Gartner and Tom Moyane’s R200m tax contract ‘unethical’

Nugent inquiry hears how firm received a tax agency tender amounting to nearly R200m

Steven Mnuchin spurns Saudi Arabian investment conference

The US treasury secretary’s decision puts the high-profile event in doubt in the wake of   journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance

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Mr Price CEO to retire at the end of the year

Stuart Bird was promoted from MD of Mr Price’s apparel division to CEO in 2010, he will be succeeded by CFO Mark Blair

Ramaphosa sets terms for new PIC inquiry

Judicial inquiry to probe fund manager's transactions, directors, staff

Transnet CEO will know on Friday if he can keep his R7.6m job

Siyabonga Gama approached the Labour Court last week after the board served him with a notice to terminate his contract

Maintenance issues in Secunda lead Sasol to cut its production guidance

But thanks to improved performance at its Natref refinery, Sasol is still on track to achieve its sales target of about 58-million barrels of fuel in its 2019 ...

More South Africans apply for Schengen visas

Italian embassies in Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Cape Town collected the highest number of applications for the visas

PETER BRUCE: Of all the state's lame ducks, Denel is worth rescuing

Defence manufacturer is a repository of genuine SA engineering excellence and innovation that we would not be able to replace 

Dis-Chem aims to pay more generous dividends

Group wants to lift its dividend pay-out ratio from 40% of net income to up to 50% of earnings over the medium term

TIM COHEN: The delicate art of saying sorry

Generally, people seem to like apologies that have a cost associated with them, even if that cost is simply taking a knock to your reputation

Medical schemes regulator probes Discovery and GEMS

An inspection into DHMS and its administrator, Discovery Health, follows allegations that some members’ claims were not being paid in full

SA remains Africa’s top pick for foreign investors

SA tops Absa Africa Financial Markets Index for second year running despite weaker economic performance

LUMKILE MONDI: Crisis continues as leaders put companies and political parties first

When unemployment, poverty and inequality worsen with no outcry I have now understood that the current crop of leaders in both the private and public sectors ...

Court rejects state plea to postpone Mabola mine hearing

The Mabola area near Wakkerstroom is part of the Enkangala Drakensberg Strategic Water Source Area, which constitutes the headwaters of several critically ...

Dutch investors’ group suspends class action against Steinhoff

Dutch Investors’ Association VEB says it does not want to trigger a damaging insolvency

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