A Bit Rich

Ryk van Niekerk

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Financial journalism is in Ryk's blood. He has been in the industry for 20 years, and is looking forward to the next 20. Ryk has won numerous journalism awards, including several Sanlam Financial Journalist of the Year category awards and the coveted Radio Journalist of the Year award in 2016. He was also acknowledged as the National Press Club’s Editor of the Year in 2013. Ryk is also the anchor of the largest national business radio show in South Africa, RSG Geldsake, and hosts other dedicated personal finance and entrepreneurship shows. He is a well-known public speaker and facilitator, and a regular political and economic commentator on many South African television and radio platforms. Ryk has an MBL and M.Phil in Journalism – both achieved cum laude.

The peculiar case of the Picvest billions: Part 2

Very few of the conditions of the business rescue plan were ever implemented.

The peculiar case of the Picvest billions: Part 1

Many issues demand further forensic investigation.

Is Ramaphosa in charge?

The president's new cabinet is bloated with few surprises, although there is continuity in critical departments.

Nova plans to sell another five properties

Sharemax rescue scheme fails to inform investors of imminent sale.

Georgiou claims I am biased. You be the judge

Property magnate demands apology and requests journalist’s removal from investigation.

Former finance director claims Nova ‘misrepresented’ its financial position

Sharemax rescue vehicle fails to publish its financial statements timeously.

Orthotouch continues to withhold interest payments from HS investors

Despite an application for a court order to compel the company to do so.

Ramaphosa’s ‘oh hell’ moment

Hopefully the dreadful GDP number will change the ANC’s thinking.

Judgment could force Nic Georgiou to pay out R2bn

Highveld Syndication Action Group also submits documents to expedite class action certification, and non-payment of interest continues.

Orthotouch receiver turns to the courts

Follows decision by Zephan to withhold interest payments to around 4 500 investors.

The mountain Ramaphosa must climb is -2.2% higher

Unpopular policy decisions may trigger a quick economic recovery.

No more interest payments for investors fighting Georgiou, Orthotouch

It is 'grossly unfair' towards investors who support the scheme if HSAG members and other litigants continue to receive interest payments - Cohen.

Georgiou to repay Pickvest investor R10m

High Court judgement opens the door for thousands of other investors to also institute civil claims.

SA’s most spectacular case of corporate capture

Chairman Connie Myburgh and CEO Dominique Haese take full voting control of the Nova Property Group.

Market correction an opportunity for investors to reset

Reflections on markets with Clyde Rossouw.



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