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Steinhoff class action is payback
Steinhoff class action is payback
Many Steinhoff shareholders who lost close to R200-billion when the global furniture empire was shown to be little more than smoke and mirrors want...
Wary consumers start saving
Wary consumers start saving
Banks are reporting an uptick in the number of new savings accounts but, although some customers might be saving, many continue to rely on...
Lenders allow Jooste more time to pay up
Lenders allow Jooste more time to pay up
Banks have granted Steinhoff International’s former chief executive officer, Markus Jooste, another extension to pay back his debt, as the global...
Water Efficiency and Management
Water Efficiency and Management
For big companies, helping to preserve the environment is not just something that looks and feels good, but is also something critical to the...
#StateCaptureInquiry: Banks expose ANC intervention in Gupta account closures
#StateCaptureInquiry: Banks expose ANC intervention in Gupta account closures
The state capture commission’s inquiry into the closure of Gupta-related bank accounts continues on Wednesday, with testimony expected from...
#StateCaptureInquiry: Absa, FNB set to testify on Gupta account closures
#StateCaptureInquiry: Absa, FNB set to testify on Gupta account closures
The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture will continue to look into the 2016 closures of Gupta-related bank accounts on Tuesday, with...
Standard Bank was accused of belonging to WMC lobby at Luthuli House meeting
Standard Bank was accused of belonging to WMC lobby at Luthuli House meeting
The ANC questioned Standard Bank’s decision to cut ties with the Guptas, asking its officials if it was part of a campaign by white monopoly...
State capture inquiry: Zondo to hear why banks cut Gupta ties
State capture inquiry: Zondo to hear why banks cut Gupta ties
The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture — chaired by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo — reconvenes on Monday, with...
Absa revenue slightly up, Ramos optimistic after Barclays exit
Absa revenue slightly up, Ramos optimistic after Barclays exit
Absa raised revenue by 3% to R37-billion in the first half of the year, with CEO Maria Ramos saying the banking group was now free to set its own...
PASA cracks down on debit order fraud
PASA cracks down on debit order fraud
South Africa has been paying the piper, and other people it didn’t quite mean to pay, with a significant increase in debit order...
Competition commission resolute in bank collusion hearings
Competition commission resolute in bank collusion hearings
After two days of exhaustive hearings into the allegations of collusion by major banks, the Competition Commission remains confident of its...
Forex hearings: Competition Commission accused of being 'vexatious and unreasonable'
Forex hearings: Competition Commission accused of being 'vexatious and unreasonable'
The first leg of the Competition Tribunal’s hearings into allegations of foreign exchange collusion by 23 local and international banks began on...

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