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KPMG woes deepen after VBS bank scandal
KPMG woes deepen after VBS bank scandal
The two KPMG partners responsible for auditing VBS Mutual Bank had not disclosed the full extent of their financial interests in relation to the...
Relief for consumers as CPI hits two-year low
Relief for consumers as CPI hits two-year low
Consumers can expect the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) to cut interest rates, the consumer price index (CPI) hitting its lowest levels since...
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says plans to establish a bank owned by the provincial government will form an integral part of the administration’s turnaround strategy to grow the economy and create much-needed jobs....
​Coca-Cola SA and Sasol cut ties with McKinsey
​Coca-Cola SA and Sasol cut ties with McKinsey
Global consulting firm McKinsey has lost two more major clients because of its alleged nefarious involvement in state capture and the Guptas’...
Eskom default risks contagion
Eskom default risks contagion
The South African Reserve Bank has flagged the risks that the weak state-owned enterprises (SOEs) pose not only to the government’s finances but...
Saudi tensions could increase SA fuel prices
Saudi tensions could increase SA fuel prices
The recent political upheaval in Saudi Arabia will lead to South African motorists paying an additional 70 to 80 cents more for fuel in December....
New kids disrupt SA banking
New kids disrupt SA banking
Capitec boasted the ultimate David and Goliath moment this year when it officially overtook Nedbank as the country’s fourth-largest bank by...
Baroda unfair to Guptas – judge
Baroda unfair to Guptas – judge
If several companies controlled by the Gupta family max out their loans they can still access about R370-million from the Bank of Baroda, a court...
No end to SAA’s nightmares
No end to SAA’s nightmares
The nation’s beleaguered airline has breathing room until October 31 — Halloween, after which its debt demons may return to haunt it with a...
Markets in a dither over The Duck
Markets in a dither over The Duck
In just two weeks the United States and the rest of the world face D-Day — when Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the...
Mines minister Zwane urged Nedbank to retain Guptas as clients
Mines minister Zwane urged Nedbank to retain Guptas as clients
Nedbank has said Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane urged the lender to reconsider its decision to sever ties with companies tied to the...
Investors shun banks' good news
Investors shun banks' good news
Despite providing exceptional results in tough times, South Africa’s biggest banks have failed to convince investors of their resilience and their...

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