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Isabel dos Santos did not loot Angola alone

Once again, Western auditing and consulting firms shamelessly facilitated corruption on an international scale

Forex cartel case drags on

The Competition Commission has 40 working days in which to redraft its case against banks

US plea bargain shows how forex fixes were rigged in SA

Online chat rooms were key to the way in which traders colluded to maximise profits.

The Absa shareholders who could end up coughing up

They include Qatar, American pensioners and the Public Investment Corporation, but the sums are smallish – and payment may never happen.

Motsepe eyes Barclays Africa stake

Mining tycoon Patrice Motsepe reportedly has his sights set on being a major player in the banking sector.

Zimbabwe’s banks suffer as cash dries up

Banks are struggling for liquidity, resulting in empty ATMs, as foreign banks now show signs of weakness alongside struggling local counterparts.

Barclays Africa ripe for the picking

Alluring though the sale of its Africa shareholding may be, the timing is not ideal given the state of global banking.

Barclays to sell Africa operations

Given the deterioration of the continent’s prospects, the question is who would want to take over the bank's 62% stake in JSE-listed Barclays Africa.

Bob Diamond’s Atlas Mara buys bank in 1st Africa purchase

The investment firm has begun building what it hopes will be Africa's premier financial service group.

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