Hulamin, which counts Tesla among its customers, may return to profitability in its financial second half but even so, some shareholders are pushing for leadership changes at the aluminium group.
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Pharmaceutical company Pfizer is building manufacturing capacity for vaccines in SA, but it will not manufacture a Covid-19 vaccine in the country.
Mondelez, the $81bn (R1.4-trillion) maker of Oreo cookies, Cadbury chocolate and Ritz crackers, is on the hunt to acquire healthier snack brands as consumers watch their weight and both investors and
A cryptocurrency mania known as decentralised finance has helped to turn digital currencies into this year's best-performing asset by far.
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All work and no play was making Microsoft dull, so it got into the gaming industry, which has jaw-dropping numbers
South African airline Mango said its currently in discussion with SAA technical in a bid to keep its planes operating.
Britain's partisan papers met Brexit with the same unbridled joy and tearful anguish that was felt across the streets and pubs of Britain on Friday night.
Passengers could be left stranded from Sunday after the commercial airline failed to pay SAA Technical for its services.
The utility said it wanted to set the record straight months after Jan Oberholzer was accused of favouring the interests of contractor Aveng by pressuring an employee to pay off a R40 million invoice