17.4.2019 06:18 pm
At least 15,000 Amcu members downed tools on November 21, 2018 at Sibanye’s gold operations of Driefontein, Kloof, and Beatrix mines.
Almost five months later, the strike by members of of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) at Sibanye-Stillwater's South African gold operations has ended, the miner confirmed on Wednesday.
A Chinese college student is suing tech billionaire and JD.com founder Richard Liu for allegedly raping her last year during a US visit.
Disney will donate $5 million for the reconstruction of Notre-Dame, the company announced Wednesday, calling the French cathedral an “irreplaceable masterpiece.”
South Korean President Moon Jae-in kicked off a trade and investment-focused tour of Central Asia on Wednesday with a visit to Turkmenistan, as he seeks to ease reliance on China and the US.
India’s debt-stricken Jet Airways halted all of its operations Wednesday after failing to secure emergency funding from lenders, leaving it teetering on the edge of bankruptcy.
The US trade deficit in February fell to its lowest level in eight months, thanks in part to rising aircraft and auto exports, according to government data released Wednesday.
A chairperson says slapping massive import tariff increases is the low road, and simply a way to shut down competition.
American firms in China remain frustrated and are growing more pessimistic about their prospects in the country, a top business lobby said Wednesday, while a trade war between Washington and Beijing continues to fester.
Lines stretched out at petrol stations in Portugal on Wednesday as supplies were hit by a fuel haulers strike days before a long holiday weekend.
Telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson said Wednesday it had launched the first European large scale commercial 5G network together with Swiss operator Swisscom, as Ericsson posted a first quarter profit boosted by sales in North America.
The EU on Wednesday unveiled a wide-ranging list of US-made goods, from beeswax to car parts, subject to tariffs in retaliation for subsidies to Boeing as a transatlantic trade war risked re-erupting.
Its subsidiary Baobab Mining and Exploration is developing the hard coking and thermal coal project in Limpopo province.
A report released by the ratings agency kindest to SA has led to a drop in the rand.
CEO Vikesh Ramsunder says the group is planning capital investment of R700 million for the year.