Daily Archives: May 25, 2013

Full-year results: Peter Staude – CEO, Tongaat Hulett

‘I’m actually quite excited that it will be a good year.’

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Electricity system ‘close to the edge’: Chris Yelland – EE Publishing

‘Things are not only tight – they are very, very tight.’ Load-shedding looms.

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Market watcher: Wayne McCurrie – Momentum Wealth

Wayne calls himself ‘almost a lone voice in the wilderness’ on the rand.

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Business news headlines: Hilton Tarrant – Moneyweb

FNB wants a black executive to replace Jacques Celliers as head of business banking.

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Stocks break four-week winning streak

‘Our market needed a bit of breather, there’s no reason to panic.’

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Beware the roadside repo runner

Vehicle debt collectors in blue light controversy.

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NPA seeks to appeal Fidentia sentence

Papers were filed in the Western Cape High Court on Friday.

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Government risks strangling the golden goose

Regulatory hurdles mount for cash-flush brewer.

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The difficulty of creating a believable narrative

In creating a country narrative, truth is not critical to persuasion but any story has to at least be believable, writes Itumeleng Mahabane

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Optimists give us reason to be cheerful

At times of violence and upheaval it can be helpful to listen to steadying voices, writes Anthony Butler

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EDITORIAL: ANC’s default position is secrecy

The powers that be realise their default option of secrecy is incompatible with the constitution, yet they still seek to manipulate the process to their political advantage

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Parents urged to get more involved in children’s school lives

Moms and dads urged to show greater interest in children’s education to help improve performance and prevent bullying, teen pregnancy and substance abuse

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Mpofu attacks notion of ‘responsible policing’ at Marikana

Dali Mpofu, counsel for arrested and injured miners, contends national police chief’s assertion cannot hold true in view of video footage recorded on August 16

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Minister confirms SA troops placed in Congo after CAR battle

President, defence minister in firing line over deployment of soldiers to eastern Congo, allegedly without informing Parliament

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