Patrice Motsepe

 
Patrice Motsepe's ARM drops KPMG
Patrice Motsepe's ARM drops KPMG
African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) has dropped KPMG as its internal auditors, it announced on Monday.
Anglo finds SA hard to love or leave
Anglo finds SA hard to love or leave
This month, Anglo American marks its 100th anniversary and the company is finding that South Africa is hard to love or to leave. Very few companies...
Motsepe eyes Barclays Africa stake
Motsepe eyes Barclays Africa stake
Billionaire businessperson Patrice Motsepe has moved a step closer to buying a significant stake in Barclays Africa as part of his ambitious plan to...
African Rainbow profit rises despite iron ore slump
African Rainbow profit rises despite iron ore slump
African Rainbow Minerals, the mining company controlled by billionaire Patrice Motsepe, said full-year profit rose 10% after a weaker rand countered...
The 'hidden' billions of SA's elite executives
The 'hidden' billions of SA's elite executives
As business and civic leaders picked at their fruit bowls in the Sandton...
Motsepe plans money management firm
Motsepe plans money management firm
Patrice Motsepe, the South African billionaire who is deputy chairman of insurer Sanlam, plans to start a financial-services company, the Financial...
Waiting for the Rainbow: Villagers lament Motsepe's empty promises
Waiting for the Rainbow: Villagers lament Motsepe's empty promises
Prudence Moime looks up from stirring a pot of mealie meal in front of her two-room shack and gazes across the surrounding rocky hillside of the...
Motsepe eyes Guinea's iron ore industry
Motsepe eyes Guinea's iron ore industry
Motsepe, the executive chairperson of African Rainbow Minerals, told reporters after meeting Guinea's President Alpha Condé on Friday....
The rise of African philanthropy
The rise of African philanthropy
Sometime between the start of the yuppie revolution in the early 1980s and the global financial meltdown in 2008, some wealthy people decided to...
No big spenders to foot the ball bill
No big spenders to foot the ball bill
When an oligarch buys himself a football club, he usually wants it to serve as a kind of easy-going mistress. The club is supposed to give him a...
Miners didn't feel Motsepe's love
Miners didn't feel Motsepe's love
It's a strange world we live in. Even Alice in her Wonderland would probably be taken aback by the Mail & Guardian Business lead,...

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