Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced he will disinvest from Shanduka Group as part of his promise to review his business interests.
The sudden winding up of the ANC's newly elected deputy president's businesses to allow him to enter government carries financial risk.
ANC heavyweight Cyril Ramaphosa's investment in Incwala is sinking, writes Lisa Steyn.
Eyebrows have been raised at possible corporate breaches around the purchase of Shanduka Group's minority stake in MTN Nigeria.
Cyril Ramaphosa has denied involvement in the alleged intervention by Edna Molewa to prevent legal action against mining companies linked to him.
Shanduka Group chief executive Phuti Mahanyele has responded to a M&G article regarding the company and its executive chairperson, Cyril Ramaphosa.
Shanduka Group has denied that Minister of Water Edna Molewa had discussions with it about water licences for its coal operations.
A rights issue makes sense and could be good news for investors, an analyst claims
Governments has a right to be paid its due by companies but excessive demands will scare off investors, says Cyril Ramaphosa and Ivan Glasenberg.
The deal to merge Sentula Mining and Shanduka's coal assets has gone sour after Shanduka's shareholders failed to support the move.
Mining group Assore and Shanduka Resources have announced the conclusion of a R2.7-billion BEE transaction.