CHECKOUT COUNTER: Nestlé buys hipster coffee

Fashion house Prada posted disappointing profits, and Aerosoles, purveyor of women’s shoes, has made a Chapter 11 filing

X marks the 10-year spot for Apple’s world-changing phone

Apple has marked the occasion with the launch of three new iPhones, but can the flagship X live up to the hype?

MARC HASENFUSS: A tough new challenge for André van der Veen at HCI’s eMedia

Shareholders will be hoping the new eMedia CEO can replicate his successes at alternative gaming company Niveus

STEPHEN CRANSTON: The thrill of bonds

A good look at the actual risks of these allegedly low-risk instruments is enough to get the adrenaline pumping

A good week for Trevor Noah and a bad week for Aung San Suu Kyi

The SA comedian keeps his seat on The Daily Show, while Myanmar’s leader has gone from hero to villain in the Rohingya crisis

TRENDING: Is the smart money becoming fool’s gold?

When Chinese regulators and Wall Street bankers agree on something, it’s worth taking notice. Bitcoin investors beware

Nine myths about SA’s economy

Poverty, unemployment and inequality in SA, though deep-seated, can be resolved without resort to radical populist policies which are based on untruths about ...

The Herculean task of pulling SA back from the precipice

SA stands on the edge of a political and fiscal cliff, Claire Bisseker argues in her new book. It has averted disaster before — but it will require immense ...

EDITORIAL: Time for KPMG to pay the piper

The partners and staff of the SA unit of KPMG now know only too well what the wages of sin are

ROB ROSE: Resisting taxes — is it moral?

Sars commissioner Tom Moyane’s unbridled attack on KPMG shows that the tax authority doesn’t know what it doesn’t know — and that is ominous, writes Rob Rose

EDITORIAL: Loosening the PIC purse strings

The manager of state employees’ pensions is under attack and its management seems destined to follow the same path as those of Transnet, Denel, SAA and Eskom

KPMG: A reputation in need of repair

After a vague and half-hearted apology, the audit firm faces a backlash from consumers and clients — and a long journey to redemption

SIKONATHI MANTSHANTSHA: Looting the PIC to bankruptcy

Daniel Matjila is fighting to keep his job, and the Public Investment Corporation looks set to go the way of Eskom and SAA

ATTACQ: Going the Reit route could help

Diversifying offshore continues to be a major theme among SA property companies, but timing has proved vital

Springboks have made the wrong kind of history against New Zealand

Somehow, the Boks must fight back, and least give fans a much-improved performance when they next meet their nemesis, at Newlands

Easier to go offshore

The number of options is increasing for investors wanting to move their money abroad, writes Johann Barnard


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KPMG feels curse of the Guptas


At least 21 companies out of about 66 JSE-listed firms which use KPMG South Africa as their auditor confirmed this week that there was an internal review of their relationship with the auditing firm. This followed the damning revelations from its parent company over work done for the Guptas which "fell considerably short of KPMG's standards".

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JAMIE CARR: Comair — A cut above SA Airways

Its results show a return to its proud record of growth, and the fruits of its fleet modernisation

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Though Apple’s new smartphone failed to inspire, the company made the market possible in the first place, writes Toby Shapshak

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