Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo Investment Holdings denies it owes the PIC more than R1-billion it used to acquire the media group
Iqbal Survé, on Tuesday claimed that bad press from rival media houses scuppered the listing of Sagarmatha Technologies on the JSE and the NYSE
Investment team member testifies about Ayo and Sagarmatha transactions as having come from CEO Matjila
Its due diligence claims are being questioned after the exposure of several large dubious investments
Readers write in about struggle heroes’ legacy and Iqbal Survé.
Independent Newspaper’s group executive Chris Whitfield has confirmed his early retirement but would not give further details yet.
A transformation group interrupted an R2K protest against the axing of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois, calling for an end to racism in media houses.
The Cape Times’s falling circulation is said to have prompted the sacking of editor Alide Dasnois, but her replacement has a far worse record.
Former Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois says she may take legal action following her dismissal from the newspaper.
Employees of the Independent newspaper group have voiced their anger over the dismissal of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois.
The removal of the Cape Times’s editor coincides with it publishing an article on Thuli Madonsela’s finding on Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson.
Sekunjalo Investments has laid charges against the Sunday Times for a provisional report by the public protector that alleged tender rigging.
The fact that some people unquestioningly assume that journalism can be bent to the whims of media owners is worrying.
Iqbal Survé’s claim that the Mail & Guardian is out to get him because he wouldn’t sell it some of his newly acquired newspapers is just plain wrong.
Sekunjalo Media Consortium is the new owner of Independent News & Media South Africa, bringing the company back into the local media fold.
Sekunjalo Independent Media has revealed that they are made up of unions, civil society groups and some prominent black personalities.
The government outfit vying for the Independent Group – South Africa’s biggest newspaper group – has laughed off concerns it wants a state mouthpiece.