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Please Call Me inventor wants more than R10bn

19 August 2019  / Ray Mahlaka
Nkosana Makate heads back to court to challenge the R47m settlement offered by Vodacom.

Court issues damning judgment against Jeff Radebe

19 August 2019  / Ciaran Ryan
Judge overturns his suspension of the previous Nuclear Energy Corporation board.

City Lodge's R1bn African expansion strategy hit by delays

19 August 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Timelines for completion uncertain.

Can political criticism cause 'wrongfulness'?

19 August 2019  / Barbara Curson
Applicant loses her defamation suit against the DA, its Free State leader and the media with costs.

Government sets up demerit system for drivers

19 August 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Outa is concerned the act could be used to force motorists into paying e-tolls.

Getting to grips with the trade war

19 August 2019  / Patrick Cairns
Where is it all going?

Metair set to commission battery production line in Romania

19 August 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Sees a potential electric vehicle production scenario 'sometime in the future'.

Suffering emerging markets look to Powell to calm frayed nerves

19 August 2019  / Dana El Baltaji, Sydney Maki and Lilian Karunungan, Bloomberg 
A roundup of what the week may hold for emerging markets.

What children’s books can teach us about money

14 August 2019  / Craig Torr
'If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world' - The Hobbit.

Green flops: Why some promising cleantech ideas didn’t work out

18 August 2019  / Will Wade, Bloomberg
Six inventions the world was never ready for.

Best wines for hot summer weather

18 August 2019  / Elin McCoy, Bloomberg
Bypass the gin cocktails this season and give wine a chance.

Honeymoon resorts are out, adventure is in, say travel experts

18 August 2019  / Claire Ballentine, Bloomberg
Besides an adventure, it bodes well for your Instagram profile.

Old Mutual board throws jabs at Peter Moyo’s bid to censure its conduct

16 August 2019  / Ray Mahlaka
The 14-member board asks the High Court in Johannesburg to dismiss Moyo’s application to have its conduct declared in contempt of court.

Hey! Big Businesses! Pay your suppliers!

17 August 2019  / Shawn Theunissen
Pay entrepreneurs on time, and make the need for legislation in this regard unnecessary.

Going negative? As trade war rages, central banks ponder radical steps

17 August 2019  / Leika Kihara and Charlotte Greenfield, Reuters
The global economy is becoming desperate to spur growth.

South Africa's construction industry could become safer. Here's how

17 August 2019  / Patrick Nwabueze Okonkwo
Uniform policies around health and safety management within the construction industry is lacking.

Zimbabwe has a plan to end 20-year standoff with creditors

16 August 2019  / Antony Sguazzin, Ray Ndlovu and Godfrey Marawanyika, Bloomberg
The only problem is that it is racing against time as nationwide protests loom.

Sasol delays results due to US project glitch

UPDATE
16 August 2019  / Tanisha Heiberg, Reuters
Share down more than 15%.

How buy-to-let landlords are being squeezed

16 August 2019  / Hilton Tarrant
Below-inflation rent increases are only half the story …

Special report: Sasol's lack of accountability

16 August 2019  / Patrick Cairns
The company has never met its own emissions targets, and shareholders don't seem to have noticed.

Kholofelo Maponya demands opportunity to clear his name

16 August 2019  / Tebogo Tshwane
Says multiple attempts to appear before the inquiry were ignored despite serious allegations being made against him.

The public protector is inept and has failed the people of SA

16 August 2019  / Barbara Curson
Her dereliction of duty has impacted the rights of the poor and vulnerable.

TFG outshines its SA retail peers overseas

16 August 2019  / Suren Naidoo
Looks to expand its presence in markets that have proved difficult for rivals Woolworths and Truworths.

Gold Fields delivers the goods

16 August 2019  / Adriaan Kruger
Higher production, lower costs and gold output from new mines increase profits sharply.

Long wait to reopen Vantage Goldfields mines nearly over

16 August 2019  / Ciaran Ryan
Removal of legal obstacle opens the way for Real Win Investments to acquire the gold mining group.

Global markets: what an inverted yield curve means

15 August 2019  / Moneyweb
Geopolitical events; Moody's rate decision to continue driving the rand - analyst.

Ramaphosa can no longer disguise the awful truth

15 August 2019  / Johannes Wessels
The world of enterprise in South Africa is in a critical condition.

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