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Putprop revenue decreases 8.2%

Commercial property market feels the pinch of rising costs

Rising property rates in South Africa’s commercial property sector are forcing landlords to pass on the high costs to their tenants.
Harmony Gold narrows quarterly loss

Madagascar’s economic growth forecast at 3% in 2014

Madagascar’s economic growth is projected to be at three per cent in 2014 largely due to activity in the mining sector.
ArcelorMittal SA sees slower growth rate

Industry remains positive as Numsa members down tools

South Africa’s largest metalworkers union's members, Numsa has downed tools from today demanding a 12 per cent pay increase.

S.African economy faces uncertainty

Economic conditions have been far less stable and predictable in recent times, South Africa’s finance minister has said.

Booth assumes CEO position at Italtile

Italtile Limited has said that Nick Booth will assume the role of chief executive of the company, with effect from 1 July 2014.
Weak rand boosts Evraz's local steel demand

South Africa engineering strike latest blow to sickly economy

A strike by more than 220,000 South African engineering workers will deal a fresh blow to an economy that contracted in the first quarter.
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