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Naspers and Prosus in share swap Catch-22

Asset managers are concerned about the share exchange but others welcome it because Naspers has dominated the JSE

Brothers implicated in NLC dubious payments take each other to court

National Lotteries Commission chief operating officer, who is also under investigation by the SIU, has now been charged with malicious damage to property after a fight with his brother and business partner

Q&A Sessions: Zanele Njapha, the ‘Unlearning Lady’

From primary school educator to boardroom re-educator, Zanele Njapha now teaches adults to transition to the workplaces of the future, honing skills all children have but many adults lose, such as curiosity

South Africa needs to gear up for clean energy

Exploration and beneficiation of minerals will reduce the country’s carbon footprint

Savings rise amid Covid fallout

Low interest rates usually encourage spending, but uncertainty created by the pandemic has driven people to save their cash in hard times

Investment bonds: ‘The outcome is not measured by money but by impact’

Social impact bonds focused on decreasing youth unemployment and improving early childhood learning have delivered positive outcomes the government can replicate to establish effective service delivery.

Q&A Sessions: Marcia Mayaba —Driven to open doors for women

Marcia Mayaba has been in the motor industry for 24 years, donning hats that include receptionist, driver, fuel attendant, dealer principal and now chief...

Pandemic travel: Tala Game Reserve embarks on a turnaround

Travelling during the pandemic: Tala was rocked by mismanagement and then Covid-19, but proved to be resilient

Lockdown chomps chicken profits

Tightened belts meant South Africans ate 19% less chicken last year, and local farmers say dumped imports and the hard lockdown have hurt their businesses

Reserve Bank keeps repo rate unchanged

The South African Reserve Bank cautioned that if it was not for load-shedding, the country’s economy could have been stronger

SAPS’ misplaced financial priorities inhibit it from tackling commercial crimes

The SAPS has received more than R500-billion over the past five years, yet commercial crime cases such as Steinhoff drag on

Covid steals jobs, equality from women

PwC’s Women in Work Index says governments and businesses must tackle causes of inequality

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