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Money Web
Imported cement volumes up a staggering 293%
Imports of cement into South Africa increased by 293% year-on-year in July – and are 17.5% higher for the first seven months of this year – despite the lack of major infrastructure projects and the severely depressed construction and building environment in the country.
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Business Day
Now is the time to get back into the muddy waters of SA equities
Are you one of the many SA investors who has reduced their long-term investment portfolio’s exposure to local equities in the past three years due to their poor performance? Perhaps you have switched from equities to cash or put all your new money into “low-risk” cash investments...
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Vanguard News
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Business Day
EDITORIAL: AGM a chance to have a crack at Sasol board
Given institutional shareholders’ preference for engaging behind closed doors with the board and management of their investee companies, it was hardly surprising there was no sign of any of the big hitters at last year’s Sasol annual general meeting (AGM). It was left to two smal...
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Daily Mail
Fruit firm seeks $200,000 for expansion project
KALONDE NYATI, Lusaka LOCAL fruit processing company Chankwakwa requires about US$200,000 to increase volumes to penetrate the regional and continental markets. The company, which produces fruit jams, marmalade and dried fruits, tomato pickle, tomato chutney and hot chilli sauce...
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