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Questioning Rain’s valuation

20 Sep 2021 /  Keith McLachlan   6
Two facts provide much-needed context.

Another case of overpaying in the Naspers/Prosus stable …

13 Sep 2021 /  Ann Crotty   3
While Anglo American sees some interesting share price movements, Shoprite shareholders celebrate, Tongaat should beware of activist investors, and Brikor and AEEI span the spectrum of apathy.

Executive remuneration: TFG’s misunderstood shareholders and a cheeky move at Old Mutual

6 Sep 2021 /  Ann Crotty   15
Musings on the retailer and insurer both failing to get approval on remuneration policies, as well as a brief look at developments at Prosus, Ayo and Shoprite.

Zimbabwe’s sound of hope

3 Sep 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   7
The contrast between the struggle of everyday life and the beauty of Zimbabwe is dramatic.

Snapshot of key economic indicators shows an economy that is in deep trouble

2 Sep 2021 /  Mamokgethi Molopyane   35
Recovery in the short term is unlikely, with unsustainable public finances the key barrier to growth.

Give us our UIF money

30 Aug 2021 /  Adriaan Kruger   20
The fund should have enough money to pay claims and brags that 95% are settled within days, and yet …

Spotlight on six JSE-listed small caps

26 Aug 2021 /  Keith McLachlan  
Insights into their strategies and prospects.

Naspers AGM: The A shares have it – all resolutions pass

26 Aug 2021 /  Ann Crotty   7
But N shareholders indicate their opposition to a number of them.

The Goodbye Store and lost dreams

23 Aug 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   10
A shooting star falls through the sky and we make a wish; mine is for our beleaguered land.

Toxic workplaces and sexual harassment still common in professional firms

20 Aug 2021 /  Barbara Curson   17
A top London-based financial newspaper refers to 'a culture of fear at the world’s leading accounting firms', hinting at the scale of the problem from which South Africa is not immune.

Were the Guptas the disease or the parasite?

16 Aug 2021 /  Barbara Curson   15
Corruption did not start with the Guptas, they merely leveraged it.

ADvTech’s update highlights quality

16 Aug 2021 /  Keith McLachlan    3
Private education is a great space to be in.

More ups and downs for SA Inc

16 Aug 2021 /  Ann Crotty   1
A bit of a bumpy ride with some high points. A look at Naspers/Prosus, Adapt IT, Shoprite, Steinhoff and Massmart.

Ninety One’s AGM: An attempt at ‘shabby chic’?

10 Aug 2021 /  Ann Crotty   1
It appears shareholders are fully supportive of their board.

Of mighty oaks and powerful little switches

10 Aug 2021 /  Ann Crotty   1
Naspers and the president with a potent button at his fingertips, Huge Group and enormous patience, the buying up of shares in print and packaging group Novus and York Timbers … and an apology from this columnist.

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