Latest articles on Steinhoff

Dossier fuels fight for auditor watchdog’s top seat

A whistleblower says the former boss of the auditing regulatory body is behind a campaign to have its new chief executive sent packing

Financial conduct body slaps Jooste with R162-million fine

The former Steinhoff chief executive and three others have been fined by the FSCA for insider trading in the days leading up to the company’s 2017 share price crash

Unethical businesses will face people’s protest

Companies must behave like model democratic citizens if they are to earn and retain society’s social licence to operate

Khaya Sithole: Steinhoff – a gang of desperate adventurers?

As long as the only legitimate litigant is Steinhoff itself, the company’s directors will remain at large

Ace pulls diplomatic strings for Steinhoff-linked pal

If the ANC general secretary has his way, Ithala chair Roshan Morar could soon be an ambassador

Moral leadership is essential for curbing corruption

The term ‘corruption’ is a convenient scapegoat that leaders deploy to mask their moral failings. Instead, they should re-evaluate their personal ethics

Steinhoff relies on legal ‘fig leaf’

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

VBS and Steinhoff investigations at “advanced stage” — NPA and SIU

Crime-fighting bodies update MPs on why high-profile investigations into VBS Mutual Bank and Steinhoff have not yielded results

Tongaat farmworkers face eviction

The first victims of the sugar giant’s accounting scandal — 5 000 of them — lose their jobs at the end of the month

Allegations about dealings with SA Home Loans are malicious — Matjila

The former PIC CEO denies sinister dealings between PIC and SA Home loans

Pay back the money: Markus Jooste, Steinhoff edition

The former Steinhoff chief executive could be ordered to pay back R870-million to the global general household retailer

Tongaat-Hulett board requests temporary suspension of JSE listing

The move comes amid concerns over possible financial irregularities at the company

Wiese denies self-service accusations

The Steinhoff debacle caused its major investor a loss of R50bn and kicked him off the richest list

Steinhoff results raise more doubt

Revised financial statements reveal just how deeply compromised the ‘zombie company’  is

The Republic of Commissions could need just one more inquiry

This destruction of our state entities, as we know, was aided and abetted by the private sector parties that are meant to act as watchdogs

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