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Phuthuma Nhleko’s R8bn AfriSam problem

After the failed merger with PPC, AfriSam shareholders might be asked to rescue the company from its smothering debt load.

How to keep the Grinch at bay

And still use your Christmas bonus wisely.

Naspers is ready to fix its Tencent problem

Value gap to Tencent ‘too high’ CEO Van Dijk tells investors.

Bitcoin, blockchain, valuations and bubbles

Cutting through the hype with Citadel investment analyst Nishlen Govender.

Rand, stocks ease ahead of ANC conference

Rand trade might be boring now but it is expected to be explosive over the weekend, says RMB analyst John Cairns.

We have always been wary of Markus Jooste - 36ONE founder Cy Jacobs

Bullying analysts has been going on for years.

SA's nearly man Ramaphosa may lead the country at last

Has vowed to tackle corruption, mend economy.

PPC: There were three suitors, now there's one

Canada-based investment holding firm Fairfax Africa Investments becomes the latest to walk away from its bid for PPC’s partial assets.

Steinhoff considers sale of PSG, KAP stakes to lift liquidity - sources

Stakes will most likely be sold in chunks via an accelerated book build to institutional investors.

Sars concerned about falling tax compliance

Only 4.8 million people submitted tax returns out of an expected 6.4 million.

Irrational IRP madness grips the energy sector in SA

Deliberations of the Energy Indaba had no influence on IRP 2017.

Will Tigon’s Porritt be home for Christmas?

Accused to present new evidence in fresh bail application.

Budget 2018: Filling an R85bn gap

The tax increases in 2018 are going to need to be broad, as well as substantial. 

Fund managers explain their exposure to Steinhoff

Nedgroup Investments provides clarity to clients.

A spotlight on Steinhoff’s corporate debt

Mispricing creates risks.

GEPF trustee members stonewall questions

We know very well that everything is not under control – AP Stemmet (GEPF Monitor Group).

Paying a social grant is a service, not a business - Mark Barnes

It's for our citizens. It's not a business opportunity, says the Post Office CEO.

Rand firms on weaker dollar, Steinhoff recovers

Steinhoff shares rise 56%.

Steinhoff: Is the entire board tainted?

They ought to have known.

Steinhoff: Weighing up the odds

Investors were caught unawares and many continue to hold the stock. What should they do?

The funds hardest hit over the last week

As Steinhoff weighs on the JSE.

How the Post Office plans to pay social grants

After nine months of delays and in fighting between Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini and Post Office CEO Mark Barnes, a social grants payments deal is finally struck.

Calls for inquiry into home and car repossession abuses

Parliamentary committee also wants a fund, with contributions from the financial sector, to help customers fight the banks in court.

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