A report suggests that government could save R150 billion in wasteful expenditure if it stopped overpaying its contractors
Battle between Karadeniz and its partners shows what seems to be a plan to trade influence and deals to get Karpowership permits and benefit businesswoman Anna Mokgokong
Several of the policy resolutions adopted by the party were reiterations of statements its leader, Herman Mashaba, had previously made
Government says the draft rules are to address the disparities in access to water use left over from apartheid
The AYO affair shows the GEPF should stop backing the ANC’s destructive BEE project, pull out of the stock market and support the public sector instead
African Bank’s open listing offers a good example of how direct black ownership in the financial services sector can rise above the stubborn 25% minimum agreed upon by the Financial Services Charter in 2010
The NPA has begun proceedings based on some of the testimony given at the state capture inquiry
Complaining about ‘reverse racism’ and BEE serves no one. South Africa’s white youth should focus on entrepreneurship instead
There are still too few top positions filled by black leaders – we need to work tirelessly to change that
When it comes to mega infrastructure projects, it is still the mega white-owned companies who score government contracts
Vunani Fund Managers is helping the TSRF perform above the benchmark
Research shows that existing approaches have been wholly inadequate for addressing the needs of South Africa’s informal economy
The trustees of the multibillion-rand scheme, set up to benefit the firm’s black employees, have been accused of hiding money from beneficiaries
South Africans may well be seduced by the prospect of Zuma appearing at the Zondo commission, but he wasn’t alone in driving the state capture project
Hazel Friedman digs into a SIU probe into 148 land reform projects, which found that a quarter were corrupt and millions of rands have disappeared
A small business is accusing a Bidvest-affiliated company of turning its partnership one-sided
The party, which launched its manifesto on Saturday, has placed jobs, basic services and the fight against corruption at the top of its agenda
The ANC’s well-meaning attempts at redress have failed, which means the issue has yet to be properly addressed
Two businessmen are locked in a battle over shares in a major deal that goes back to 2005
The council issued its responses to the policy, which was gazetted by Minerals Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe last week
Black economic empowerment law cannot be removed until there are real changes in equality, says the commission
The DA’s federal council has decided to ditch black economic empowerment, claiming the policy is “just not working.”
Empowerment partners say the company has turned a blind eye to complaints about fronting
Unexpressed racism may be even more dangerous if it’s left lurking below the surface
Mining communities and industry want the minister’s charter scrapped and talks restarted
The ANC has always seen economic growth as the driving force for change, but the damage done by apartheid will take far more to undo.
Struggling black asset managers face uphill battle to break through into ‘old boys’ network
The president is explicit: white monopoly capital causes black poverty, justifying the black elite being the only beneficiaries of economic change.
Germany’s competition regime is permeated by economic values of fair competition which ensure large companies have special obligations.
When the politically connected keep gorging at the trough, bona fide black talent is kept back, writes William Gumede.
Black-owned businesses are being stymied by the new procurement codes intended to help them.
Moves to increase black-owned enterprises will have little effect on listed companies.