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Beware of Big Business bearing gifts

Large corporates whose business has thrived because of inequalities, could be hijacking the anti-racist movement by offering money and not tangible changes

Coleman steps down from Goldman Sachs

The ‘capitalist comrade’ has been with the international banking firm since 2000

South Africa is ripe for right-wing populist movements

The emergence of parties such as the African Transformation Movement signals a worrying trend

International case may set precedent in rand-rigging battle

Standard Chartered pleaded guilty to currency manipulation (which included the rand) between 2007 and 2013

No gain without pain, says Cyril’s capitalist comrade

Colin Coleman and Cyril Ramaphosa go way back, and the Goldman Sachs banker has the ear of ANC policy gurus

Automaker Tesla to remain a public company, CEO Musk says

Elon Musk says the company would continue to be publicly traded, weeks after suggesting that he would take the pioneering electric carmaker private

Success of Ramaphosa’s investment drive out of his hands

The President has less impact on investment levels than he may like to admit

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

Standard Bank cited in price-fix claim

Standard Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and BASF Metals are the four companies accused of manipulating the price of platinum.

Is Davos still relevant?

Ministers Yunus Carrim and Rob Davies and Goldman Sachs’s Colin Coleman spoke to us from Davos on the WEF's relevance, perceptions of SA, and more.

A ‘new wave’ of companies could list on JSE, says Goldman Sachs

A number of private portfolio exits could spark several companies to list on the stock exchange, says the top underwriter of IPOs.

Goldman Sachs predicts at least 15% losses for gold and iron ore in 2014

Commodities will face increased risks despite the expectation that economic growth in the US will increase, says Goldman.

‘Vampire squid’ waxes lyrical on SA’s virtues

South Africa has made great progress since 1994 but needs to attract more foreign investment, says the Goldman Sachs's report.

Khaya Dlanga: Take your 20 years of democracy and suck it!

How is it possible that South Africa is a better place now than in 1994, asks a disgruntled South African expatriate.

‘There is too much despair’ in SA, says Gordhan

Speaking at the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says South Africans are lacking in hope and optimism for the country.

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