For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
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Uncertainty about land reform policies as well as an ongoing drought in certain areas of the country have continued to impact spending by farmers, says Sean Walsh.
Balwin Properties releases its unaudited interim results for the six months ended August 31, 2019.
A robust contribution from Zimbabwe and the rest of its African operations has seen cement producer PPC report a 7% growth in revenue.
Sun International has reported revenue growth of 12% and an increase in earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation of 13%.
Mediclinic has reported revenue that was flat in constant currency terms for the six months ended September 30 2017.
Discovery anticipates launching its banking offering during 2018, it said at the announcement of its annual financial results for the period ended June 30 2017.
For the remainder of the year, AngloGold Ashanti will be focusing on its restructuring strategy, which will cost 8 500 miners their jobs.
Shares in Anglo American Platinum have edged lower on news that the company expects half-year earnings to be as much as 67% lower due to impairments.
Astral's profits dwindle on the back of imports, drought and lower sales.
Danish shipping and oil conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk has registered a heavy loss in 2016 due to write-downs in its oil services division.
The property group's revenue fell by almost a fifth. But it is not anticipating further job cuts, according to CEO Wikus Lategan.
JSE-listed Kaap Agri has achieved modest growth during the financial year ending September 2018, mostly impacted by the drought in the Western Cape.
Kaap Agri’s interim results are encouraging despite difficult agricultural conditions specifically in the Western Cape, says the JSE listed company.
Anglo American Platinum has declared its first dividend in six years after the producer of the precious metal cut net debt by 75% from a year earlier.
For all the hand-wringing about how Amazon.com growth aspirations may hurt other companies, there’s plenty of evidence in third-quarter earnings results that the online retailer isn’t alone in benefiting from robust economic growth.
FNB’s results were mainly driven by the performance of its domestic operations, as operations in the rest of Africa saw profit before tax decline 32%.
Vodacom's first-quarter sales have gained 3.9% as sales of smartphones increased.
Atlantic Leaf Properties, the Mauritian-based real estate company, focuses on commercial property assets in strategically positioned light-industrial nodes in the UK.
Old Mutual Zimbabwe says it is taking steps to invest in real assets that preserve value, amid fears of the country's economy returning to the pre-dollarisation era.
Low-cost carrier FlySafair has made a profit in 2016 despite a tough trading environment, with low economic growth and an over-supply of seats on domestic routes.
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