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BlackBerry falls as all-important software revenue plunges

BlackBerry plunges the most in a year after investors focused on weak growth in software revenues.

Barclays Africa Retail Banking CEO Moganwa leaves amid shake-up

Moganwa will pursue other interests after five years at the unit.

Jooste profited from Steinhoff land deal in 2007, filings show

Companies linked to Jooste and Steinhoff associates profited by hundreds of millions of rands between 2002 and 2007, Bloomberg
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Naspers annual profit up 72%, helped by Tencent stake

Core headline earnings totaled $2.5 billion, or 581 cents per share.

Tiger Brands considers North Africa for continental expansion

CEO says it plans to select several countries to move into as part of the new 'rest of Africa' strategy.

Quilter broadens its horizons

Listing of full service wealth manager should appeal to local and British investors.

Steinhoff Africa, Brait put investors on hook for manager loans

Wiese-linked companies say loans-for-shares guaranteed.

Aveng shares up 29% as regulator approves tie-up plans with rival

M&R plans to buy Aveng for R1 billion.

Red-hot Indian online food arena delivers its second unicorn

The start-up was able to raise $210 million in a round led by Naspers.

Imperial to spin off auto dealership arm

Imperial to separate from its auto dealership business Motus.

Tiger Brands may not find how deadly bacteria entered its plant

Following three month investigation into the outbreak.

27four reaches agreement to purchase Prescient Life

Move supports its growth into a diversified business.

Basil Read applies for suspension of listing

Business rescue process creates uncertainty.

Investec, RMB are said to seek Vox disposal for fibre exit

Vox Telecom shareholders are looking to consolidate itself in the fibre-network industry.



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