slightly weaker yesterday afternoon, but off its worst levels, as negative sentiment related to SA’s forthcoming credit-review decisions, and event-risk related to Z
LONDON – Gold rebounded yesterday as investors anticipated signals on the direction of US monetary policy from the minutes of a November Federal Reserve meeting. Spot gold was up 0,1 percent at
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Dr Pali Lehohla remarks on his experiences as South Africa’s statistician-general.
Ombudsman for Long-Term Insurance Judge Ron McLaren says cultural nuances must not be disregarded when considering a disputed pay out.
Mediclinic International’s share price shed more than 3% as the group's takeover bid of UK-based Spire Healthcare Group came to an abrupt end.

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