The patriarch on Macron’s time at Rothschild, almost merging with Lehman — and why he’s inspired by the coach of Les Bleus
The shift by Chinese companies into more sophisticated capital goods has altered trade between China and developed countries, writes Tom Hancock
The president has described Molewa’s death as a "devastating loss"
The ANC secretary-general wants to "relay many other stories" at the state capture inquiry
David Kneale will assume the role of a strategic adviser after stepping down, while Vikesh Ramsunder will take over as CEO from January
The banking system has a gross exposure of R125bn to the agricultural sector, with R41bn of this held by the state-owned Land Bank
Magna Global study predicts online advertising could surpass $100bn for the first time
Questions are being asked about the government’s management of oil sales and earnings
Cheslin Kolbe is ready to step into fullback Willie le Roux’s boots
Repair firm iFixit this week published some of the first detailed teardowns of the new iPhones
The loss-making broadcaster spends about R3bn a year to pay the salaries of just over 3,000 employees
The funds, awarded over two years, ‘aim to elevate voices from local communities and further the development of citizen journalism and community reporting’
The Special Investigating Unit is looking at mismanagement and procurement irregularities, and wants to recoup more than R30m from Hlaudi Motsoeneng
The two commissions will run from June 1 to July 31 and no SABC members will take part so they remain independent
SuperSport is to use legal mediation after Willemse accused Nick Mallett and Naas Botha of patronising him, as discussions seem to have broken down
Johan Retief says more than ever, newsrooms are seeking guidance on the press code and that courses on media ethics are readily available
Some of the board members and executives then refused to testify — in effect getting a luxury holiday on the taxpayer’s tab
A documentary on Winnie Madikizela-Mandela contains claims that 40 journalists collaborated with apartheid officials to discredit the struggle icon
The sale at Kenilworth racecourse is the first auction of horses owned by Mayfair Speculators since Markus Jooste quit as CEO of Steinhoff in December
Police have sent dockets to the NPA for a decision on whether to prosecute officials over the deaths of mentally ill patients.
Mnyanda is currently based in Edinburgh, in the UK, where he has been covering the markets and politics for Bloomberg News
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The Wound will be shown in cinemas from Friday, after the High Court in Pretoria turned down an application by the National House of Traditional Leaders
The communications minister’s policy position is at odds with her predecessor and the ANC’s policy position
An ad about paying your TV licence assumes only men can do this — and all women can do is go to the mall to buy shoes
The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of SA received complaints about language used during the flighting of the #FillUpTheDome concert, in November
But SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the body is unaware of the SABC’s plans to stop radio commentary in the two competitions
The group says it is greatly concerning that the decision may lead to further layoffs of media workers, ‘in a context of shrinking newsrooms across the ...
The SABC has not had a chief operating officer since July 2017, but the board still needs a CEO and chief financial officer
The NGO also says the SABC continues to collect licence fees despite being well aware of its ‘looming insolvency’
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