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In Business Day today

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In Business Times this week

Every Sunday, BDlive publishes content from the Sunday Times's Business Times section. This content is featured on various sections of BDlive, depending on the subject matter, and is also collected on the Business Times section page.

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Business Media in Education

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A range of calculators to help you determine how much tax you should pay, your car finance options, home loan values, investment returns and more.

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My Watchlist

If you are a registered user of BDlive (it's free to register), you can set up your own watchlist of shares to see how those shares are performing. Your watchlist will also display on your console, at the bottom of your screen.

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My Newsletters

BDlive sends out morning and afternoon email newsletters to highlight the latest news, analysis and opinion on our website, as well as occasional one-off emails to alert you to breaking news or to new articles added to our in-depth BD Alpha section, written by experts and captains of industry.

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Type in a share code or part of a company’s name in the Company Lookup box, then select the company name from the list of results and click Go to view its tearsheet with share data, news and more.
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The Third Umpire

Transnet CEO Brian Molefe, for “making up” with BHP Billiton over access to the Richards Bay Coal Terminal by small black-owned mines. Admittedly, reduced international demand for coal has freed up capacity.

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Pension Funds Adjudicator Muvhango Lukhaimane, who has cleared the complaints backlog for the first time since the office was created 16 years ago, despite a 5% increase in the number of complaints last year.

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The anonymous donor who has boosted Wits University’s coffers by a cool R100m. And kudos to Wits, for pledging to spend it on “strategic investments” that will contribute to filling the gaps in SA’s academic research.

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Governors of some US states are sticking to plans to quarantine healthworkers returning from countries with Ebola, despite pressure from the White House. What you think of these measures?

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