WATCH: Why Coronation slashed its dividend

Coronation CEO Anton Pillay talks to Business Day TV about the group’s interim results

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The cognitive enterprise: reinventing your company with AI

SPONSORED | IBM’s Think Summit Johannesburg takes place on June 12

Tiger Brands reports lower sales in wake of the listeriosis crisis

Revenue from the group’s processed meats business plunged 79% to R213m

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Sasol’s shares plunge 10.8% on major cost overruns in US

The group has installed a new leadership team to strengthen oversight at the US chemicals unit

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Lewis Group says changes to credit rules are boosting sales

Furniture retailer attributes recent growth to changes in the affordability-assessment regulations

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African Bank takes on rivals in fee war

African bank launched a zero monthly fee account that allows customers to open up to five linked accounts with separate bank cards for their families

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Coronation share price drops to six-week low on weaker earnings

The fund manager cites disappointing investment performance and little growth in the local pension fund industry

Listed property being outplayed by cash as dismal 2018 still haunts sector

No sign of a recovery amid weak consumer demand, lack of investment growth and high debt levels

Bell Equipment meeting was an AGM for ‘two’ companies

Executives see their strategies working; shareholders, not so much

Private equity firms offer $5.8bn for Anbang’s US luxury hotels

Seventeen potential buyers have submitted their bids to Chinese authorities unwinding Anbang

KPMG faces £12.5m fine for faulty BYN Mellon reports

Lawyer says the Financial Reporting Council's proposed ‘gargantuan’ fine is wrong as misconduct involved in the BNY Mellon case was unintentional

Boeing hit with multimillion-dollar suits over Ethiopian Airlines disaster

Two French families are suing the 737 MAX manufacturer, saying the flight shouldn’t have taken off after the earlier Lion Air disaster

Michael Jordaan-backed VALR crypto exchange takes on pioneer Luno

SA’s second cryptocurrency hub is expected to go live on June 11 and will trade in more than 50 digital currencies

JC Penney’s first-quarter net loss doubles as sales fall

The retailer has stopped selling appliances and furniture to focus on clothing, but is worried about Trump’s tarrifs on Chinese goods

British Steel on verge of collapse with 25,000 jobs under threat

UK steel producer wants emergency £30m government loan as administrators could be appointed on Wednesday

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