Criminals, watch out: here comes Jonga

SPONSORED | Proudly South African tech startup Jonga aims to bring peace and dignity to townships by providing a security solution that was born there

Timing of Naspers exit from Flipkart may have been fortunate

Rationale for the divestment was that its influence over Indian e-commerce business would have been heavily diluted by Walmart

Dawn one step closer to ending its JSE career

Most shareholders on Monday voted to accept the 1c a share offer from Polanofield — an offer that BDO has deemed as fair and reasonable

Sibanye weighs Amcu support for platinum strike

Sibanye Stillwater is trying to assess Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union’s backing ahead of potential secondary strike at the company’s ...

Owen Nkomo tries again at student housing

The entrepreneur aims to create a property fund with at least R250m in the first tranche from communities and private investors

Job cuts loom as Distell shakes up operations

Alcohol brands owner says hundreds of newly created jobs within the group will soften the job cut blow

Listed property could be poised for consolidation

Consolidation is expected in the listed property sector as larger players look for smaller funds with specialised assets and room to grow

New megarefinery near Lagos on schedule, says Dangote

Target of a finish next year for $15bn oil plant much too ambitious, say analysts

Robor’s acquisition of Macsteel tube and pipe business gets nod in embattled sector

The transaction entails the merger of two of the country’s big steel tube and pipe manufacturers as the local industry battles

Lockheed sees potential exports of 200 F-16 jets from proposed Indian plant

US defence firm estimates market is worth $20bn as it plans to make the country the sole global production centre for the aircraft

Barrick swims against rising tide of resource nationalism in Zambia

The company says proposed tax changes will put its Lumwana copper mining operations in peril

Canada’s Canopy Growth teams up with UK cannabis researcher

The Canadian company links up with a UK firm to make cannabis products available in Britain

Historic restaurant among shock losers in 2019 Michelin ratings

After holding three stars for 51 years, the Auberge de L’Ill has been downgraded to two stars

China’s Huawei in unprecedented media blitz as it battles heightened scrutiny

Telecoms company seeks to ease concern among Western nations bent on shutting it out of their markets

Computicket fined R20m after drawn-out legal battle

The case was complicated by the ownership of Computicket switching from Naspers to Shoprite in 2005

Philip Hampton to step down as Glaxo CEO ahead of split

In December, CEO Emma Walmsley noted a plan to split Glaxo into two units: one for prescription drugs and vaccines, the other for OTC products

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