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Adani Power drives 21% jump in Indian utilities' coal imports in 2019

12h03 Indian utilities' coal imports jumped 21% last year, rebounding after a three-year slide mainly due to increased purchases by an Adani Power plant in western India, government data showed on Wednesday.. . .  Full story

Life Healthcare to sell stake in Indian JV for $293 million

19/09 South African private hospital group Life Healthcare said on Wednesday it will sell its entire 49.7 percent stake in India's Max Healthcare to a global investment firm for 4.3 billion rand ($293 million), in order. . .  Full story

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China revises up GDP growth for 2014-2018, on track to double economy

20/01 China has revised up its economic growth by 0.1 percentage points each year between 2014 and 2018, the National Bureau of Statistics said, making it easier for Beijing to fulfil its goal of. . .  Full story

Budget retailer Mr Price shares tumble 11% after poor sales

22/08 Shares in South African budget clothing and furniture retailer Mr Price tumbled on Thursday after the firm reported a slowdown in sales in the first four months of its financial year, citing a slow. . .  Full story

South Africa's Impala Platinum seeks tenders for Marula tailings facility

11/05 South Africa's Impala Platinum is seeking tenders for the construction of a tailings or waste storage facility for its Marula mine in a sign of recovery for an operation which was on the verge. . .  Full story

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India's Adani, NTPC sought extension of deadlines to curb coal plant emissions -documents

07/01 Top Indian coal-fired power generators Adani Power and NTPC Ltd have sought two-to-three-year extensions of deadlines to install emissions-cutting equipment at some plants, according to documents reviewed by Reuters, even as the country battles rampant pollution.. . .  Full story

South African regulator reviewing volatile share trading

12/01 A South African market regulator said on Friday it was reviewing volatile share trading sparked by market speculation that a research group would release a negative report on a listed firm.. . .  Full story

Packaging firm Mondi's top boss to leave as industry battles costs

10/01 Paper and packaging firm Mondi Plc's chief executive officer Peter Oswald is stepping down after nearly three years in the role overseeing the company's shift to producing more cardboard packaging whilst battling rising industry costs.. . .  Full story

S.Africa's Tsogo Sun CEO to retire, hotel business spin-off to go ahead

15/03 South African hotelier and casino operator Tsogo Sun said on Friday it is going ahead with the spinoff of its hotel business, as it announced its chief executive would retire in June.. . .  Full story

Macquarie arm close to a deal to buy S.Korea's Daesung Industrial Gases -source

16/12 A private equity arm of Macquarie Group Ltd is likely to sign a deal to buy Daesung Industrial Gases Co Ltd from Asian private equity firm MBK Partners later this week, a person with. . .  Full story

U.S., N.Korea talks 'more important than anything', S.Korea tells China

23/12 It is "more important than anything" to keep up the momentum for talks between the United States and North Korea, South Korean President Moon Jae-in told Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on Monday.. . .  Full story

Dollar gains, oil slips as markets focus on Mideast

07/01 The dollar gained, helped by better-than-expected data in the U.S. non-manufacturing sector, and oil prices retreated on Tuesday as caution kept investors alert for developments in the U.S.-Iranian stand-off in the Middle East.. . .  Full story

Uber Eats goes local to find its niche in South African food fight

02/01 A stone's throw from Nelson Mandela's former home in South Africa's Soweto township, Dumile Badela's restaurant is now more hectic and lucrative than ever, thanks to Uber Eats, his hungriest customer. . .  Full story

GRAPHIC-Cautious investors still favouring gold royalty companies over miners

11/10 Investors in precious metals are opting for streaming and royalty companies over pure gold and silver miners this year despite a rise in metal prices, as producers struggle to win confidence in their ability. . .  Full story

Shoprite hit by challenges in Africa's frontier markets

26/02 Africa's largest supermarket group Shoprite reported on Tuesday its first half-year earnings decline in over a decade, hit by a currency devaluation in Angola, highlighting the challenges of doing business in frontier African markets.. . .  Full story

Billionaire dos Santos' suitability as shareholder in question after asset freeze - Bank of Portugal

03/01 The Bank of Portugal is evaluating Angolan billionaire businesswoman Isabel dos Santos' suitability as a shareholder of Portuguese banks, it told Reuters on Thursday, after an Angolan court ordered that her assets in the country. . .  Full story