‘Cyril Watch’, compiled by a political risk consultancy, gives Ramaphosa 64% for his first 100 days
Repairing the damage to its reputation may be the biggest battle facing KPMG in the months ahead
A number of former CEO Markus Jooste’s closest friends, including some of SA’s savviest investors, ended up being deceived and losing a lot of money they put ...
Inside what new Steinhoff chair Heather Sonn describes as ‘SA’s Enron’ lurked a scam that had been going on for years under disgraced boss Markus Jooste
Anil Agarwal is a self-made man in the fullest sense, having built three significant businesses
AngloGold Ashanti’s fate depends largely on governments in Tanzania, the DRC and elsewhere in Africa
Can Vedanta the minnow swallow Anglo the whale?
Almost all SA’s major construction groups have fundamentally reviewed their business in recent years
Hostile takeover bid for Murray & Roberts by Aton announces a new reality for local infrastructure companies
Your personal data is what social media uses to target you with advertising, where a single ‘like’ is enough to determine your psychological profile
Facebook creates ‘bright dings of pseudo-pleasure’ says the man who created the social network’s famous ‘like’ button, Justin ...
Welcome to the surveillance state, where Facebook has more power in our lives than repressive regimes do
The new Twin Peaks regulatory regime will cost companies — and by extension, consumers and investors — R6bn/year. Given the FSB’s poor ...
Where short sellers should be called to order is when they pursue a strategy of ‘short and distort’
Numerous disasters have placed the Financial Services Board under an unforgiving spotlight
Industry faces a multitude of challenges, not least pedestrian gross gaming revenue growth
Sun International stands to lose the most from the new casino proposals
Sun International has big debts, thanks mainly to the launch of Time Square