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SPANJAARD : Profit drops on energy costs

HIGH increases in energy, labour and fuel costs continued to negatively affect manufacturing industries, leading to a decline in their gross margin, Spanjaard said on Friday. The group, which provides lubrication products for industrial, car care, ... 4 Traders, 2 days ago

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Eskom in positive mood

LOAD shedding risk was moderate this week, Eskom said yesterday. Some of the utilities generators and units were still out for maintenance, but it was positive its systems would cope. Spokesman Khulu Phasiwe said the utility was doing most of their ...
 IOL2 days ago Two rounds of load shedding  IOL4 weeks ago
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Myeni cleared on foreign account allegations

Siphamandla Goge SAA board chairwoman Dudu Myeni is mulling legal action after being exonerated of allegations she had siphoned more than R250 million into foreign bank accounts. Myeni, who came out smelling of roses after reportedly being ...
 IOL2 days ago

Rolfes : Performance lifts revenue 13.9%

ROLFES registered a 13.9 percent revenue increase to R589.3 million for the half-year under review due to the excellent top line performance in all divisions, it said yesterday. Rolfes is a provider of industrial, agricultural and water chemicals to ...
 4 Traders1 week ago

Union tension rises with new rival to Numsa

Siphamandla Goge THE ARRIVAL of a new metal, engineering and car sector union, the Liberated Metalworkers Union of SA (Limusa), is likely to add strain to an already fragile labour environment and heighten the battle for members in the sector. ...
 IOL1 week ago

York Timber: Higher profits expected

YORK Timber expected its operating profit for the half-year to December 2014 to be between 55 percent and 65 percent higher than the previous comparative period without giving a reason, the company said on Friday. Earnings per share (EPS) and its ...
 IOL1 week ago YORK TIMBER : Higher profits expected  4 Traders1 week ago

Eskom supply uncertain again

ESKOM lost more power generating units yesterday, forcing the utility to implement power cuts of up to 1 000MW, which it had initially cancelled. Load shedding would probably continue until the units returned, however, it was not clear when this ...
 Daily News South Africa1 week ago

Petmin: Strong interim earnings expected

PETMIN is forecasting an increase in its interim basic earnings per share of between 47 percent and 49 percent. Basic earnings per share for the six-month period to December are expected to be between 8.35cents and 8.45c, the multi-commodity mining ...
 IOL1 week ago PETMIN : Strong interim earnings expected  4 Traders1 week ago

Brown delivers some good news

ESKOM had carried out emergency repairs at the Majuba power station, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown, said yesterday in Parliament. Majuba was now able to provide full power at the morning and evening peak times and an average of 85 percent ...
 IOL1 week ago
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New threat to shut down Post Office

Siphamandla Goge THE AILING SA Post Office (Sapo) faces new looming challenges that would be another blow to business and jobs in South Africa. Efforts to stabilise the entity could be derailed by the latest threats and demands by the ...
 IOL1 week ago
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