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.
The big four banks have managed to grow earnings impressively, but enormous challenges remain as SA's economic outlook continues to deteriorate.
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.
The central bank of Nigeria has felt the effects of its decison to relax the weekly limit on trading in dollars.
The property market ended on a high in 2013, showing an increase in house prices, bond sizes and bank approval rates.
There’s a plethora of loyalty programmes that lure customers with rewards and special treatment, but do they actually work?
It is already the most overused word since Web 2.0, so how can we take anything that involves "innovation" seriously anymore?
Capitec Bank is still the cheapest bank in the country, according to a comparative study by trade union Solidarity's Research Institute.
Teacher development forms an integral part in helping meet the education requirements of South Africa.
The North Gauteng High Court has ruled in favour of First National Bank after claims of racism from bond recalculator Emerald van Zyl.
FNB chief executive Michael Jordaan will step down from the position at the end of this year to spend more time with his family.
The battle by SA banks for the hearts and wallets of the consumer remains a priority, as financial institutions work to increase their reach.
This week big corporations swindle SA out of R30-billion, Cosatu and the ANC go head to head and the White House defends its drone strikes against al-Qaeda.
Analysts say the ruckus over the ANC's response to FNB's "You Can Help" campaign has been overblown and the adverts themselves were miscalculated.