Top wealth managers looking offshore to increase their returns

Sygnia’s Magda Wierzycka and  Abel Sithole, head of SA's largest state pension fund,  underscore a rising trend to boost client returns

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Afrimat’s construction index lifts in third quarter

The index, compiled by economist Roelof Botha, has finally seen a reversal of a four-quarter trend of decline

Deepmind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman set for role at Google

Suleyman, who co-founded high-profile artificial intelligence lab, moves to Google after Sundar Pichai takes the helm at Alphabet

Saudi Aramco raises $25.6bn in world’s largest IPO

Market debut  puts the Saudi oil behemoth’s value at $1.7-trillion, beating Apple, Microsoft and Alibaba

Cartel case against cement company dismissed

The Competition Tribunal says NPC had no reason to be part of a market-sharing agreement

Rise in Q3 construction activity stokes optimism

Construction sector records its best performance since June 2018, raising hopes of recovery

Q&A with Anchor’s Craig Smith

There will be a sizeable spread in terms of performance between top performing and bottom performing listed property companies

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Sanlam Investments offers a strong case for investing in Africa

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GM and LG Chem to create $2.3bn EV-battery venture in US

The electric vehicle battery-cell plant will be one of the world’s biggest, as GM looks to introduce 20 new EVs globally by 2023

North American Palladium shareholders back Implats deal

The R11bn all-cash offer from SA’s Impala Platinum has won overwhelming support from Canada’s palladium miner

WG Wearne sells non-core assets to improve solvency

Consolidated Infrastructure Group has brought the assets, through subsidiary Drift Supersand, for nearly R50m

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UK ruling means Shell does not have to pay $516m in Nigerian oil spill judgment

Thursday’s case originated from a claim brought in 2001 by the Ejama-Ebubu community

Leading BlackRock executive is out due to office relationship

Mark Wiseman, a front-runner to succeed CEO Larry Fink, was ousted on Thursday due to violation of the company work relationship policy

SEKGABO MOLELEKOA: Lewis continues to put profit on the table

The furniture group's strategy to diversify across market segments appears to be bearing fruit

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Glencore faces yet another investigation

The UK Serious Fraud Office has opened an inquiry into suspicions of bribery

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