Chartered accountant uses the power of soccer to uplift Johannesburg youth

SPONSORED | Raymond Ledwaba aims to empower and educate young people through his NPO

Peter Moyo’s legal representative says Old Mutual directors ‘could face jail time’

Further arguments in the case will be heard after the parties have submitted their heads of arguments and responses

Transforming the boardrooms of Namibia’s SOEs is key for long-term growth

SPONSORED | Namibia’s growth prospects have been curtailed by weak investment from SOEs and private sector

WATCH: How Grand Parade returned to profit

Grand Parade CEO Mohsin Tajbhai​ talks to Business Day TV about the group’s full-year results

Brait in talks with Christo Wiese & Co while planning to cut debt

The company says its plans may include refinancing its existing debt, raising equity and dis-investing in certain portfolios

Investec is ready to face SA and Brexit blues, says CEO Fani Titi

Share price of owner of SA’s largest asset manager has its worst drop in more than three years

Motor car dealers come under FIC spotlight

Motor dealerships will be made subject to far more stringent reporting requirements

Venture capital industry is taking off, but will it keep flying?

Proposed cap on tax deductions creates uncertainty over growth in sector

Cavernous New York warehouse preserves huge pop music collection

Recent fires highlight the fragility of the original physical copies of music albums

Mining industry seeks to polish its tarnished reputation

To counter rising criticism, the industry says it wants to adopt standards of good governance

What awaits the tourists hit by Thomas Cook crisis

Embattled tour operator on brink of bankruptcy needs £200m rescue funds

Hammered property stocks poised for a rebound

Investor appetite is seemingly on the mend now that bad news is priced in

Taiwanese businesses look to India as alternative to China

Beijing-Washington trade war pushes companies into newer markets

Big firms say they mean business in pledging to slash emissions

But coalition’s commitment is minuscule relative to climate-change challenge

LafargeHolcim’s Roland van Wijnen becomes PPC boss

The Dutchman’s three-month wait for a work permit is over and he can now lead SA’s largest cement producer

Ryanair UK pilots cancel strikes to allow for more negotiations

The pilots, who are members of union British Airline Pilots Association, announced the strikes after earlier walkouts had little effect

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