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Icasa receives six high-demand spectrum applications

All the big names are among them, and a few newcomers, with Icasa saying it will defend the process against any form of litigation

The role of trade in SA’s economic recovery

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Apple best-performing large tech stock as it passes Amazon

Apple shares hit an intraday record with revenue growth expected to increase to 15% in fiscal 2021 from 6% in 2020

Absa creates a better client experience and saves businesses time with API integration

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Boeing’s 737 MAX to be used in American Airlines flight

The airline, with its president on board, will make a round trip from Miami to New York after being grounded for 21 months

Bitcoin trader Mirror Trading placed under provisional liquidation after FSCA warnings

The Stellenbosch-based bitcoin trading scheme, which has been called a scam and a Ponzi scheme, may have its property seized

Ant looks to fold its financial units into a holding company

New structure of fintech giant would be more regulated like a bank

EU airlines remove non-EU voter rights as per new Brexit rules

Ryanair and Wizz Air Holdings’ will withdraw the  rights from January 1, disenfranchising a majority of its shareholders

Grindrod sells stake in agricultural group Senwes

The sale forms part of a strategic move to dispose of noncore businesses with proceeds going towards paying down debt

Exxaro scraps sale of Black Mountain zinc stake to IDC

The IDC opts out of buying a key stake in Vedanta’s Northern Cape mines as it resets its strategy

Attacq agrees R500m sale of part of MAS stake to Mary Oppenheimer-owned firm

Property group Attacq sells part of a key asset as its tackles R11bn of debt and funds growth

Alibaba’s $10bn buyback plan fails to halt stock slide

Outcome of antitrust probe into Jack Ma’s business empire by Chinese regulators worries investors

NEWS ANALYSIS: Ayo’s cash whittles away in dividends to Survé’s AEEI

The tech company declares dividends and pays out hundreds of millions of rand despite the PIC and GEPF wanting their money back

Grand Parade’s Burger King disposal hits another snag

GPI is urgently negotiating the sale of Burger King SA after Covid-19 devalued it by about R100m

BHP starts production at Samarco five years after dam disaster

The miner says it has met licensing requirements  and has begun iron ore pellet production at its Samarco joint venture with Brazil’s Vale

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