Old Mutual launches SA's first ‘benchmark’ off-grid water project

The group is the first large corporation in SA to move off the council water grid

Barclays puts Brexit plans into action with move of EU assets to Ireland

The British bank says the unit will primarily consist of Barclays corporate, investment and private banking activities

European banks slide on Turkish lira fears

Societe Generale in Russia and Santander in Mexico also see their shares losing ground

No rescue plan for VBS Mutual Bank, says ANC

The ruling party has denied reports of a meeting with the Limpopo leadership to save the bank, and says it is more concerned about the loss suffered by the ...

How Capfin makes it easier for customers to access short-term loans

SPONSORED | The credit provider has developed an online, SMS and in-store loan application function

Lender Deutsche Bank tightens its belt

Among measures, investment bankers at Germany’s largest lender have been told to travel coach class on trains

Investec prepares for audit shift

Investec is the latest company listed on the JSE to register a substantial vote against the reappointment of its auditors

Sassa looks at mobile money option

Alternative disbursement technology widely used in East Africa is being explored by SA’s social grants payment agency

WATCH: What Patrice Motsepe’s ARC plans to do with TymeDigital

African Rainbow Capital co-CEO Johan van der Merwe talks to Business Day TV about acquiring the 90% of rest of TymeDigital is does not already hold

WATCH: The strategy behind turnaround at Nedbank’s Ecobank

Nedbank CEO Mike Brown talks to Business Day TV about the bank’s interim results

WATCH: How the divorce from Barclays weighed on Absa’s earnings

Absa financial director Jason Quinn spoke to Business Day TV about the half-year results and provided some added details to the numbers

ETI's timely recovery boosts Nedbank’s earnings and dividend

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated’s turnaround, after a string of poor results, means Nedbank could soon reverse a R1bn impairment provision

Barclays divorce helps Absa win back lost market share

Absa CEO Maria Ramos points to market-beating growth in new home loans and vehicle and asset finance

Ex-KPMG partner admits only to ‘neglect’ in Gupta audit

The former KPMG partner denies dishonesty and evading taxes by reallocating costs for wedding transaction

Separation fee in Barclays divorce drags down Absa’s interim earnings

CEO Maria Ramos expects the bank’s loan and deposit growth to improve in 2018, with stronger growth in rest of Africa, corporate and investment banking, and ...

AltCoinTrader adds dollar-linked option to drive down SA bitcoin premium

The Johannesburg cryptocurrency exchange says bitcoin tends to trade at a 6%-7% premium in SA

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