Sharda Naidoo

Reserve Bank’s Gill Marcus not stepping down

Contrary to speculation that Gill Marcus is leaving the Reserve Bank, the "announcement of national importance" on Saturday will be "celebratory".

Glencore Xstrata could irk authorities over merger plans

But Glencore and Xstrata executives maintain that they are merely consolidating their business.

Nationalisation out, nationalism in

The state and ANC are rigorously debating proposals that could force a radical shake-up of the country's $2.5-trillion non-energy mineral wealth.

The future is beneficiation

But the strategy to boost industry has a major stumbling block: readily available power.

Shabangu hammers final nail in coffin of nationalisation

Mining Minister Susan Shabangu has put paid to nationalisation at the Mining Indaba, while outlining plans for a tax-heavy resource nationalism.

Nationalisation taken off the table at mining indaba

Following Malema's failed appeal and the ANC's NEC summit, the government says nationalisation is firmly off the table, and SA is open for business.

Barclays puts the squeeze on Absa

Restructuring at Absa by the bank's global parent Barclays has seen the loss of senior managers and rattled the market.

State of the Nation: Zuma adopts Chinese model

President Jacob Zuma is looking East for inspiration, as the ANC pushes for resource nationalism rather than a crude form of nationalisation.

Behind the shake-up at Absa

The shake-up in Absa's upper echelons is a case of parent Barclays “micromanaging” the local operations and direct intervention, according to sources.

FNB shakes up sharia division

After a probe into claims of conflicts of interest and misappropriation of funds, FNB's Islamic Finance subdivision is set for serious restructuring.

Rates on hold amid worsening outlook

Gill Marcus keeps rates on hold.

ANC high-rollers spare no expense

It was tiny skirts, bulging wallets, flashy cars and booze galore as the ANC celebrated its centenary in Bloemfontein.

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