Policy-makers need to prepare for the transition from coal to renewables – IEEFA.
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV is among 39 firms targeted by fresh European Union investigations into Belgian tax deals after an earlier order to recoup about 800 million euros was criticized by an EU court.
Private operators will reject the proposal.
The Black Management Forum has accused Old Mutual and its chair Trevor Manuel of disregarding the courts and the rule of law during its legal battle with axed CEO Peter Moyo.
The overwhelming majority of Naspers shareholders chose to get shares in its new tech company Prosus, rather than more Naspers shares.
Other companies include British American Tobacco Coordination Center and Pfizer Animal Health.
Purdue Pharma has filed for bankruptcy with a more than $10bn plan to settle claims that it fuelled the US opioid epidemic by illegally pushing sales of its addictive OxyContin painkiller.
Oil surged and havens climbed after a strike on the heart of Saudi Arabia’s crude production heightened geopolitical risk.
A plan to establish the world’s largest green-energy financing initiative is being threshed out, as SA seeks to cut its carbon footprint and fund struggling power utility Eskom.
Oil price surge stokes inflationary concerns for importers.
The statement by the New Development Bank said R7bn was approved by the NDB’s board of directors for National Toll Roads Strengthening and Improvement Programme in South Africa.