The Mail & Guardian spoke to some of the protesters who marched on three of SA's biggest banks and asked them what they thought of the Guptas.
Cosatu has lambasted businesses that have cut ties with the Gupta family's Oakbay company, saying it would affect innocent workers as a result.
No one’s talking, but gauging from FNB, Absa and KPMG's actions, it's clear big business has hunkered down to avoid the political fall-out.
Satirist Justin Nurse attended the opening of a collection of visual arts exhibitions at The Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees's (KKNK) opening night.
The big four banks have managed to grow earnings impressively, but enormous challenges remain as SA's economic outlook continues to deteriorate.
The bank has plans to deconsolidate Barclays Africa Group, which Absa is a part of, and intends to sell down its 62% stake in the business.
Given the deterioration of the continent’s prospects, the question is who would want to take over the bank's 62% stake in JSE-listed Barclays Africa.
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Residential property prices have declined in a big way over the past seven years and there is an increased demand for rental properties as a result.
Moody's ratings downgrade of South Africa's four big banks cast the rescue of African Bank in a very different light.
The clothing retailer looks to bolster sales by enabling pressurized consumers to buy more on credit.
Absa says it has stopped all political donations, having previously supported all political parties with three or more seats in the National Assembly.
Capitec Bank is still the cheapest bank in the country, according to a comparative study by trade union Solidarity's Research Institute.
The bank says improved credit impairments have been the main reasons for higher earnings.
The battle by SA banks for the hearts and wallets of the consumer remains a priority, as financial institutions work to increase their reach.
The ANC has declined to comment on the M&G report claiming Jacob Zuma had more benefactors than previously thought to cover his debts and expenses.
Tokyo Sexwale's company will score up to R150-million from Absa Bank's Batho Bonke 'broad-based' scheme.
Low-cost Mzansi accounts are losing ground to bank-branded products that are cheaper and more appropriate for low-income customers.