How the Shell Ultra City brand empowers SA’s entrepreneurs


Old Mutual plots course that will split 173-year-old business

Insurer to separate its four units by the end of this year, the new Old Mutual Ltd. plans ‘return’ to Africa on the JSE.

From ABCs to ETFs: Getting to know your investment terms

Our financial literacy as a country can be improved despite being on par with many country at 51%.

Carlos Rey-Moreno on connecting SA’s rural poor

The Association for Progressive Communications is helping to deliver cheap telco services to areas in the Eastern Cape.

Steinhoff pleas for investor support to save 'burning building'

Chairman Sonn pledges to bring those responsible to justice.

Eskom gets workaround to tackle coal shortages

While the immediate shortage is related to Tegeta-owned mines, the problem is more deeply rooted - UCT professor.

MTN is said to pick more banks to work on planned Nigerian IPO

The company agreed to the listing in June 2016 as part of a R12bn fine.

‘Steinhoff fraudsters need to go to jail’

BLSA says it will ensure those found liable are prosecuted.

The land madness

Our most divisive issue is also the most misunderstood and incoherent.

Corporate tax rate in need of review

South Africa’s current rate of 28% is way above that of the global average of 24.29%.

After 95% stock plunge, Steinhoff finally faces angry investors

Frustrated shareholders to seek clarity on retailer’s accounts at annual general meeting in Amsterdam.

Ramaphosa cuts short Britain trip to deal with protests

Protesters are calling for the North West premier to step down.

How to get paid on time

Overdue invoices can be a major strain onto a business. Can they be avoided?

Kganyago signals inflation unlikely to prompt rate cut

The bank’s inflation forecast for the next 18 to 24 months is around 5%.

Pick n Pay posts healthy rise in FY earnings

The year was definitely a game of two halves, reports CEO Richard Brasher.

Dutch Investors' Association targets Absa bank

For its role in Steinhoff implosion.

New Sassa cards to be launched in May

Worcester beneficiaries in the Cape among first group to get new cards.

FNB eyes Capitec’s lunch

FNB targets underbanked and unbanked with new zero-fee account.

Investors still heading offshore – Glacier International

Flows suggest breakdown in relationship between rand weakness and externalisation.

Questions that need answering at Steinhoff's AGM

Shareholder representative Deminor wants answers too.

Whipped investment funds are sticking with Resilient

Despite nervousness about whether market regulators will find the property group guilty of share price manipulation.


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