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Aramco, the world’s biggest polluter, goes to market
Aramco, the world’s biggest polluter, goes to market
It’ll be the largest stock market listing ever as the world’s leader in carbon emissions prepares for its initial public offering (IPO).
Swings and roundabouts for jobs in banks
Swings and roundabouts for jobs in banks
Ongoing retrenchments in the banking sector led the South African Society of Bank Officials (Sasbo) to threaten a countrywide strike last month....
Banks bungle sale of houses
Banks bungle sale of houses
“My father came home with a letter from the bank that he has finished paying his house,” recalls Ntombikayise Mthimkhulu*. “We were all...
Libra: Facebook's crypto will not help the billions of people excluded from banks
Libra: Facebook's crypto will not help the billions of people excluded from banks
When Facebook unveiled its new digital currency libra, it
Fix AI’s racist, sexist bias
Fix AI’s racist, sexist bias
Two years ago, my business partner and I were in need of gap financing while we waited for a client to pay us. We approached the main banks but,...
South Africa's reputation leaders
South Africa's reputation leaders
The year’s biggest gain in reputation was garnered by the Mr Price Group, up by 9%, which contributed in turn to the overall success of the...
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...
New Fica signed in nick of time
New Fica signed in nick of time
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has signed and gazetted the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act (Fica) just in the nick of time.
Who coughs up if your bank folds?
Who coughs up if your bank folds?
If one of South Africa’s top banks collapsed tomorrow, would your money be protected?
Banks seek settlement — and also challenge collusion claims
Banks seek settlement — and also challenge collusion claims
Despite an apparent fight-back by several banks named in the Competition Commission’s foreign exchange collusion case, some of them have also...
Banks ‘can resist’ market shock
Banks ‘can resist’ market shock
The threat of further credit ratings downgrades and the risk that billions of rands may leave South Africa has thrown a light on the Public...
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
Letters to the editor: February 24 to March 2 2017
The revelation by the Competition Commission into the currency fixing by major banks exposed a litany of corruption in the financial sector that...

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