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The head of one of the most innovative companies in South Africa's information and communication technology sector and the recent recipient of the Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur Award for 2005, Brandon Leigh, followed his ideas through bankruptcy and on to riches.
In stark contrast to the draft black economic empowerment Codes of Good Practice released two weeks ago, the draft health-care charter has laid out aggressive ownership equity targets for the sector. The Department of Trade and Industry launched its draft empowerment Codes of Good Practice recently, setting a target of 25,1% of black equity ownership within the next 10 years.
In a surprise announcement, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) says it will pay R1,67-billion for the 20% stake in Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) previously held by international airports company ADR. Acsa's annual results released last week showed profits before tax up 22% to R593,2-million.
Treasury has forced state-owned entities to borrow against their balance sheet.
When saying sorry isn't nearly enough, there is a way for you to wear your apartheid apology on your shirt.
Gwede Mantashe was right to say black rugby players are not given the support to perform on the field in the starting 15, writes Lloyd Gedye.
Is South African rugby inherently racist, and is it because of our country's apartheid past, asks Lloyd Gedye.
When Cyril Ramaphosa was deployed to the private sector in the mid-90s, it was sold to him as a decade-long break from politics.