Latest articles on Christo Wiese

Wiese denies self-service accusations

The Steinhoff debacle caused its major investor a loss of R50bn and kicked him off the richest list

Nugent’s adviser links to Sars case

Michael Katz is chair of a law firm the revenue service claims was involved in an alleged tax scam

Wiese: This is the first time I’ve been sued by Sars

Businessman Christo Wiese maintains his tax affairs are in order and says this is the first time he has ever been sued by SARS

Wiese disputes amaBhungane tax evasion report

The former Steinhoff chair has been implicated in alleged multibillion rand tax evasion schemes, amaBhungane reported

Elusive Jooste is ‘hiding’ in plain sight

The billionaire was often in the public eye, but he has seemingly gone to ground since the Steinhoff scandal

Steinhoff restructure: No guarantee Wiese will get Pepkor back

The former chairperson has instituted two claims against the retailer for agreements made in 2015 and 2016

Wiese sues Steinhoff

The former chairperson has lodged a claim of R59-billion against the retailer

Steinhoff submitted ‘malicious’ report to Hawks

The Hawks have told the Standing Committee on Public Accounts that the report contains 'nothing'

Steinhoff to sell part of stake in KAP to help settle debt

The conglomerate has been facing liquidity issues since early December, when the group's auditors flagged financial irregularities in its financials.

Shoprite profits a ray of light to Wiese after $2bn Steinhoff loss

Shoprite, which announced higher profit this week, advanced about 40% in the past year, softening Wiese’s financial blow from the Steinhoff collapse

Holes in Steinhoff’s management led to its corporate scandal

The Steinhoff case highlights weaknesses in the governance structure the company had chosen to operate under.

Focus shifts to Steinhoff’s ex-chair Christo Wiese

It appears US banks lost $1-billion when they loaned to the tycoon who used his Steinhoff shares as collateral

Silence shrouds Steinhoff saga

Major investors are waiting anxiously, as the company needs to produce financials by the end of January if its shares are to continue trading

Troubled Steinhoff to restate results back to 2015

Last month, Steinhoff revealed it was under criminal and tax investigations, with a reported six-billion-euro ($7-billion) hole in its accounts.

Snubbing Steinhoff has paid off

Futuregrowth dumped its shares in the company years ago because the warning signs were clear

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