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DStv to hike prices on April 1

Mid-tier bouquets will see bigger increases than the Premium bouquet.

Barclays Africa wins case over R1.1bn Bankorp bailout

Court rules bank did not unduly benefit from the bailouts.

Koko resigns from Eskom

Power utility condemns resignation, says hearing can't proceed.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

It's Sona day, Gupta brother declared a fugitive, S&P says rating outlook won't change yet, Steinhoff insider trading investigated, budget speech to go ahead as planned.

Steinhoff appoints chief restructuring officer

Former global head of restructuring at KPMG appointed.

Joffe retires as chairman of Bidcorp

Joffe will be replaced by Investec's Stephen Koseff.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

South Africa enters new leadership as Jacob Zuma resigns and Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to be sworn in as president in Parliament.

PPC appoints permanent CEO

Johan Claassen to replace Darryll Castle.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Zuma officially recalled, Hawks make arrests at Gupta compound, Gold Fields FY results, retail trade sales and Competition Tribunal dismisses Massmart.

Comair the ‘bargain of the century’ – Venter

Record first half performance despite tough market.

Battle between 36ONE and Resilient intensifies

36ONE said it was uninvited from Resilient’s results presentation, where it would have had the opportunity to quiz management.

Net1 eyes fintech services after life without Sassa

It plans to extend banking services to underserviced individuals, some of who are social grant recipients in far-flung rural areas.

KAP distances itself from embattled Steinhoff

An agreement between the two companies to co-rent space and share corporate services comes to end next month.

Massmart disappointed that its anti-competition complaint dismissed

Maintains that exclusive lease agreements are anti-competitive.



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