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City Lodge’s disastrous BEE deal

14 Jul 2020  / Hilton Tarrant
How a R485 million transaction ended up costing (mostly shareholders) over R900 million.

Zimbabwe's clock ticking towards immense crisis

14 Jul 2020  / Cathy Buckle
Nurses are on strike because they can’t survive on their salaries which are equivalent of less than one US dollar a day.

Advice to Tito from New Zealand: Get your balance sheet in order

13 Jul 2020  / Ciaran Ryan
There’s a reason New Zealand’s economic performance is as stunning as its response to Covid.

Foschini Group plans to buy Jet for R480m

13 Jul 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
It will acquire 371 commercially-viable stores, their executives and staff.

Maqetuka outlines Gupta investigation collapse

13 Jul 2020  / Barbara Curson
Oversight bodies turned a blind eye to the dismantling of state security.

CEO pay machine continues to play a merry tune

13 Jul 2020  / Ann Crotty
For the select few. Ching-ching.

Basil Read CEO not losing any sleep over alleged R1bn overpayment by Eskom

13 Jul 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Power utility believed to have overpaid contractors at Kusile by almost R4bn.

City Power backtracks on shock prepaid charge (again)

13 Jul 2020  / Hilton Tarrant
But no indication of how the city will fix a broken tariff structure.

‘Remand detainee Gary Porritt is an instigator' – fellow inmates

13 Jul 2020  / Moneyweb
Tigon kingpin’s prison life revealed in Covid-19 bail bid.

Booze ban back after lockdown rules go unheeded

13 Jul 2020  / Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
President Ramaphosa is concerned that South Africans are downplaying the severity of the virus.

LIVE: Ministers update SA on amended regulations

13 Jul 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of SABC
Briefing in progress from 11am Monday.

Hlumisa directors aren't letting their case rest

13 Jul 2020  / Ann Crotty
ConCourt ruling could have far-reaching implications for company law in South Africa.

LIVE ARCHIVE: Booze ban back, curfew and tighter regulations in place

12 Jul 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of SABC
Read President Cyril Ramaphosa's address in full.

Starting at $500 000: a Swiss mountain vault for storing riches

12 Jul 2020  / Leonard Kehnscherper, Bloomberg
World’s wealthy are increasingly looking for security as the pandemic has rattled markets and civil unrest has broken out from the US to Hong Kong to London.

With schools closed, child labour on the rise in lockdown Uganda

12 Jul 2020  / Sally Hayden, Thomson Reuters Foundation,
15 million Ugandan children at risk of being forced to work as families are pushed towards extreme poverty.

Raising liquidity: 'Selling the crown jewels'

12 Jul 2020  / Riaan Campbell
How does a portfolio generate enough cash, and what kind of investment strategies do we need to implement to make sure we can always pay our monthly bills?

The world’s cruise ships can’t sail. Now, what to do with them?

12 Jul 2020  / Fran Golden, Bloomberg
'Modern cruise ships are not designed or built to just be turned off and left at a pier.'

Power pioneer invents new battery that’s 90% cheaper than lithium-Ion

11 Jul 2020  / Pavel Alpeyev, Bloomberg
And much safer.

Women-led activist firm bets on ESG reforms in emerging markets

11 Jul 2020  / Heejin Kim, Bloomberg
ESG continues to gain traction as an investment strategy.

Pregnant and stuck on a ship in the middle of the pandemic

11 Jul 2020  / K Oanh Ha, Krystal Chia and Claire Jiao, Bloomberg
More than 200 000 seafarers remain trapped on ships around the world.

Poor diets are costing businesses as much as $850bn a year

11 Jul 2020  / Agnieszka de Sousa, Bloomberg
Multinational companies need to do more to fight malnutrition.

South Africans must be healthier for universal healthcare to succeed

11 Jul 2020  / Jane Simmonds, Charles Parry and Melvyn Freeman
The health promotion approach aims to change people’s behaviour and choices.

Investment notes for surviving a crisis

11 Jul 2020  / Anet Ahern
Faced with volatility and uncertainty, our first impulse is to flee to safety. 

The fight over a coronavirus vaccine will get ugly

11 Jul 2020  / Andreas Kluth, Bloomberg
If a vaccine is successfully developed who will get the chance to access it first?

B4SA identifies initiatives that could grow GDP by R1trn

10 Jul 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
Group says recovery is certain but government with business would have to take the high road to improve SA's prospects.

Zimbabwe’s evicted white farmers offered $3.5bn payout

10 Jul 2020  / Ray Ndlovu and Brian Latham, Bloomberg
Deal pertains to 4 000 affected farmers.

Eskom announces Stage 2 load shedding

10 Jul 2020  / Moneyweb
From 12pm today (Friday)

Simon’s weekly wrap-up: ESG gains traction

10 Jul 2020  / 
Also, a look at education stocks amid lockdown, Maya Fisher-French on Crowd1, gold and tech stocks, the process of asset sales and more.



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  what a coincidence, just as the anc was chatting around nuclear.. Wow, they are so ahead of the curve and their forward planning is on par. See how we are going to need nuclear, we already need it.. ....  


  Lovely theory and splendid graphs - the real problem here is the Olympian theft by the ruing elite! Balance the books, there's nothing left to balance darling...  


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