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Lonmin, the world’s third-largest platinum producer, said on Friday that it had greater leeway to delay the 12600 job losses because of improved metal prices in the three months to December.
Shell SA will be launching its first electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in its retail network this year, with the number installed based on demand.
The South African currency steadied near a one-week low after coming under pressure from a stronger greenback earlier in the week.
JSE-listed gold mining and exploration company Harmony Gold has warned that its headline earnings per share (Heps) could fall as much as 97 percent for the six months to end December.
The Public Servants Association said on Monday it welcomed steps announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his state of the nation address last week to combat corruption.
Financially distressed listed construction group Basil Read, which is in business rescue, has agreed to sell the 28percent interest in the Majwe Mining joint venture owned by its wholly owned subsidiary Basil Read Mining Botswana for R110.5million.
NET1 UEPS Technologies faced headwinds in South Africa during the second quarter to end December, negatively impacted by the loss of the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) contract and a further loss from Cell C fair value adjustment.
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