Stories of note Bytes from the digital world The unreliability of state-owned rail company Transnet has forced Kumba Iron Ore to declare force majeure. Cash Paymaster Services is a gift that keeps on giving to Nasdaq-and JSE-listed Net1 thanks to Social Development Minister Susan Shabangu. For those who have lost track of the never-ending South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) saga, amaBhungane has created a handy timeline. In my opinion Matters of debate Besides being lax in what it allows to list, the JSE is also lax in what it includes in the indices it sells to exchange-traded fund managers, argues Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka. "Wolf in sheeps clothing" (sic) is how Iqbal Surve’s iol.co.za describes Wierzycka in yet another tirade on how unfair it was that the JSE refused to let his Sagarmatha Technologies list, despite his refusal to produce financial statements for Independent Media newer than two years old. Finding alpha The long and the short of the markets The JSE’s new...

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