The JSE listed IT services company has turned itself around and remains a service provider to the government and private sector
It’s difficult to drive and to understand. The company is once again trying to simplify its structure by unwinding cross-shareholdings
With the tagline ‘the audacity to believe’, it will need to be ambitious to be seen as a real competitor
The JSE found Ben la Grange failed to fulfil his duties ‘with the necessary due care and skill’
Ramaphosa’s long delays in appointing the new BEE Advisory Council shows he has little interest in allowing others to cash in on the BEE deals that earned him his fortune
The bourse has never looked so vulnerable with many companies delisting and few new entries.
The local bourse has seen an uptick in the listing of exchange-traded funds, which allow investors to combine equity, debt, property and commodity exposure at a fairly low cost
Malema’s visits to the hospitality industry are about the greedy business owners, not their workers
The bank’s chief risk officer says banks can’t stand on the sidelines of the climate crisis debate
The bank took a knock after being labelled a loan shark by the short seller, but this has not stymied its growth
Meet the father, the cook and the chief executive of Eskom, who wakes up at 3am and writes speeches. André de Ruyter speaks to Athandiwe Saba about the future of the power utility, balancing its debt and how to make the best bully beef toast
Only 5% of chief executives are women and the gender pay gap is most pronounced in the top JSE-listed companies, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report released on Thursday. The report, which tracked executive director remuneration trends in 285 companies, found that there were only 81 women executives among the 725 people whose pay was […]
Deputy Finance Minister David Masondo says his comments were not the treasury’s official stance, but out-of-the-box thinking was needed to deal with the utility’s hefty debt
The case raises interesting questions about how board committees work, the taking of minutes, and who has access to board minutes
The local bourse has been criticised for failing to stop a spate of delistings
Asset managers are concerned about the share exchange but others welcome it because Naspers has dominated the JSE
The economy is not producing work, with many young adults working outside their fields of study or considering leaving the country as a result
Reserve Bank launches feasibility study into a possible retail central bank digital currency, which is expected to be concluded in 2022.
Bernard Mostert on the ordeal of losing a business he helped build and the fight to get it back
These key indicators have been buoyed by a trade surplus and commodities boom, but will this lead to economic growth?
The Development Bank of Southern Africa plans to use the booming market to finance its climate projects and invest in infrastructure
The equities rally has come crashing down, along with fears of contagion on the JSE after large-scale sell-offs by investors
The technology service company has cut its debt from R4-billion to R2-billion in just two years. Its reputation was harmed by corruption that has come to light during the inquiry into state capture
The former Steinhoff chief executive and three others have been fined by the FSCA for insider trading in the days leading up to the company’s 2017 share price crash
Women and black people occupy only a few seats at the JSE table, the latest PwC report has found
The truth is the economy still largely revolves around men, especially white men like me, writes Alef Meulenberg.
Tshegofatso Mathe spoke to people in the South African business world about structural racism in our economy, and what must be done to overcome it
South Africa’s mining and manufacturing sectors are predicted to be down for the first quarter of 2020 because of low demand from China
The judicial system alone and appealing to miscreants has not stopped attacks on women
New scheme to be launched following the biggest B-BBEE FMCG payout
in South Africa’s history
The country is being pushed to develop more SEZs. But is this a viable strategy, given unemployment and ‘deglobalisation’?
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is still deciding whether to prosecute the Tongaat Hulett executives — including its former chief executive — allegedly responsible for the R11-billion fraud which has gutted the sugar and property giant. The 10 former top managers from the company’s South African, Mozambican and Zimbabwean operations were implicated in accounting irregularities, […]