South Africa's gold mining industry has suffered a number of setbacks in recent years. Repeated union strikes have resulted in bloody clashes between workers and police. Economic pressure has increased after a recent fall in the price of gold.
By Heidi Vella - 18 February 10:33
By Mark Brierley - 30 September 15:45
Will it ever open?
By Frances Ryan - 27 August 11:52
London's major new transport project is inaccessible to thousands for a saving of just 0.2 per cent of its budget.
By Helen Roxburgh - 13 August 9:24
Shelter on Help to Buy: "many people [will be] tempted to overstretch themselves before prices rise completely out of reach”.
By Andrew Amoils - 26 July 8:01
House prices rose over the last year.
By George Eaton - 19 July 16:13
It is no longer unthinkable that one or both of Labour and the Lib Dems could go into the next election pledging to scrap the project.
By Vidhya Alakeson - 16 July 15:37
Renting is now more expensive than owning with a mortgage in 44 per cent of all local authorities, but for many families it is the only option.
By Felicity Cloake - 16 July 8:18
It’s all very well getting misty-eyed about steamy-windowed seaside caffs serving up crab sandwiches and pots of tea but the reality is that the crab was always tinned and the teapot always leaked.
By Alex Hern - 15 July 14:17
It must be political, because it certainly isn't economic.
By new-statesman - 09 July 10:45
Lloyd's is being sold for £260m.
By Jerome Frost - 09 July 9:57
A holistic approach to infrastructure will encourage growth.
By Alex Hern - 03 July 10:19
The franchise model is slowly dying in London.
By Tom Copley - 17 June 16:32
The private rented sector has fundamentally changed over the past decade; yet the rules governing how it functions are rooted in the late 1980s.
By Andrew Amoils - 12 June 15:28
Falling well short of projections.
By Helen Roxburgh - 30 May 10:26
Business quote of the day.
By Martin Cloake - 28 May 12:28
Oxford United turns abstract into reality.
By Jeremy Bentham - 16 April 13:19
The problem is prosperity.
By Alex Hern - 04 February 10:41
Sector posts continued decline.
By New Statesman - 03 January 10:03
Dropped 1 per cent, according to Nationwide.
By New Statesman - 10 September 8:40
Including work on the old St Clement's Hospital site, London.
By New Statesman - 13 August 11:03
The sector's sharpest contraction since September 2011.
By New Statesman - 06 August 7:51
Good news for the UK construction firm, with solid results in investments and urban regeneration.
By Samir Jeraj - 31 July 11:50
In the face of cuts and a decline in home ownership, co-ops could help people into the market.
By Alex Preston - 25 July 16:45
Alex Preston urges bankers to look up at the buildings they built.
By New Statesman - 23 July 11:44
Work under the contract involves renovation of Gaillard Municipal Auditorium, Charleston.
By New Statesman - 28 June 13:02
Both companies will combine parts of their existing operations for the new water-management service.
By New Statesman - 25 June 11:53
The project will improve transport links between Corby and the A14.