Liberty Holdings

Five massive data breaches affecting South Africans

The Information Regulator is concerned about the increasing number of cyber attacks affecting personal data

‘Liberty breach should never have happened’ — cybersecurity expert

The breach illustrates a relative lack in corporate South Africa when it comes to knowledge on cybersecurity

How Liberty achieved its gains

Although Standard Bank got most of the attention for its empowerment deal, its insurance subsidiary, Liberty, formed a critical part of its scheme.

Liberty swings to first-half profit

South African insurer Liberty Holdings swung to a first-half profit on Thursday.

Liberty sees first-half improvement

Liberty said it expects first-half earnings will be at least 20% better than the previous year, signalling the worst may be over for the insurer.

Liberty swings to full-year profit after first-half loss

Liberty Holdings was cautiously optimistic for 2010 after posting lower full-year profit.

JSE firm ahead of futures close-out

The JSE continued on its upward path by midday on Thursday, unaffected by surprisingly better PPI data but encouraged by the futures market close-out. By 1158am, the JSE's all-share index had improved 0,83%. The platinum mining index climbed 3%, and the gold mining index added 0,94%,

JSE up as resources shine on Anglo, BHP

The JSE all-share index held onto its gains at midday on Tuesday, with the resource index shining brightly -- underpinned by good buying interest in resource stocks Anglo American and BHP Billiton. By noon, the all-share index rose 0,50%. Resources advanced 1,25% and the gold mining index edged up 0,38%.

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