Sasha Planting is Moneyweb’s Deputy Editor and writes on investment and companies. While the output of labour and capital - wealth creation - is important, she is more interested in the people that enable wealth creation.

It’s war, says Grand Parade chairman

‘Shareholders are attempting a hostile takeover.’

When it comes to market performance, SA is not alone

There is blood on the floor all over.

Not quite the people’s auction

But the 34th Nedbank Cape winemaker event did offer value for fine wine enthusiasts.

Tough environment forces Liberty retrenchment drive

The company says it’s part of the new organisational design.

Funding the future

First early childhood development social impact bond launched in SA.

Taking spirits to Africa’s up-and-coming professionals

Truman & Orange treads where others fear to go.

Ascendis nurses itself back to Health

A new strategy aims to deliver 25% Ebitda growth by 2023.

Alex Forbes CEO fired

Board has lost faith in him.

SA’s Financial Intelligence Centre feels weight of its own ability

Budget limitations constrain it.

Naspers puts pedal to the metal

As its subsidiary OLX Group invests R1.4 billion in online car buying service.

Where to for market darling?

Aspen’s disappointing results raise questions about future growth.

VW lives the vision for a pan-African auto industry

It’s the only way for the SA motor industry to thrive, says VWSA’s Schaefer.

AdvTech builds scale in the tertiary sector

Acquires Monash University.

In SA’s struggling heartland, scale is the answer

JSE small-cap Insimbi targets acquisitions for growth.

Despite negativity, Japanese insurer piles into Hollard

Acquires 22.5% of the business for R5 billion.

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