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Steinhoff relies on legal ‘fig leaf’

Journalists’ court case challenges corporates that hide behind legal ‘professional’ privilege’

Pepkor shrugs off Steinhoff

Analysts believe it could have done better, but cut it some slack because of its poor beginnings

This was better with the sound off

The apparently empathy-deficient Markus Jooste just doesn’t get it

Clipped Hawks falter over Steinhoff

The policing unit still needs hard evidence but says that the investigation is ‘receiving attention’

How Markus Jooste plans to dodge Parliament’s tough questions

The elusive Jooste is set to appear in Parliament on Wednesday to answer questions from MPs

Titans face off in banks case

Before the court battle over rand-rigging begins, the tribunal must settle a number of preliminary skirmishes

Steinhoff 98% down

The stock – which had already fallen by 9.9% on Tuesday – reached a new low of R1.18 a share on Wednesday morning

Court to decide if Steinhoff’s ex-CEO will testify in Parly

The court may need to rule on whether or not Markus Jooste can testify in parliament, as MP's agree to subpoena him

Mayfair Holdings in battle with minority shareholders from Lodestone

Markus Jooste's private investment company is under fire as it tries to sell the beverage and confectionery company to 'repay defaulted debt'

No suspension on JSE yet for volatile Steinhoff ‘penny stock’

The JSE has previously said that it will follow Frankfurt’s lead in suspending Steinhoff’s share

Steinhoff restructure: No guarantee Wiese will get Pepkor back

The former chairperson has instituted two claims against the retailer for agreements made in 2015 and 2016

Wiese sues Steinhoff

The former chairperson has lodged a claim of R59-billion against the retailer

Steinhoff dances to zombie drums

The beleaguered retailer will struggle to get up off its knees under the weight of crushing bills

​Steinhoff’s ex-CEO could make a tidy penny after deal with banks

After Markus Jooste’s investment company has sold off assets to pay his creditors, the former Steinhoff CEO could make about R500-million

Steinhoff shares drop over 15%

Steinhoff announced that a forensic investigation by PwC has so far uncovered the overstatement of income and assets at its AGM

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