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Sharda Naidoo

Sharda Naidoo

    Marcus gives big five banks a hand
    Marcus gives big five banks a hand
    In an unprecedented move to bombproof the country's major lenders, South African Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus has set up a R240-billion...
    Shareholders lose out as Anglo delays on dividend
    Shareholders lose out as Anglo delays on dividend
    Anglo American chief executive Cynthia Carroll and her top lieutenants seem to have dropped the ball in persuading the company's board to approve...
    MTN whipped, but still a good buy
    MTN whipped, but still a good buy
    MTN's share price is likely to remain wobbly as jittery foreign investors face massive pressure from United States authorities and lobby groups to...
    Cellphone giant upbeat over trial
    Cellphone giant upbeat over trial
    MTN has scored what it believes is an early victory in its fight to quash the $4.2-billion corruption lawsuit brought by rival Turkcell in a United...
    MTN's leak could be hung out to dry
    MTN's leak could be hung out to dry
    New twists have emerged in the $4.2-billion lawsuit filed by MTN's cellphone rival, Turkcell, in a United States court.
    Obama order puts screws on MTN
    Obama order puts screws on MTN
    MTN, the R255-billion Johannesburg-listed cellphone giant, is in danger of being whacked with sanctions by the United States for its telecommunication activities in Iran and Syria....
    Shareholder revolt rocks Turkcell
    Shareholder revolt rocks Turkcell
    MTN's Turkish rival, Turkcell, which is suing the Johannesburg-based cellphone giant for $4.2-billion, is embroiled in a bitter internal battle as...
    Sasol's plans to quit Iran under way
    Sasol's plans to quit Iran under way
    Although cellphone giant MTN is refusing to pull out of Iran, petrochemicals giant Sasol is working hard to exit the Islamic republic that has been...
    Row over new securities tax
    Row over new securities tax
    The market is bracing itself for financial transaction tax reforms that will knock the equities market. The treasury hopes to bring the reforms...
    Whistle-blower played an ace
    Whistle-blower played an ace
    Behind the explosive MTN Irancell rumpus is a disgruntled former executive who resigned from the South African cellphone giant armed with a dossier...
    Brutal cuts stun Absa staff
    Brutal cuts stun Absa staff
    'Today, tomorrow, goodbye". This tag line, a cheeky version of Absa's slogan, "today, tomorrow, together", used by trade union Solidarity in its...
    MTN rocked by Iran licence bribery scandal
    MTN rocked by Iran licence bribery scandal
    Johannesburg-listed MTN Group is in crisis management mode trying to limit reputational damage after Turkcell filed an explosive lawsuit in the...