Capital Appreciation excited by fintech's potential

Having migrated from a SPAC to the Software and Computer Services sector of the JSE.

Standing Committee on Finance wants PIC smear campaign investigated

And trade unions unhappy about "a" Deputy Finance Minister chairing PIC.

Environmental agency takes on phosphate mine

WCEPA files urgent interdict application to stop Kropz from unlawfully dewatering the Elandsfontein aquifer.

SA's poor tax revenues to delay fiscal consolidation

Budget due on Wednesday, Finance minister to try to reassure rating agencies.

Does your house form part of your retirement plan?

‘Don’t put all your eggs into the house and think that that’s going to be solving all problems’ – Liberty product developer Henk Appelo.

Wednesday conversation with Michael Sassoon

The family business, his views on investments, and his childhood in Johannesburg – Michael Sassoon – CEO, Sasfin Securities.

An ideas forum that ignores the elephant in the room

Economic growth will remain constrained until a very powerful cabal of leaders is toppled.

Sassa delays paint bleak future for grant recipients

Resistance organisation Black Sash is concerned about the implication of delays in implementing a new payments system.

Rio, ex-CEO face fraud charges over $3.7bn coal calamity

World’s No.2 miner says to ‘vigorously defend’ SEC complaint.

Activist applies for interdict to stop proposed Nova listing

‘It is an attempt by directors to conceal their failure to repay debenture holders' - Pienaar.

Tax Ombud’s office ‘stretched to the limit’

Significant spike in complaints poses serious challenge amid budget and capacity constraints.

Over 1 000 jobs lost in egg production sector after avian flu

Egg production falls 17% after outbreak.

Where are the grown-ups?

McKinsey has avoided the real question.

Pick n Pay recovery gathers momentum

The grocery retailer’s turnaround plan, which has been five years in the making, starts to deliver.

Air Services Licensing Council remains defiant

Wants to appeal Comair ruling, while internal strife continues.

Zuma's moves threaten split in SA's ruling alliance

The president has changed his cabinet ten times since 2009.

The Emirates Group invests in SA liquor industry

Adds diversity and competition in local market.

Data breach exposes millions of South Africans’ personal records

Data has not been offered for sale yet, information security researcher says.

South African innovators need to up their game

Innovators must come up with tailored solutions in response to social challenges.


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