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The $100bn listing is great for the continent, but there are a few reasons for would-be investors to manage their enthusiasm
Critics of the proposed law say it is devoid of logic in some of its proposals
Nehawu and PSA serve Sars with a seven-day notice to strike from March 28
Country’s largest property firm wants to avoid a weakening of the net asset value per share
More than 100,000 jobs are under threat over the next three years, with gold and platinum set to be hit hardest
The industry must choose whether to take its chances on exports or concentrate on growing the domestic market
The US president goes on the offensive after Robert Mueller clears him of conspiring with Russia in the 2016 US election
Cooley has overseen a turnaround in Australia’s ODI fortunes
The precinct’s literary heritage is experiencing a revival with pop-up stores and vendor stalls doing roaring trade
Current CEO Martin Kingston will become the executive chair, while Paul Bondi and Giles Douglas have been named the new co-heads
In another development that will inflame shareholders of the investment company, Brait's board has committed to unwinding an underwater incentive scheme to the ...
The New Development Bank awaits regulatory approvals for the local currency bonds
Hodnett will succeed the retiring Neil Surgey as chief risk officer from June 1
Sasfin CEO Michael Sassoon talks to Business Day TV about the company’s interim results
Company grew profit 60% to R80.5m. But the bank's cost-to-income ratio increased to 73.96%.
Other Nordic banks are being implicated in being a central causeway for former Soviet money-launderers to channel their funds into the West
Financial services company headline earnings grow 59.9%
The new CFO has been with the financial services group, which has lost eight top managers in recent months, for more than 16 years
Listings on MSCI and FTSE’s indices set to drive interest
The deal values the payment processor at about $43bn, including debt
Unions and Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office express concern that the joining of Germany’s two largest banks will lead to job losses
Banking group says SA clients value access to UK banking while competition grows as new digital banking players enter the market
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank heed Chancellor Angel Merkel's advice to explore a merger to avoid being swallowed up by a foreign competitor
Johan van Zyl sits on the same board that has to deliberate on proposed deals between Ubuntu-Botho and Sanlam, which raised concerns of potential conflict of ...
A merger has long been the subject of speculation
EY's Ernest van Rooyen spoke to BDTV about the company's latest survey on the banking sector
However, despite a difficult operating environment, the group’s operating profit will probably be ‘ahead of the prior year’
The bank intends to close 91 branches before the end of June, putting about 1,200 jobs at risk
French bank’s investment management arm says it will not put funds into companies that get more than 10% of their revenue from the fossil fuel
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