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Brexit could hurt SA’s economic growth - Kganyago

Investors don’t see South Africa as a safe haven for assets.

Old Mutual to establish new SA holding company, reconsider Hemphill's remuneration

Will revise directors’ remuneration policy at general meeting.

South African CEOs expect growth, but not a lot of it

KPMG CEO Outlook finds that corporate leaders remain cautiously optimistic.

Fourways Mall redevelopment to be completed in 2018

The shopping mall is more than 75% let.

Brexit means buying opportunities

'But you’ve got to have the risk appetite and timeframe to endure short-term volatility' Nadir Thokan – investment strategist – 27four Investment Managers.

Tshwane overpays PEU by 70x a month

Tshwane could have taken over the ‘smart’ metering service for less than R1m a month. Court documents reveal full extent of overcharge.

Listing MultiChoice a 'no-brainer' - chairman

But its licence conditions make it difficult to do so.

Accelerate sees measured moves into offshore markets

The Brexit outcome is shifting the goal posts for the company.

Five things you should know about tax season

Individuals can submit their returns from Friday, July 1.

Cape Town, Joburg among cheapest cities in the world

Mobility firm ranks most and least expensive cities to which to deploy expats.

Regulations on carbon tax offsets give some clarity

Questions remain about positive impact on economy.

'Belvedere' update: Monies released from Guernsey

The majority of assets from the Met Global Diversified Feeder Fund have been repatriated.

Too soon to tell what Brexit means for SA mining

Other than gold, Brexit should only impact commodities in so far as it affects global growth.

New homeowner not liable for old electricity bill

Today’s South Gauteng High Court ruling gives property owners extra protection – Chantelle Gladwin – Schindlers Attorneys.

Transnet looks to diversify earnings

As demand for commodity exports slows, opportunity lies in other rail freight – Siyabonga Gama, CEO – Transnet

What Brexit holds in store for African economies

Uncertainty will stall deals and investment says Sasfin’s David Shapiro.

Brexit impact will be worse than the 2008 crash

The referendum result has sparked a chain of painful events at a time when Britain has no means to protect itself.

Banks, insurers extend losses on Brexit woes

Market weakness continues following Friday’s news.

A theory on why R2/MB still exists

Could it be (as ever) all about the defence of voice revenue?

When is an index not an index?

When its dominated by one or two stocks.

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