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Slimline Old Mutual heads home
Slimline Old Mutual heads home
Old Mutual’s anticipated return to South Africa is being welcomed by investors who believe it will be able to compete better with rival Sanlam....
Dark days for platinum producers
Dark days for platinum producers
If ever there was a commodity that seemed to have a bright future, it was platinum. Scarcer than gold, it...
Steinhoff 98% down
Steinhoff 98% down
Shares in global furniture and retail conglomerate Steinhoff International [JSE:SNH]reached a new low in early trade in Wednesday...
IDC appoints new auditors after dumping KPMG
IDC appoints new auditors after dumping KPMG
The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has announced the appointment of new external auditors.
Magda Wierzycka takes on JSE over 'dubious' listings
Magda Wierzycka takes on JSE over 'dubious' listings
Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka has lambasted the JSE, accusing it of “weak...
South Africa, mind the pay gap
South Africa, mind the pay gap
The gap between the stratospheric salaries that company chief executives get paid and the median of employee wages has taken centre stage in the...
PIC will not invest in Sagarmatha
PIC will not invest in Sagarmatha
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has confirmed it will not be investing in Iqbal Survé’s embattled tech start-up, Sagarmatha Technologies....
Resilient’s accusers aren’t backing down
Resilient’s accusers aren’t backing down
An independent investigation has cleared the Resilient Group of alleged misconduct but those who originally raised the alarm claim the truth is yet...
Survé's Sagarmatha will not list on the JSE
Survé's Sagarmatha will not list on the JSE
Iqbal Surve’s Sagarmatha Technologies announced it would not list on the JSE on Friday this week as a result of non-compliance with the exchange’s listing requirements....
Vote on extra pay for Steinhoff directors scrapped
Vote on extra pay for Steinhoff directors scrapped
Steinhoff has scrapped a proposal to vote on once-off payments...
Naspers plans to sell up to 190 million Tencent shares
Naspers plans to sell up to 190 million Tencent shares
Naspers announced on Thursday that it intends to sell up to 190 million shares in Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings, or about 2% of Tencent’s total issued share capital....
Shake-up for bond regulations
Shake-up for bond regulations
In the wake of growing concern that bond market regulation and debt listing requirements are not tough enough, the JSE says big changes are on the...

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