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Yes, markets were dreadful in October

But it is not all doom and gloom.

The science behind Discovery Bank

Interrogating the model, and where Discovery believes it can change behaviour.

Georgiou granted leave to appeal

Orthotouch in arrears with annual return submissions.

11 power station units out of action due to Eskom financial woes

Inadequate supply for eight of the next 12 weeks.

Mediclinic's Swiss diagnostics are poor

While South Africa remains stable and the Middle East looks promising.

Investec navigates Brexit uncertainty

While management delivers first post-Koseff/Kantor results.

Vodacom rides East, ups stake in Vodacom Tanzania

Vodacom Tanzania shareholders approve sale of 26% stake owned by Mirambo Holdings to SA's Vodacom Group.

Panel supports SA land expropriation plans

Report urges constitutional changes to ease land seizures.

Behold, Discovery Bank!

The group finally takes the wraps off its offering. Well, sort of …

How Mortgage Secured Finance ran into trouble

The missing money. Part 2.

'Capping fuel price could sink industry transformation'

No room for discounts in fuel retail – PetroConnect.

Evolving tactic against investment dogs

Assessing good-stewardship traits can filter out the worst excesses of management.

Unions raise concerns over Standard Bank restructuring

'The working environment is changing.'

Bedevilled by the fallen angels – Part 4

Being opportune in buying shares of fallen companies.

Three key points about offshore investing and estate planning

The dos, the don’ts – and the 'bottom drawer' trust.

Black Friday: America’s most revered export?

Recent study shows that online retail continues to grow well above 20% in SA.

Could Gigaba’s resignation lead to a cabinet reshuffle?

Ralph Mathekga explains the president’s likely strategy.

Now's not the time to celebrate Tencent earnings

Better-than-expected results may be hard to repeat.

Standard Bank to lay off more than 500 workers

The job cut forms part of the bank's plans to restructure its IT division.

The doors to China's $12trn economy are not wide open

The world's second-largest economy wants equal access in return.

Tencent profit surges on ads, Meituan gain as games struggle

The result included over 8.7 billion yuan of one-time gains.

SA land debate: What's the state of play?

Here’s what some of the key players are saying.

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