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Amplats shines; Denel can’t pay staff; Zimbabwe currency anger; Gold keeps running; Brexit to nail Ireland

Amplats expects its half-year earnings to rise by at least 80%, helped by an increased metals price and one-off impairments ...
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SA mining stocks, led by gold, surge to highest level since 2008

SA mining stocks haven't had it this good since 2008. Thanks to surging iron ore, gold and platinum-group metals, a ...
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Corruption Watch: Here’s the low hanging State Capture fruit – start arresting!

In this interview with the Executive Director of Corruption Watch, David Lewis details how state capture flourished as Zuma crippled ...
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Nonkululeko Britton: Let’s hear it for those friends who can light up your darkest day with a call

True friends, the kind who make you feel like family, are worth holding on to, even as you follow your ...
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Time to re-assess efficacy of financial canaries Moody’s, S&P and Fitch

With so much power over countries' fortunes, credit rating agencies have irked many developing countries and have also been accused ...
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Ramaphosa’s in charge; but shown to possess an Achilles Heel – Calland

Ramaphosa has demonstrated that he's plugged in with an undeniable vision and strategy - but he urgently needs someone to ...
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Flash Briefing: Bitcoin breaks $10k; Naspers delays Prosus listing; Luno on hiring spree; Ethiopian coup foiled

Late on Friday, Bitcoin traded above $10,000 for the first time in over a year, riding a wave of optimism ...
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Zim wants (another) new currency, get back into IMF’s good books

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his finance chief want a new currency by March, would seek financing from the International ...
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John Hulett: Tongaat’s deception of my family began decades ago

John Hulett, nephew of Guy Hulett and great-grandson of founder Sir Liege Hulett, gives us a unique glimpse into the ...
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Flash Briefing: Eskom bailout ready; Rand steady; Gold at 5-year-high; Naspers Sweeps South; Hain – bring back the money

Ramaphosa acknowledged in his state of the nation address that Eskom's financial position is of "grave concern" and that the ...
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