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Barloworld announces new Group structure

7th March 2019 Barloworld Group announced a strategic decision to merge their Automotive and Logistics Divisions, a move that will leverage the assets and capabilities of the two divisions. The new change brings about the opportunity to strengthen the Group’s core capabilities while optimising their existing... 

Enabling a Sustainable Future – Delivering on Africas Renewable Energy Agenda

21st February 2019 African economies have in recent years experienced a surge in business activity, thanks in part to the emergence of an increasingly prosperous middle class. This consumer boom has not only strained retail supply chains but has placed overwhelming demands on national utilities.  The World Bank... 

Sustainability beyond the “factory door”

8th August 2018 Sustainable business practices are no longer a nice to have, but a vital component of strategy that drives organisational longevity, market share and bottom-line performance. For the most part, responsible organisations have adopted environmentally friendly practices into their everyday... 

Barloworld Logistics breaks new ground

30th July 2018 Barloworld Logistics celebrated a significant milestone in the journey to their new facility. A SOD turning ceremony was hosted on-site, and the teams from all partner organisations were able to get their first real feel of the building to come. The event was a landmark event in the history of... 
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Occidental makes Anadarko bid, seeks to derail Chevron deal

Occidental Petroleum is starting a bidding war for Anadarko Petroleum, making a $38-billion counteroffer in attempt to break up the proposed takeover by Chevron. Occidental said Wednesday it’s offering $76 a share in cash and stock, a premium of about 20% over Chevron’s April 12 agreement to buy... 

South Africa's 2018/19 maize crop seen down 15% on drought

South Africa is likely to harvest 15% less maize in 2018/2019 compared with the previous season after drought delayed plantings, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday. The government's Crop Estimates Committee (CEC), which will provide its third production forecast for the 2018/2019 crop on... 
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