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Prickly Mbeki defends his failure to act on apartheid bailout matter
Prickly Mbeki defends his failure to act on apartheid bailout matter
Former president Thabo Mbeki has denied that government was responsible for failing to recover billions of rands that flowed from unlawful...
Judges: Public protector misinterpreted us on Absa apartheid-era bailout
Judges: Public protector misinterpreted us on Absa apartheid-era bailout
The two judges who independently investigated the apartheid-era bailout to Bankorp, now part of Absa, have flatly disputed crucial allegations made...
Editorial: No agenda, bar digging up truths
Editorial: No agenda, bar digging up truths
Last week, we published a front-page story that did not mention the words ANC, Zuma or Gupta. Instead, it showed the prospect of an apartheid-era...
Absa may have to pay back apartheid-era bailout billions
Absa may have to pay back apartheid-era bailout billions
Mega-bank Absa could be forced to pay R2.25‑billion to the fiscus for an unlawful apartheid-era bank bailout if a preliminary report by the...
Mantashe unhappy with banks' decision against Guptas
Mantashe unhappy with banks' decision against Guptas
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe said he was worried that the decision by South Africa’s top four banks to close the accounts of the...
Barclays to sell Africa operations
Barclays to sell Africa operations
South Africa could be facing a massive disinvestment with global banking giant Barclays putting its Africa operations up for sale.
Ten financial truths you should know
Ten financial truths you should know
On International Consumer Rights Day, Tshiwela Mhlantla, managing executive of Absa Personal Loans, shares some vital financial management...
Absa sees higher 2007 earnings
Absa sees higher 2007 earnings
Absa, South Africa's biggest retail bank, said on Monday it expects group headline earnings per share and EPS to be between 15% and 19% higher in...
'Tired' JSE led down by weak world markets
'Tired' JSE led down by weak world markets
A tired-looking JSE was 89 points in the red by noon on Monday as weak global markets continued to weigh.
Stofile: 'Balance is needed'
Stofile: 'Balance is needed'
Sport and Recreation Minister Makhenkesi Stofile spoke to Lucky Sindane about the new Sports Amendment Act, which allows government to intervene in...
KZN judge returns Sexwale shares
KZN judge returns Sexwale shares
KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Judge President Vuka Tshabalala said on Wednesday that he had returned all the shares in Absa Bank worth millions of rands,...

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