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08 June 2018 8:04 AM Canada's Senate passes bill legalising recreational marijuana

Canada's Senate passed a bill on Thursday legalising recreational marijuana, moving it closer to becoming the first member of the Group of Seven nations to legalise the production, sale and consumption of the drug. Bill C-45, or the Cannabis Act, passed the Senate with 52 votes for, 30 against and one abstention after months of debate over the ramifications 60

04 June 2018 12:59 PM Richemont buys watch firm, sells luxury leather goods company

Luxury goods holding company Richemont SA [JSE: CFR] announced on Monday it would be adding UK retailer Watchfinder.co.uk to its portfolio, while selling its French luxury leather goods subsidiary Lancel. With the acquisition of Watchfinder, Richemont expands its online business, which currently has a stake in Dufry and fashion retailer YOOX NET-A-PORTER 95

03 June 2018 8:00 AM Best-selling bakkies in SA: Toyota Hilux runs rampant in May

When it comes to sales, the Toyota Hilux continues to probe popular in SA, both in the local bakkie market and as an overall best-seller. Sales in May 2018 proved no different as the Hilux accumulated a total sales figure of 3338 units. It’s closest rival, the Ford Ranger, managed 2819 units. The Nissan NP200 is by no means intimidated by its bigger 48

04 May 2018 9:22 AM SA car sales: Good month for luxury SUVs

South Africa - The BMW X3 was the best-selling luxury SUV in April 2018 after securing a sales figure of 244 units, reports Naamsa. In second place, the Toyota Land Cruiser 200 managed to secure a sales figure of 96 units, followed by the Toyota Prado (82 units) in third place. The Range Rover and Range Rover Sport found 69 new owners. The BMW X5 slipped 3161

03 May 2018 6:32 AM SA's best-selling cars: Polo Vivo on top, good month for Hyundai Grand i10

Cape Town - The Volkswagen Polo Vivo continues to be the best-selling passenger car in South Africa; during April 2018, the popular hatchback accumulated a total sales figure of 2143 units. It was followed by its big brother, the Polo, which managed 1907 units in second place. In third place, Hyundai's Grand i10 sold 1013 units. Along with the two Polo’s 2636

02 May 2018 1:36 PM Vehicle sales up despite holidays, strike action

Cape Town - Latest vehicle sales and export numbers are in line with general industry expectations, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers (Naamsa) said on Wednesday. Domestic new vehicle sales in April were 36 346 units - an improvement of 1 260 vehicles (3.6%) compared to April last year. In April 2018 aggregate export sales were 24 422 vehicles 74

30 April 2018 1:55 PM Growth in household credit, bond balances to remain subdued

Cape Town - The value of outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector was R1 564.1bn at the end of March and showed 3.9% year-on-year (y/y) growth up to the end of the first quarter of 2018, according to Jacques du Toit, property analyst at Absa Home Loans. The value of outstanding mortgage balances is the net result of all property 58

17 April 2018 3:28 PM Eskom pushed consumers to electricity price ceiling

Cape Town - South African consumers have reached a price ceiling in terms of electricity tariff hikes, according to the Southern African Faith Communities' Environment Institute (Safcei). Kim Kruvshaar, an independent sustainability auditor, represented Safcei at public hearings by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) in Cape Town on Tuesday 90

17 April 2018 3:12 PM Curro expands its Gauteng footprint

Johannesburg – Independent education provider Curro Holdings Limited [JSE:COH] has expanded its reach in Gauteng by acquiring Cooper College and Magic Beings Crèche. The company confirmed on Tuesday that the sales agreement to acquire 100% of the share capital of Cooper College was finalised on April 3. The “acquisition is aligned with Curro’s intention 73

17 April 2018 12:08 PM Tariff hikes not the solution for Eskom, Nersa hears

Cape Town – Eskom’s liquidity issues can be more adequately resolved by addressing non-payment among users and by implementing the major cost cutting needed at the state-owned power utility. This was the view expressed by Leslie Rencontre, director of electricity distribution and generation at the City of Cape Town to the National Energy Regulator of SA (Nersa) 90