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Emerging market boom skips SA
Emerging market boom skips SA
South Africa finds itself as neglected as the red-headed stepchild in a world market ravenous for higher-risk investment destinations.
Gupta firms sail close to the wind
Gupta firms sail close to the wind
Auditors SizweNtsalubaGobodo (SNG) this week abandoned companies controlled by the Gupta family and their associates, citing a board decision after...
Index funds rocking in hard places
Index funds rocking in hard places
Investors who have been searching for ways to make healthy returns on their investments, without having to pay a chunk of their profit in fees to a...
Naspers’s tricky Tencent conundrum
Naspers’s tricky Tencent conundrum
Shareholders have for years been under the spell of stock exchange darling Naspers, enamoured by its good fortune and astronomical returns as it...
Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
Rules to curb chief executives’ income in the United Kingdom appear to be working, which raises the question: Should South Africa start regulating how top corporate leaders get paid?...
Heads in the sand over Gupta listing
Heads in the sand over Gupta listing
The controversial Gupta family stands accused of inflating the share price of their mining company just before it began to trade on the JSE, but...
Risky Oakbay finds R37.5-million just in time
Risky Oakbay finds R37.5-million just in time
At the end of February, Oakbay Resources and Energy, the JSE-listed Gupta family vehicle, hardly had two cents to rub together. Over the course of...
JSE: Howzit my China!
JSE: Howzit my China!
The fortunes of the JSE are significantly more dependent on the number of youngsters playing video games in China than on the value of mineral...
Will Oakbay find a JSE sponsor?
Will Oakbay find a JSE sponsor?
Nearly two weeks after the first articles based on the Gupta leaks, those who invested in the Gupta family — including the state-owned...
White monopoly capital: Good politics, bad sociology, worse economics
White monopoly capital: Good politics, bad sociology, worse economics
Many would like to consign the polarising debate about “white monopoly capitalism” (WMC) in South Africa to the
SA hits a century of good returns
SA hits a century of good returns
Through world wars, economic depression, apartheid sanctions and global financial crises, the South African equities market has offered investors...
​Cheeky upstart challenges the JSE
​Cheeky upstart challenges the JSE
It’s lunchtime on a gloomy Monday at the offices of ZAR X and there has not yet been a trade on the fledgling exchange.

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