Christo Wiese

 
Silence shrouds Steinhoff saga
Silence shrouds Steinhoff saga
After initially dominating the headlines a curious silence has settled over the Steinhoff International saga following the company’s spectacular...
Troubled Steinhoff to restate results back to 2015
Troubled Steinhoff to restate results back to 2015
Scandal-hit retail giant Steinhoff announced on Tuesday that it would restate some financial results for 2015 and 2016 amid a probe into accounting...
Snubbing Steinhoff has paid off
Snubbing Steinhoff has paid off
In just days after the Steinhoff saga began to unfold rapidly, a few investigations were initiated but many more fingers were pointed, and several...
Steinhoff — The largest corporate failure on the JSE
Steinhoff — The largest corporate failure on the JSE
The failure of Steinhoff has shocked even the most seasoned asset managers. It is the biggest corporate failure on the JSE. 
Steinhoff shares plunge 60% as Jooste quits over alleged accounting irregularities
Steinhoff shares plunge 60% as Jooste quits over alleged accounting irregularities
Shares in South Africa-based German-listed retail giant Steinhoff fell almost 60% on Wednesday after the company announced the resignation of its...
Steinhoff raises R16bn through Star listing
Steinhoff raises R16bn through Star listing
Amsterdam-based Steinhoff International raised €1bn - or R16bn - by listing and placing 23.19% of its interests in Steinhoff African Retail...
Wiese banks on Europe's recovery
Wiese banks on Europe's recovery
Behind the landmark Steinhoff-Pepkor deal is an astute businessperson positioning himself to take advantage of a new dawn of growth in Europe....
Billionaire Wiese refunded after unauthorised rhino sale
Billionaire Wiese refunded after unauthorised rhino sale
A company associated with billionaire Christoffel Wiese is among those that were refunded R14-million in deposits after a contract to buy rhinos from...
Wiese and Sars are in for a long battle
Wiese and Sars are in for a long battle
High-flyers accused of tax evasion, such as billionaire Christo Wiese, can use legal avenues to drag the process out for years.
Editorial: Taxing the whales
Editorial: Taxing the whales
Carr and other celebrities had set up fancy structures to ensure that they paid next to no tax.

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