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  1. News24.com | Anglo, French giant's new green energy venture wants to produce up to 5GW by 2030

    Anglo American and the French state-owned electricity utility Électricité de France (EDF) are forming a partnership that will start to build 600MW of wind and solar projects by next year.

  2. News24.com | STOCK TAKE | Prosus gets Indian reprieve - and contender for most-hated firm in SA

    Our view on the business stories of the day.

  3. News24.com | amaBhungane | The collapse of old king coal, Part 2: How poor targets created an energy crisis

    The current energy crisis was not just predictable, but predicted by those inside and outside Eskom, who warned that the coal fleet would very likely not achieve the aspirational targets set by the go

  4. News24.com | Creecy cranks up the heat on wealthy nations ahead of COP27

    Minister Barbara Creecy says it is time to move from negotiations toward the implementation of commitments by wealthy nations to support developing countries.

  5. News24.com | Pick n Pay surges as Boxer, price hikes boost profit

    Pick n Pay’s profitability was supported by recent price hikes, with the group’s internal selling price inflation for the period reaching 7.2%.

  6. News24.com | Almost 600 000 teaching assistants employed as part of Ramaphosa's jobs plan

    The Department of Basic Education created was the largest contributor to the Presidential Employment Stimulus, providing 596 109 jobs.

  7. News24.com | OPINION | Eskom can cut load shedding dramatically in a few years. The question is whether it will

    Recent energy announcements mean load shedding can reduce dramatically within four years. But there are significant hurdles still to overcome, writes Mauro Longano.

  8. News24.com | Court compels Gordhan to provide confidential documents on SAA sale

    A court has ordered that Public Enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan must provide confidential documents on SAA sale. At the same the court turned down an application to interdict the sale

  9. News24.com | Turkey's inflation rate hits 83%

    Turkish inflation jumped to a new 24-year high exceeding 83 percent in September, official data showed Monday, after the central bank cut interest rates despite surging prices.

  10. News24.com | Prosus' R85 billion deal to buy India's BillDesk falls through

    PayU, the subsidiary of Prosus, has called off the $4.7 billion deal to buy India's BillDesk after the transaction failed to meet certain conditions by the end of September

  11. News24.com | UK’s Truss drops controversial plan to axe top tax rate

    Prime minister says U-turn is because the tax overhaul became a ‘distraction from our mission to get Britain moving’.

  12. News24.com | STOCK TAKE | Telkom avoids signal loss amid the Rain - and the Woolies wage way

    Our view on the business stories of the day.

  13. News24.com | Here's why more companies want their staff back at the office

    Microsoft's latest Work Trend Index report shows a rise in 'productivity paranoia', with 85% of leaders finding it hard to trust that their employees are productive.

  14. News24.com | Inflation is a super villain - but you can beat it

    There's a new villain in town. It's real and poses a serious threat to your wealth and wellbeing. This villain is called Inflation, writes Johann Rossouw.

  15. News24.com | French economy minister 'worried' by British 'disaster'

    France's economy minister said Friday that he was worried by the financial turbulence in Britain, criticising Prime Minister Liz Truss's economic policies for causing a "disaster" of high borrowing ra

  16. News24.com | SA has sent a record million cartons of apples to China so far this year

    South Africa has already shipped more than a million cartons of apples to China so far in 2022 - a record, according to the deciduous fruit growers body Hortgro.

  17. News24.com | UK crisis: Truss admits misstep, says Kwarteng didn't inform cabinet of top tax rate move

    UK Prime Minister Liz Truss on Sunday conceded she should have better prepared Britain for her recent debt-fuelled mini-budget, which sparked a week of market turmoil, dismal headlines and disastrous

  18. News24.com | Queue-hit Amsterdam airport slashes flights to March

    Amsterdam's beleaguered Schiphol airport said Friday it would limit the number of flights until the end of March as one of Europe's biggest hubs struggles with long queues as air travel rebounds.

  19. News24.com | Global dealmaking plunges as financing market hits rock bottom

    Global M&A shrank for the third consecutive quarter as rising interest rates forced lenders to pull back from financing large deals and the soaring dollar failed to spur US companies into snapping

  20. News24.com | OPINION | Dollar shock threatens the global economy

    Rising interest rates and a rapidly appreciating currency are exporting the US inflation problem and threaten to send the rest of the global economy into recession as other central banks are forced to

  21. News24.com | OPINION | How much more economic growth can the planet sustain?

    It's unlikely that there is scope for infinite growth on a finite planet, writes Mark Buchanan.

  22. News24.com | Namibia sounds alarm as shared rivers dry up

    Namibia's water, energy, and food security are under threat because its main rivers have run dry amid a drought, and its upstream neighbours are diverting supplies.

  23. News24.com | New Eskom board: Business groups happy with mix of skills

    Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan announced a new board on Friday. The board includes Nedbank chair Mpho Makwana, former MTN SA boss Mthetho Nyathi, and former Cosatu secretary-general Bheki

  24. News24.com | Rich nations to face climate pressure at pre-COP27 talks in DR Congo

    Environment ministers from some 50 countries gather in DR Congo on Monday for the pre-COP27 climate talks.

  25. News24.com | Elon Musk's Tesla shows latest robot prototype with opposable thumbs

    Tesla boss, Elon Musk, showed off a prototype humanoid robot to demonstrate the automaker's advances in artificial intelligence.

  26. News24.com | A third of commercial tenants are behind on rent

    Commercial property tenants are more financially pressured than before the Covid-19 pandemic, with about a third behind on their rent payments.

  27. News24.com | Regulator warns clients of Constantia Insurance to seek new cover following liquidation

    SA's financial watchdog has urged policy holders of Constantia Insurance Company to contact their brokers and switch insurers after the company was liquidated.

  28. News24.com | Old Mutual sweetens its BEE share offer, with 30 000 applications already received

    For an investment of R10 per Old Mutual share, successful applicants will be able to buy R66 in shares.

  29. News24.com | Sibanye and AMCU platinum wage talks deadlock

    Sibanye noted with concern that union leadership rejected the deal despite employee and union representative support for it.

  30. News24.com | Zim wants mining companies to pay half of royalties in gems and precious metals

    Zimbabwe wants gold, diamond and platinum miners to pay half of their royalties to the government in the commodities themselves and the rest in cash, as the southern African country seeks to build its

  31. News24.com | Engineering giant ABB puts R6bn aside as provision for Kusile corruption charges

    Swiss Engineering firm ABB says it has put aside around around R6 billion as a provision to cover costs related to corruption probes at Kusile power station.

  32. News24.com | MTN issues tender for solar rooftops, carports

    MTN South Africa has launched a procurement process for solar rooftop installations at its facilities to beat load shedding and reduce its carbon emissions.

  33. News24.com | STOCK TAKE | 'Mr Truworths' may finally retire - and high drama in the AG office

    Our view on the business stories of the day.

  34. News24.com | PIC grows assets to R2.5 trillion

    The PIC, which manages the funds of the Government Employees' Pension Fund, now manages R2.5 trillion. While its equity investment portfolios met the benchmark its property and unlisted portfolios fel

  35. News24.com | Germans urged to save more gas despite cold weather

    Germany's top energy regulator on Thursday issued an urgent warning to consumers to save more gas regardless of chilly weather as figures showed above-average usage.

  36. News24.com | Brands blast Twitter for ads next to child pornography accounts

    Some major advertisers including Dyson, Mazda and Ecolab have suspended their marketing campaigns or removed their ads from parts of Twitter over child porn fears.

  37. News24.com | Germany deploys R3.5trn shield in 'energy war'

    Germany extended a 200-billion euro shield for households and businesses from rocketing power costs, as Europe's biggest economy found itself in an "energy war " against Russia.

  38. News24.com | Short-term credit extension to lower-income households falls as economy stutters, survey shows

    Data from ICT group Altron points to a further decline in net short-term credit extension in the second quarter, a sign that surging inflation and rising interest rates are eroding economic activity a

  39. News24.com | Rain check: More delays in getting jet fuel to Cape Town airport

    The ship carrying much-needed jet fuel has been delayed by a further 12 hours due to continued bad weather.

  40. News24.com | HR head fired after threatening Auditor-General

    A disciplinary process found Mlungisi Mabaso guilty of gross misconduct and gross dishonesty, among other charges.

  41. News24.com | Capitec continues growth streak amid digital boost

    South Africa's biggest digital banker booked a 17% rise in its headline earnings for its half-year to end-August, with loan sales and disbursements growing by more than a third, although it is now con

  42. News24.com | STOCK TAKE | Oceana in calmer waters - and why the UK doesn't deserve to be an emerging market

    Our view on the business stories of the day.

  43. News24.com | PODCAST | SA Money Report: Probing why eThekwini's taking the nuclear option in Eskom divorce plan

    This week SA Money Report tries to understand eThekwini's surprising plan for nuclear power, and whether the ANC's RET faction has a hand in things.

  44. News24.com | Look out for US and other foreign brands when Circle K stores roll out in SA

    South African consumers can expect to find US and other international goods at certain Circle K stores when the convenience retail brand rolls out in the country.

  45. News24.com | MONEY CLINIC | How do I initiate the process of prescribing my debt?

    A News24 Business reader considering prescribing her debt looks to an expert for guidance on how the process works.

  46. News24.com | Anti-dumping duties on cheap tyres from China not final or fatal, says Patel

    Trade, Industry and Competition Minister Ebrahim Patel said the International Trade Administration Commission's interim import levy on tyres from China is in place for six months and can be adjusted a

  47. News24.com | Load shedding, xenophobia worry Chinese companies in SA

    China is South Africa's largest trading partner, but trade between the two countries remains skewed towards China.

  48. News24.com | Airlink buys stake in FlyNamibia for flight efficiency, connecting small towns and global markets

    Independent SA-based airline Airlink is acquiring a 40% strategic equity holding in FlyNamibia with the aim of creating more efficient flights to, from and within Namibia.

  49. News24.com | Kremlin says it's 'stupid and absurd' to accuse Russia of Nord Stream gas leaks

    The Kremlin said Wednesday it was "stupid and absurd" to suspect that Russia was behind gas leaks on the Nord Stream pipelines to Europe, deemed to be a "deliberate act" by the EU.

  50. News24.com | Anglo coal spinoff Thungela looks cheap against peers after 1 300% surge

    Thungela Resources has soared some 1 300% since being carved out of Anglo American last year. But despite this, investors value the stock at a discount to worldwide peers.