Home    News

LATEST South Africa  

Icasa’s mobile broadband inquiry hailed as ‘most important ever’

The Internet Service Providers’ Association says the investigation gets to the bottom of the cost of communication in SA.

Musk wants to open Tesla store in SA

The billionaire may be about to bring his Tesla electric cars back home.

In Eskom’s case, does Mboweni feel a photo is worth 1 000 words?

'The fiscus is not in a position to continue pouring money into assets which are not productive', says Mboweni.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

Alexander Forbes interim results, mining and manufacturing data, employment stats, ex-Sars boss to hear fate.

Debt-service bailout may ease Eskom’s woes, Morgan Stanley says

As power utility struggles under a debt load of R419bn.

South Africa will have to assume Eskom debt, Rothschild says

The debt on their balance sheet is unsustainable.

Africa’s biggest fund manager said to face Steinhoff probe

The commission of inquiry is running its own processes.

Netflix unveils its first SA original series

The new show, called Queen Sono, casts Pearl Thusi who takes on the role of a highly trained South African spy.

SA needs to bail out Eskom – former Eskom adviser Rothschild

The state banker says there's no obvious solution other than a state bailout for Eskom.

Executive ‘clawbacks’ may have unfair tax implications

If defined as restricted equity instruments, provisions could have ‘impractical, unbusinesslike or oppressive’ consequences.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

KPMG apologises over scandals, PIC inquiry to look into Steinhoff BEE deal, ex-Necsa board to challenge removal. Eskom still a concern, rand update.

GEPF would buy Eskom debt, Business Times reports

The company can't be allowed to fail, says Abel Sithole.

SA’s key economic and political risk events in 2019

After a tough 2018 analysts are expecting an even bumpier ride next year.

Why under valuing families is a problem for the economy

Families and the state are equally responsible for contributing towards human capital.
Insider GOLD
ONLY R63pm

Moneyweb's premium subscription is a membership service which will give you access to a number of tools to take charge of your investments.
Or choose a yearly subscription at R630pa - SAVE R126

Get instant access to all our tools and content. Monthly subscription can be suspended at any time.



Follow us:

Search Articles:Advanced Search
Click a Company: