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Wednesday - 6th November, 2019
Student aid scheme in bid to claw back R1bn
SA’s key agency for providing financial support to students is trying to claw back more than R1bn ...
Monday - 4th November, 2019
Moody’s gives Mboweni three months to deliver
Finance minister Tito Mboweni has three months to deliver a credible plan to stabilise government de...
Friday - 1st November, 2019
Mboweni prays SA can avoid downgrade
As D-day for the economy approaches, finance minister Tito Mboweni conceded that “things don’t l...
Thursday - 31st October, 2019
Mboweni warns of looming debt trap
Finance minister Tito Mboweni delivered a shocking mediumterm budget policy statement, with the budg...
Wednesday - 30th October, 2019
Government forges ahead with Eskom split
The government will forge ahead with splitting up Eskom, leading with the establishment of a separat...
Tuesday - 29th October, 2019
Sasol surges as heads roll over US project
Sasol’s shares surged the most in more than a decade after heads rolled at the synthetic fuels and...
Monday - 28th October, 2019
Gold industry reels under attacks by armed gangs
SA’s gold industry is reeling under an increased number of attacks by heavily armed gunmen at thei...
Friday - 25th October, 2019
No fake parts found as SAA aircraft fly again
The SA Civil Aviation Authority (Sacaa) says that no “suspect parts” were found in its audit of ...
Thursday - 24th October, 2019
DA crisis deepens as Maimane, Trollip quit
Mmusi Maimane succumbed to the inevitable and resigned as DA leader, plunging SA’s main opposition...
Wednesday - 23rd October, 2019
Speculation rises over imminent Maimane exit
Embattled Mmusi Maimane went to ground on Tuesday as speculation swirled that he will resign as lead...
Tuesday - 22nd October, 2019
Mashaba’s exit could end DA’s hold on Joburg
The DA could lose control of SA’s economic hub after Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba dealt it a ...
Monday - 21st October, 2019
Zille’s DA victory spurs talk of Mashaba quitting
Helen Zille returned to the DA’s top leadership structure, setting off speculation that Johannesbu...
Friday - 18th October, 2019
Partner’s resignation in public hits troubled Bain
In a setback to Bain & Co’s campaign to clean up its public image in SA, a partner drafted...
Thursday - 17th October, 2019
Eskom power cuts back to haunt SA economy
After 206 days without power cuts, SA was again plunged into darkness on Wednesday when Eskom implem...
Wednesday - 16th October, 2019
Zuma appeal doomed to fail prosecutors —
Former president Jacob Zuma’s bid to appeal against last week’s court ruling allowing his corrup...
Tuesday - 15th October, 2019
Joffe taps leisure and lifestyle retail sector
Long4Life, an acquisitive investment group founded by magnate Brian Joffe, is positioning itself to ...
Monday - 14th October, 2019
Maimane’s head still on DA chopping block
Mmusi Maimane’s head is still on the chopping block as the DA heads into a federal council meeting...
Friday - 11th October, 2019
EOH files charges against employees
EOH, whose share price has lost almost two thirds of its value so far in 2019 over corporate governa...
Thursday - 10th October, 2019
Ramaphosa backs Mboweni’s renewal plan
President Cyril Ramaphosa has thrown his weight behind finance minister Tito Mboweni’s contentious...
Wednesday - 9th October, 2019
Billionaires Motsepe and Rupert banking on the Bulls
Two of SA ’ s wealthiest businesspeople, Patrice Motsepe and Johann Rupert, are teaming up to rein...
Tuesday - 8th October, 2019
Motsepe plans to create fund for black farmers
SA’s emerging black farmers are to benefit from a multibillionrand fund businessman Patrice Motsep...
Monday - 7th October, 2019
Zille might not be eligible for DA post
The DA is seeking legal advice on whether former leader Helen Zille can contest the position of fede...
Friday - 4th October, 2019
Moyo’s NMT fights back over IDC loan
NMT Capital, a boutique investment company co-founded by axed Old Mutual CEO Peter Moyo, says it is ...
Thursday - 3rd October, 2019
Sketchy ANC plan sets structural reforms aside
The ANC announced its plans on how to revive the economy on Wednesday, tabling a lengthy list of int...
Wednesday - 2nd October, 2019
Markus Jooste fails to stop R740m claim
Markus Jooste, the alleged mastermind behind SA’s biggest corporate fraud, has failed to stall a R...
Tuesday - 1st October, 2019
Regulated private health sector ‘needed for NHI’
The Competition Commission’s health market inquiry has finalised its investigation into the privat...
Monday - 30th September, 2019
Government asks Eskom suppliers to take a haircut
The government has asked key suppliers to Eskom — independent power producers (IPPs) of renewable ...
Friday - 27th September, 2019
Time for government to act, says Capitec CEO
The head of Capitec, which has grown to be the country’s third most valuable bank just 18 years af...
Thursday - 26th September, 2019
Strike threat grows as Sibanye cuts jobs
The likelihood of Sibanye-Stillwater, the world’s largest platinum miner, facing another crippling...
Wednesday - 25th September, 2019
Wiese keeps his options open on Brait overhaul
Christo Wiese is keeping his options open as advisory teams compete to deliver a solution to the chr...
Monday - 23rd September, 2019
Investec ready to face SA, Brexit blues — Titi
Fani Titi may find himself in the unenviable position of having to revive the weaker part of Investe...
Friday - 20th September, 2019
Kganyago endorses Mboweni’s strategy
The Reserve Bank resisted pressure to cut interest rates even as it downgraded longer term economic ...
Thursday - 19th September, 2019
Wiese & Co gun for big Brait overhaul
Christo Wiese has teamed up with other shareholders in Brait to propose a sweeping overhaul of the s...
Wednesday - 18th September, 2019
Sars wants to ban state-capture firms
The SA Revenue Service (Sars) wants international companies found to have been complicit in its near...
Tuesday - 17th September, 2019
Ramaphosa questions Mkhwebane’s motives
President Cyril Ramaphosa has for the first time openly questioned public protector Busisiwe Mkhweba...
Monday - 16th September, 2019
Mkhwebane challenges ‘unfair’ high court ruling
Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has launched a fightback against one of her detractors’ most p...
Friday - 13th September, 2019
Crime figures show SA at war with itself
SA’s war with itself is getting worse. The latest annual crime statistics, released on Th...
Thursday - 12th September, 2019
Business confidence hits lowest since 1980s
In a sign of the challenges facing President Cyril Ramaphosa as he seeks to boost the economy and at...
Wednesday - 11th September, 2019
SA safe from Moody’s downgrade — for now
SA is safe from a credit ratings downgrade by Moody’s Investors Service for the next 12 to 18 mont...
Tuesday - 10th September, 2019
SA’s growth rate ‘not enough to create jobs’
The head of Edcon, the country’s second-largest clothing retailer, says SA’s anaemic economy is ...
Monday - 9th September, 2019
Buthelezi’s call for peace spurned, violence erupts
Violence flared again in central Johannesburg on Sunday afternoon after residents rebuffed peace cal...
Friday - 6th September, 2019
together we can end violence
President Cyril Ramaphosa called on the nation to work together to end the violence that has engulfe...
Thursday - 5th September, 2019
SA is a home for all
As the World Economic Forum (WEF) kicked off in Cape Town on Wednesday, SA was awash with negative n...
Wednesday - 4th September, 2019
Violence ‘devastating’ to SA’s ailing economy
Business has warned that the violence and looting that has engulfed Gauteng will have a devastating ...
Tuesday - 3rd September, 2019
Stark warning on SA ahead of WEF
On the eve of the World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting, where SA will seek to highlight its attractive...
Monday - 2nd September, 2019
Steinhoff shareholders strengthen board’s grip
Steinhoff shareholders, who face uncertainty about the future of their company as it battles costly ...
Friday - 30th August, 2019
BLSA joins calls for Mkhwebane’s axing
The CEO of the business organisation that gained prominence over its public stance against corruptio...
Thursday - 29th August, 2019
SA Express bailout hope fails to fly with Mboweni
Finance minister Tito Mboweni has taken a hard line on struggling state-owned airline SA Express and...
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