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SATURDAY, 24 MARCH 2018, 19:45


Tencent sales hurt Naspers shares

Yesterday at 09:00 AM, via IOL

Naspers shares fell more than 7% on the JSE after the global media and entertainment group said it was planning to sell up to 190m shares.

SA’s economic growth gaining momentum

Yesterday at 08:53 AM, via iAfrica

Government and business are hoping that a number of positive economic signs will see the country avoid a ratings downgrade by Moody’s.

Eskom wants to hike electricity tariffs by 30%

Yesterday at 08:40 AM, via BusinessTech

Eskom wants to recover tens of billions of rands that it lost due to overspending on coal and lower than expected sales between 2014 and 2017 – which could mean a massive tariff hike for businesses and consumers before the end of 2018.

Lessons from Zuma’s leadership

Yesterday at 07:32 AM, via Fin24

Even his most optimistic sympathisers will struggle to find silver linings in Jacob Zuma’s presidency, making it extremely difficult to cast him as a masterly statesman, says Khulekani Magubane.

Bitcoin slumps after Japan warning

Yesterday at 07:08 AM, via BusinessTech

A regulatory rebuke for one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges is giving Bitcoin investors the jitters.

BMW issues strong warning on policy

Yesterday at 06:44 AM, via IOL

BMW has cautioned government about proposed changes to its automotive policy that would endanger growth and future existence of the domestic industry.

D-Day for SA sovereign credit rating

Yesterday at 05:45 AM, via Fin24

Global ratings agency Moody’s is likely to make its long-awaited announcement on whether it will downgrade SA’s credit rating on junk status on Friday.

Human-eye VR

Yesterday at 02:16 AM, via BBC News

VR has suffered from an image problem, so could very high resolution headsets be the answer?

Match fit

Yesterday at 02:06 AM, via BBC News

Swiss watchmakers are turning to smart devices in a bid to take on Apple and Samsung.

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