The significance of Allan Gray speaking out on Naspers

It should give more asset managers the confidence to raise their concerns, even if only in private.

Denel fights losing battle

Remains dependant on guarantees, borrowings.

SA e-tail penetration trails well behind other markets

Whether this will change, and at what pace, remains to be seen.

The challenges underlying the living annuity debate

Four points to consider.

Why Manyi’s purchase is pretty clever business

You have to give him credit, writes Deon Gouws.

Serious questions asked of Naspers’ exec pay policies

Directors benefit from R435 billion market cap discount related to Tencent.

Cancer of corruption needs to be excised completely – Busa

It is the responsibility of all companies to report all potential cases.

Blanket immunity to murderers

Mugabe says there will be no prosecution for people who killed white farmers in Zimbabwe’s ‘fast track land reform programme’.

Destroying company relationships

By having absurd theories, abstracts and aggregates define them.

Naspers is feeling the love, and the burden, of Tencent

If Tencent’s numbers are stripped out, Naspers has been bleeding cash in its core operations for two straight years.

Donald Trump-style business

Bashing the competition is never a good business strategy.

Penalties for withdrawal from rehabilitation funds more severe

Draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill proposes that 40% of the market value of the impermissible withdrawals or investments will be a tax.

An anniversary to forget

In a post crisis era, equity markets are flirting with new highs.

A closer look at the three women running for presidency

‘ANC presidential hopefuls must unite factions, root out corruption.’

From Putin to Zuma to Trump, voters put personality over policy

South Africa, born again after apartheid, is now suffering decline. And it is not alone in doing so.



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